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Some of the negative reviews of Eddy Elephants were based on the opportunity to ride the elephants.
I can see where they are coming from but I think that riding the elephants was a fantastic experience. As horses have to be taught to allow riders,...More
I recently went on this tour and since there are such conflicting reviews, decided to also give my input to help other travelers. I think that there is a difference if you book the tour yourself instead of going with a Thai local (your room...More
It was a wonderful day with Eddy and his nice elephants :-)
Eddy the owner is very friendly with you, morning market for buy bananas following meet time and feeding elephants and learn vocabulary, lunch time with local and homemade food, track in forest and...More
This was our second choice. We wanted to visit the Elephant Nature Park but unfortunately it was booked up. After searching for a place that respected the elephants we found Eddys website and thought it looked good. It wasn't!
We were collected from our hotel...More
We went to Eddy's 1 day aventure with elephants om October-2016. Family of 2 adults and 3 kids (10,8,5).
It started with great hosting of Eddy from the moment he picked us up from teh hotel, while we took the elephants food (corn) from Chiang...More
Pretty day with a nice elephants 🐘, Eddy the owner is very friendly with you, morning market for buy bananas 🍌 following meet time and feeding elephants and learn vocabulary, lunch time with local and homemade food, track in forest and river. Very good place...More
Its a great place to enjoy meeting with elephanys and the elephants are respected. You get to ride them bere back and wash them in the water. Tge elephants a re treated well and there is a baby that you can feed if you buy...More
The guides were all so funny and the elephants are treated very well. The only sticks used in the entire trip were used to cut sugar cane for the elephants :) We were picked up first from our hotel at 1:30 exactly (we chose the...More