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Elephant Pride Sanctuary

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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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About Elephant Pride Sanctuary
Sanctuary in inthanon national park area 1.30 hr. From Chiang Mai ,Thailand We are Save Keep Caring elephants are retire-rescue ,for us it is not just about the conservation of elephants our family's live side by side with them at here no more some one will riding on them Elephants have an average life of 60-80 years which is very similar to people,so we wish to provide them a comfortable place to live in nature.Our goal is to allow people to experience the amazing elephants while maintaining the honor and pride of these incredible animals. Our pride consists of keep our big family's in jungle keep them far from road side. Trip visit care total time around 5hr. spending time with elephants Picked up in the morning 8.15-8.30am. from hotel in Chiang Mai city and driven to the sanctuary in doi inthanon national park with air condition car. At the end of the day all customers will be returned to hotels at 5.00 pm.
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Care Pride Elephants: Full Day Tour

Get up close and personal with the world’s largest land mammal on a visit to the family-owned Elephant Pride Sanctuary. The elephants here once worked on logging crews to cut down the protected forest, but today they live at leisure. This small-group adventure, limited to just nine travelers, includes a Thai lunch, water, skip-the-line access to the sanctuary, and round-trip transfers from Chiang Mai hotels.
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8 hours
from $95.90

Private Trekking And Elephant Care

we are small elephant sanctuary operated by local people we are keep elephants familys from generation to generation and will keep going on for our elephants familys will have better life we are waiting for every one come to caring them save them support us to keep them your payment for this activity mean same with donation to our sanctuary for keep them thank you so much hopefully to see you soon.
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6 hours 30 minutes
from $121.50
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Tamonwan Ngam wrote a review Dec 2020
Chiang Mai, Thailand9 contributions1 helpful vote
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This is amazing time for my life to know how to really care elephants by ethic. I have met 5 elephants: Mommy Mana, Mommy Lucky, Big Sister Dara, Little girl Mesa and Baby girl Siara they are so lovely, funny and lively. I’m fall in love with them all when I come here and take time with them in just one day by walking to the forest, feeding some food, bathing and body scrubing by sand in little canal with them. It was a wonderful time and memorable experience. Chanchai and Koko are very gentle and nice guys, they take care elephants and their family by truly ethical hearts. I’m so lucky to meet you guys and thank you for your sincerely take care. I think I will come back to see you guys and lovely elephants again.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Matias S wrote a review Dec 2020
Prague, Czech Republic5 contributions
You will hear lot of histories about elephants behavior in their first "natural experience". This sanctuary is the first place where the people teach them how to behave like elephants, is a little bit sad to know what happened to them and how the workers need to teach how to be elephants again, by their own. Some of them were worn under cautevry so is like teaching to a baby that they need to live.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lyn Clements wrote a review Oct 2020
Ipswich, Australia6 contributions1 helpful vote
Had a wonderful time with these gentle and lovable Elephants.Feeding them, walking through the forest, mud bath and a swim made this day awesome.Lunch was so delicious.You really can tell how much Chan Chai and his family truly loves and cares for these 4 Elephants.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Mat H wrote a review Oct 2020
Guernsey, United Kingdom13 contributions3 helpful votes
A really special experience that was a highlight of our trip to Chiang Mai. We were able to get up close with the elephants and really bond with them. Our two young children also gave them a mud bath and washed them in the river. The whole experience was very safe for visitors and elephants alike. You can tell that the elephants are happy and enjoying life. They are obviously very well cared for by the family. We were fortunate to be the only people there and it was a really magical experience.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lyn Clements wrote a review Aug 2020
Ipswich, Australia6 contributions1 helpful vote
The whole day was just amazing i was picked up on time, we stopped at markets on the way, the driver was just so helpfull, arrived and headed down to the Elephants just amazing especially Dido followed by Lunch which was delicious. Then off to do a Mud Bath then off to the stream to wash the Elephants. Will be going back when i can, everyone there was so helpful
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Date of experience: August 2020
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