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Elephant Nature Park

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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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About Elephant Nature Park
Elephant Nature Park, a unique conservation project set in Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand has been in operation since in the 1990's with a goal to provide a sanctuary and elephant rescue center. We have been involved in dozens of rescues and sustain a natural home for this endangered species. Mission: To protect and conserve elephants in a natural environment and to provide a healthy and fruitful life for all those creatures under our care
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Katherine M wrote a review Jul 5
10 contributions2 helpful votes
We loved visiting here!! Getting to ethically interact with elephants has been a bucket list experience of mine for a while and ENP went above and beyond our expectations. We went to Elephant Delight, one of the Saddle off projects and had the best time. We loved getting to feed, walk with, watch them swim, and interact with the elephants. It was so clear how much care their caretakers used in taking care of them and it felt as close to natural as possible - the elephants were not forced to do anything they didn't want to, and our walk was cut short by them finding a bunch of bamboo and getting distracted haha. Later seeing how unethical other places in Phuket treated their animals (from the road we could see them tied up in small enclosures/being ridden) made this experience even more moving. The work ENP does is the best and I loved supporting such an incredible organization!
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Dominique G wrote a review Jul 1
New York City, New York2 contributions
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ENP is an amazing organization. we had an amazing time with bee learning about each elephants story and observing their personalities. we were welcomed by dogs in wheel chairs, walked by cat kingdom, met some elephants, and played with 14 puppies (a dream come true). we had an amazing vegan buffet lunch and had some free time to walk around. Not to mention ENP is extremely ethical and treats its animals with the up most care. would highly recommend ENP.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Andrea P wrote a review Jun 2022
7 contributions1 helpful vote
Chilli was our tour guide our first and Hit was the second day. The experience was absolutely amazing and just so incredible what this place has been able to do for the abused animals. There is so much love there and I can’t wait to visit again!!
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Mary Lane Porter wrote a review Jun 2022
Ardmore, Oklahoma15 contributions13 helpful votes
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I volunteered with the dogs for 10 days in October 2018, and I did the 2 dayX1 night deal in June 2022 with friends. ENP is 100% my happy place, and is one of the most amazing experiences of my life. It’s staffed by amazing humans, too. Chilli, one of the tour guides, is amazing and truly cares about your experience. If you go to Thailand, you need to visit ENP near Chiang Mai. All proceeds go to saving animals.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Darina O wrote a review Jun 2022
London, United Kingdom5 contributions
This place is incredible. I've just spent 2 days at ENP in different projects, the work they do here is SO important, a place that truly loves, cares and rescues elephants (and other animals) a very special place, where you learn a lot about the terrible fate many Asian elephants face. Watch the founders documentary love and bananas, wonderful woman. Please research before you pick an elephant Park/attraction!!
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Date of experience: June 2022
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