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The transport out is not the most comfortable but I guess you have to remember that you are going in to the jungle/ village areas so roads may not be accessible for tourist busses or vans. The staff are lovely and the experience with feeding...More
First of all, if you’re going to do an elephant experience, please do your research! After lots of reading and debating we chose to meet the gentle giants with Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Chiang Mai. We found them to be reliable and genuine. The elephants seem...More
I went to a different ‘sanctuary’ earlier in the week where I was really disappointed with the treatment of the elephants and so was recommended to come here. I’ve read some really bad reviews about the treatment of elephants here since the elephants apparently needed...More
There were about 8 elephants at the first camp, then we visited a second and third camp where there were another 15 elephants in total. Lunch provided was okay, standard Thai food. We had a mud bath and them washed the elephants down in the...More
The 1.5 hour travel in the back of a 4x4 was uncomfortable. We just did the morning visit so our morning started with a short talk about the elephants and how to behave around them. However, I was hoping to learn a little bit more...More