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Krabi Elephant House Sanctuary

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Sai Thai, Thailand
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About Krabi Elephant House Sanctuary
Krabi Elephant House Sanctuary, we are a big family live together between elephants and people for 2 generations. We working together and taking care of each other. Here at Krabi elephant house sanctuary, elephants are not just animals, but are ‘family members’. In the past, elephants are not wild animals but they were serve as warriors with the King during the war. In many history of Thai dynasti
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Rita Z wrote a review Jun 2022
Merksem, Belgium42 contributions2 helpful votes
Very kind and hekpfull staff, they heklped my husband driving him around due to his knee surgery this was a lovely surprise. So interesting to be with those great animals nearby washing feeding and enjoy their friendship to us.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Katie D wrote a review May 2022
25 contributions7 helpful votes
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Amazing experience today at the elephant sanctuary. Our guide was absolutely amazing. I can’t remember his name but he mentioned he had only been there for a month. This did not show, he was very knowledgeable and so helpful with all of our questions. The elephants were fantastic and you can tell they were well looked after and free to go off if they wanted to. Never being forced to do anything which is something that was very important to me when looking for an elephant sanctuary to go to in Thailand. The mahouts we’re fantastic keeping us safe at all times. Some of the mahouts live with the elephants and have done for over a decade. It was a real family environment between the staff and the elephants. We got to feed the elephants, go in a mud bath which is amazing for protecting them from the sun and also then go into the river and wash them off. Whilst the elephants had a break we were given complimentary fruits such as watermelon and pineapple. We were then able to feed the rind to the beautiful elephants. An absolutely amazing experience from beginning to end.
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Date of experience: May 2022
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Debbie M wrote a review Feb 2022
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My experience at the Elephant House Santuary was fantastic. Definitely a must-do to see elephants that are retired living their best life. The staff was welcoming, friendly and knowledgeable. They showed their caring and kinship to each elephant, and really knew each individuals personality. There was even a lovely cafe with a truly great cup of coffee.
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Date of experience: February 2022
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Gerardo Viera wrote a review Nov 2021
Bogota, Colombia20 contributions5 helpful votes
Nicest place in Krabi! We took plan A which includes feeding the elephants, mud bath and water bath in the river. It was one of the best experiences ever! Make sure to bring a towel and changing clothes as you will get dirty and wet.
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Date of experience: November 2021
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SONIA G wrote a review May 2021
Phuket, Thailand4880 contributions1663 helpful votes
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Mr. Chad was the one who was by my side at all times, I took a thousand photos and videos with immense patience, he took off his boots to go through the river to take more photos, thanks for that, I went alone and had no one to take me photos to remember my whole life and share with everyone. The very kind Miss Chad cut me some fruits and made me a delicious Tea. I felt like an Eda girl tomorrow surrounded by elephants, bring dirty clothes and fill yourself with mud with them, the good old elephants. It was an unforgettable experience, I wish this sanctuary has a lot of fortune and many people come and make their donations. They treat elephants very, very well, they look very happy. Bravo for that and thank you 🙏🏽
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Date of experience: May 2021
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