We alighted our canoes somewhere to proceed with the jungle walk. R., who is from our resort, was our guide. He told us what to do if we encounter a rhinoceros or a bear, although the chances of actually spotting one is very low. The group was fascinated by the numerous termite hills in the jungle, some as high as half the adult human body. We rounded up our jungle walk with a visit to the elephant breeding ground where we saw baby elephants.
The elephant safari ride in the late afternoon was fun. It ran for almost 1.5 hours. It was the most authentic elephant ride I ever had. The ones I experienced in Thailand and India were a bit touristy. The mahout doubles as an animal spotter and we were alerted to a wild boar and a spotted deer, but that was all. It would have been thrilling to see a rhino but that's something no one could guarantee. From the back of the elephant where I was seated, I was able to view another spectacular sunset. There were four to an elephant.
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