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Care Pride Elephants: Full-Day Tour Experience
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Care Pride Elephants: Full-Day Tour Experience

By Elephant Pride Sanctuary
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Ages 0-70, max of 12 per group
Duration: 8h
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  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • 3 of thai foods and seasonal fruits
  • drinking water
  • Insurance
  • Entry/Admission - San Kamphaeng
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Start:Multiple pickup locations offered.
    Pickup details
    • Please write hotel name if not in list for pick up. Far from old city 4 Km. ( +400 baht.) And Pick up at 8:15-8:30 Am. Please bring :change clothes t-shirt .towel. flipflops .swimsuit. "Raincoat (raining days)"
    Hotel pickup offered
    During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included hotels.
      End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

        • Not wheelchair accessible
        • Pushchair accessible
        • Infants must sit on laps
        If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 141046P2

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        • Not recommended for travellers with back problems
        • Most travellers can participate
        • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
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        • 1
          8:15-8:30 am Pick up all customer at hotel lobby drive to the south of chiang mai by air condition car to the elephant pride sanctuary at inthanon national park you will learn about an elephants and how to care them in the jungle. know about them personality's how they live in our sanctuary. Elephant pride sanctuary we a small sanctuary our family's local people organize from genaretion to generation.We keep an elephants in jungle our sanctuary land area biger more than 9600 square meters. for our sanctuary keep them live far from road side.In the year 1989, the Thai government announced the cancellation of logging in the prohibited forest area. Which resulted in the closure of the remaining natural forest. that why we can retire and rescue them from hard work rentals jungle and buy grass and corn stover 8 trucks per month average about 150-200 kg. per day please welcome Who love in pride of elephant come to care them. save them.love them.rescue them.your payment it mean Donation to help us support us to keep them have a good life at our sanctuary. Thank you so much elephant pride sanctuary waiting for elephant lover all the world to care .
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        • Elephant Pride Sanctuary
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          Chiang Mai, Thailand
          Joined in May 2018
        • Mobile27239088084
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          Very calm and original day with well treated elephants
          If you want to visit an elephant sanctuary, THIS is the place - the rest is fake tourist places owned and paced by bigger tourist organizations for the money - not the elephants. Go HERE to this family owned place for the whole day and get very close to the elephants and the family who takes care of them for more than 140 years now, through generations. Very original and totally calm day with feeding, jungle walk, mud bathing and washing the elephants in the river. So funny and amazing. Don’t miss it!
          Written 13 January 2024
        • Helena V
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          A fantastic experience with the elephants
          Really good experience, very dedicated personnel, doing what is best for the elephants. We fed the elephants, walked with them in the jungle. Then we had a nice lunch and we gave the elephants a mudbath and scrubbed them and finally bathed with them in the closeby river. It was very interesting and fun with the deepest respect for the animals. The day passed so quickly and we enjoyed it very much. Thanks to the friendly elephant caretakers.
          Written 10 January 2024
        • Meander58336550761
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          An experience I will remember forever!
          The most wonderful and ethical elephant sanctuary ever! These animals are safe, loved and cherished. Interacting with elephants has been a life-long dream of mine and I am so happy to say that it was everything I dreamed it would be and more. See you again, my friends!
          Written 26 December 2023
        • 57clarissal
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          Fulfilling and engaging day well spent!
          Spent the entire day with these elephants and was thoroughly engaged throughout! I liked how we had to follow the elephants’ timing and not the other way round - they spent more time foraging in the jungle so lunch was served a little late, but that shows how important and well-cared for these elephants are! I am 4 months pregnant and found the walk into the jungle manageable. I skipped out on the mud bath and rinsing in the river, but enjoyed my time taking photos of my husband and the elephants. Highly recommend and I think this is one of the most ethical businesses allowing tourists to visit the elephants up close.
          Written 9 December 2023
        • Felicity N
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          The Best Elephant Experience So Far! (:
          We had a great experience connecting with the elephants Bancho, Beepo and Chocho! They were all so sweet and loved their time during their mud bath and rinse later down by the river. The guides were very helpful and perceptive in keeping us safe and supporting anyone who felt less confident around the elephants. Although there was a daily routine for the elephants, it did not feel forced, performative or exploitative. The animals were not made to do anything they did not want and were not forced to follow the speed of humans during our walk in the forest. The event was very intimate as it was a small group and we had lots of time to connect with the elephants. We particularly loved how the guides told us about the nuts in the forest that the elephants love eating. We also had a lovely encounter with a very gentle cow! Thank you again to Elephant Pride Sanctuary and the family for taking care of us. And of course, for rinsing the mud off my face from Bancho's tail! See you next time! (:
          Written 27 October 2023
        • meganhH2701WO
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          The best elephant sanctuary in Chiang Mai!
          An absolutely fantastic day! Chanchai and his family are extremely generous and hospitable, lunch was fantastic and transportation to and from the sanctuary was effortless. Most importantly, Chanchai and his family absolutely adore their family of elephants! It is very clear to see how much they care for these animals! They are completely free to roam around the jungle, it is so amazing to see these giant creatures in their natural habitat. I will recommend Elephant Pride Sanctuary to anyone who is looking for an unforgettable experience in Chiang Mai! Thank you Chanchai and to your human and elephant family!
          Written 27 September 2023
        • magicalmist520
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          Once in a Lifetime Experience!
          BOOK THIS EXCURSION!! It's amazing. On-time pickup from the hotel. It was only myself and my husband on this tour. So we rode in their SUV. The guide spoke great english and explained anything we had questions on and more! This is a family run tour and the elephants have been their family pets for over 65 years! The owners love the elephants like pets and open their home to interact with the elephants. No malpractice. The family is genuinely so kind hearted. The drive to the elephant sanctuary took 1hr and 45 minutes. About halfway through you stop to go to the bathroom and spend 15 minutes at the local market. It is very windey roads going up the mountain so bring dramamine just in case. I didn't need it though. The tour starts with feeding the elephants so they get used to you. Then you go into the mother and baby's pen. After that all the elephants take a short stroll. 200ish feet total. We follow their lead for how long they want to be out on a walk. You can tell they love it. Then we eat lunch prepared by the tour guide's wife. It was very good and filling! Then we changed out of our normal clothes and put on our swim suits to give a mud bath to the elephants. Then we walked to the river where we cleaned the elephants. Tips: You will get dirty. From sitting on the dirt ground or the elephant snot. The short stroll can be done in flip flops but I'd suggest wearing tennis shoes because there's slippery leaves. Then after lunch, no shoes in the mud. Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes in the mud. Then wear water shoes in the river. The mud may not come completely out of your swim suit after washing it. The tour guide takes LOTS of pictures so you really don't need to take your own except for the very end when you're feeding the elephants and want some more "posey" photos. Bring your phone for photos for all parts except the mud bath and river washing. There are bathrooms with toilet paper and showers to rinse off after the river dip. Bring your own towel.
          Written 16 April 2023
        • johncZ4852NW
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          Once a life time experience.
          This was a great trip feeding, washing, and looking after the elephants, we also watched when they went for a swim. Covering the elephants with mud and then washing it of in the pond was out of this world, First class Highly recommended.
          Written 15 March 2023
        • alissaw227
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          Wonderful half day with elephants
          What a wonderful visit!! We got to feed and bathe the elephants and the guides were so knowledgeable and friendly. It felt like a very safe place for the elephants, who are such gorgeous and gentle creatures. There was a newborn elephant, which was incredible to see - so people who visit over the next few weeks/months/years will get to interact with an adorable baby! The drive up the mountain is windy - folks who get carsick should bring medicine etc.
          Written 10 February 2023
        • Leannecah
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          Amazing Experience
          This experience was the highlight of Thailand for myself and my family. Koko and his family treat the animals very well, like family. Initally I was nervous to go I had an unfortunate experience in Sri Lanka with a 'sanctuary' but I was so happy to see there are places dedicated to the ethical treatment of these animals and elephant pride is definitely one of them. We fed the elephants after Koko showed us how. We then walked with them. A delicious lunch was then served. After lunch we did a mud bath and wash of the elephants. At no point were elephants punished or forced to do anything. Thank you so much for this amazing experience.
          Written 26 December 2022
        • Andyali C
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          Memorable experience
          Loved everything. All went supersmooth from the pick up to drop off. Thanks to coco loco and crew for the best experience. Thank you cute beautiful elephants for the most memorable experience. These people love these elephants so much, they are so well taken care of. Cant wait for pics of the babyelephant. Hope to see you soon!
          Written 5 October 2022
        • NartDaungsing
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Best place
          Owner so nice very friendly and him elephat feel very happy and they have local hilltribe shirt for me
          Written 6 September 2022
        • Aljosha
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          One of the best days of our life
          We visited this beautiful elephant sanctuary on our 3 weeks honeymoon trip and it was one of the best experiences we had in Thailand . The elephants are owned by a family and you can see and feel that they are happy and relaxed and part of the family . Two days before we came here , we visited another sanctuary and were 30 people for 4 elephants, it was horrible so that's why we decided to visit the pride family for a good experience where you don't feel guilty afterwards. First of all we experienced the day with only one other visitor , which is the concept of the pride family . Not more then one "tour" per day and also only in small groups. That made the Day so much better, special and private for us . We were picked up by a cousin of the family which was really nice and fun to talk to with good english skills. Then we got to know the elephants and got many Infos about the elephants and the life they life there and fed and spoke to the elephants. It was an amazing start . Afterwards we toured the nearby hills with the elephants and just experienced their day to day life. It was a mesmerizing experience. Afterwards we had tasty food in banana leafs and gave the elephants a mud bath, it was so much fun. Meanwhile the guides took pictures of us all the time , memories you will never forget . The final was a dive in the nearby river where we cleaned the elephants and also ourselves. You can feel the joy of them the whole time and you feel their relaxation and that they are not forced to this activities. The family also is such a joy and so hearty with good english skills and made it also that much beter. We came home with a smile and made memories for a lifetime , i couldn't recommend anything more then doing this day trip to the pride family
          Written 26 August 2022
        • Matiassinco
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          amazing experience
          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.
          Written 7 December 2020
        • Lyn C
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          Best Day Ever
          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.
          Written 28 October 2020
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        AnaNg75
        Paris, France10 contributions
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        I cannot find the words to describe this day !
        This was a very moving experience and I’m very grateful to have spend the day with the family and Dido, Bunchan, Nonie and Dumbo. They take time to aware people on how to respect and love these beautiful and incredible creatures. There is NO riding and they will never force the elephants to do something they don’t want to do.
        We got to enjoy fully the experience without worrying about having a souvenir photo because Coco, our guide, would take pictures for us.
        Thank you again. I will definitely miss the time I spent in this sanctuary.
        Written 31 January 2020
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        Britt J
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        Oct 2022
        We did this for our ten year wedding anniversary and it was AMAZING! Absolutely worth it and such a beautiful day! Highly recommend it if you want to have fun but still support an ethical elephant experience. Coco Loco and his cousin Cherry picked us up from our hotel around 8:30 in a comfortable air conditioned van and the 1.5hr drive to the farm was beautiful and part of the fun! On the way we stopped at a local market for a bathroom break and were able to buy delicious coffee and snacks.
        Like the other reviews said, this is a family operation and the elephants seem to be quite content and well taken care of. This business helps support the local karin family and community who own the elephants without having to use the elephants in logging or other enterprises. The full day is wonderful because you don't feel rushed and also the elephants can do things in their own time. We started by feeding the elephants and then walked through a picturesque rice field to get to the nearby mountain jungle and join the elephants on their daily walk through the forest where they enjoyed scratching themselves on trees and digging up tasty roots to munch on. After that we enjoyed a delicious traditional lunch wrapped in banana leaves and generous servings of fresh fruit-the best pineapple I have ever had.
        After lunch you join the elephants at the mud hole and if you choose (we did) you can go in with them and help bathe them in mud. It's dirty obviously (mud) but it's a blast! The elephants come and go as they choose. The younger elephants stayed in longer and seemed to be really enjoying themselves.
        After the mud wallowing we all walked down to the river and washed off, helping spray the elephants with water as well. It was a really special day with such majestic creatures. Coco Loco, Cherry, and the mahouts were all very helpful and kind, explaining about the elephants and answering our questions. The landscape and scenery there was also very beautiful!
        Considering all the time you can spend with the elephants, the long ride and delicious lunch, as well as all those involved in caring for the elephants and their care, the price is acceptable.
        We already recommended this to our friends who went the next week for their honeymoon and also had an amazing time! It is a wonderful experience that will make a memory for a lifetime!
        Written 20 October 2022
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        Vera
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        Mar 2020
        We had the most amazing day with these gentle animals and the wonderful crew! Starting with the friendly and easy communication ahead of the trip, we already felt like we made the right decision after hours and hours of research. With dozens of available sanctuaries, it can be quite challenging to decide in which one you're going to put your trust. We originally planned to visit Elephant Nature Park (which I'm sure is a good choice as well), however, we decided that we wanted to support a smaller sanctuary in the hope that the elephants would be the main focus of their care and attention rather than the tourists. And we were definitely not disappointed. It really did feel like they view these beautiful animals as members of their own family and the day, filled with multiple feeding sessions and the bathing of the elephants, didn't feel forced. Even though such day trips are obviously made for tourists, I think they are the most ethical way to interact with these animals as of right now. I went with my mum and my brother and we loved our small group consisting of 9 people, since you could feel that everyone cared about the elephants' wellbeing. It was impressive and emotional to take a deep look into the beautiful eyes of these creatures and we will never forget the feeling of them looking back at us. This family really deserves support especially in times like these where the situation in the world makes it hard for everyone to maintain businesses that rely on tourists! Hope to be back one day(:
        Written 30 March 2020
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        Emma O
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        Jan 2020 • Couples
        I would preface this by saying, if you’re currently on the search for an ethical elephant sanctuary, look no further. I don’t think it gets any better than Elephant Pride.

        It was apparent as soon as we were picked up from our hotel that Chanchai and his family are incredibly passionate about what they do. Their family has cared for elephants for four generations (160 years) and it is clear that they live and breathe elephants.

        The sanctuary at present has four elephants, one of whom is pregnant. Included in the four are two adults, one younger male (Dumbo) and a baby (Dido), who delighted everyone with his cheeky personality!

        Because they only allow a maximum of 10 people on a tour, we had plenty of opportunity to spend time with each of the elephants without having to jostle with a crowd of tourists.

        Upon arrival, we were each given a sack of fruit and veggies to hand feed all four elephants. Dido in particular loves bananas! The elephants then took us for a walk through the forest, before we stopped for a lovely lunch prepared by Chanchai’s sister.

        After lunch, we changed into swimwear and had a mud bath with the elephants, followed by a rinse off in the stream. Whatever you do, remember to take swimwear and a towel, as you do not want to miss out on this! There are also showers provided for a proper clean afterward.

        I cannot recommend this Elephant Pride enough. This family truly care about their elephants and are not in it to make a quick buck - you will not see anyone riding the elephants for this reason.

        Thanks again Chanchai and family - we say “see you later”, because it isn’t goodbye!
        Written 28 January 2020
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        JazzieDR
        Chiang Mai, Thailand9 contributions
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        My partner and I had an amazing time with elephant pride sanctuary. Where do I even begin! Firstly i think the most important thing was seeing how well the family treat all the animals that live with them. Everyone we met was super welcoming- honestly felt like visiting family ourselves. The kindest people we have met in Chiang Mai. Along the way, they stopped to pick up and bring home a stray kitten and the family all seemed super caring and happy to have the kitten in their home. I'm still amazed at how genuine, loving and sentimental the family all were and funny too! The elephants! Oh how beautiful they were. You could tell they were happy troopers and they very much enjoyed spending time, eating and getting dirty with us in the mud pool and washing off in the river! Very traditional when you're up there on the family land with beautiful mountain/farm views. Overall the most authentic tour I have ever been on and the most comfortable and fun! It did not feel rushed (on our terms or on the elephants) everything happened smoothly. I highly recommend this tour! We shall see you again the next time we are in Chiang Mai for sure!
        Written 25 February 2020
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        Billiam
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        Just like all the other grand reviews, P Chanchai was not only an amazing guide, but a leader in family. Hospitality is not a job here, it is their nature.

        A family of four elephants: Mama Bunchan (11 months pregnant), 4 year old Dumbo, 12 month old Dido, and Miss Noni, a rescue.

        We did a meet and greet for ice breakers. You get to feed and understand each elephant as an individual. You see the family relations between the care givers and the elephants. After a homemade lunch by the 3rd generation family, the real fun begins!

        A mud bath and a river water rinse reveals your love to them. I recommend you bring some sort of water shoe for walking in the river. No shoes in the mud bath, they will be lost. Nothing is staged aesthetically, everything has a purpose.

        This experience is a memory maker, not an order taker. Research and time was put into finding this beautiful gem. No one will be disappointed in the car ride back. The only downside to it all is you can not take any of the family members home, human or elephant!

        “If you love the elephants, they will love you back.” - P Chanchai
        Written 13 January 2020
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        Malin
        2 contributions
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        Jan 2020 • Friends
        We enjoyed our visit to the sanctuary, meeting the family which includes of course the elephants. Never did I believe leaving this serene place that I would get to know the elephant family so closely within just some hours. You can sense the profound trust between the host family and the animals. Fantastic! Can highly recommend despite the somewhat long drive to get there and back
        Written 12 January 2020
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        Michelle F
        4 contributions
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        Mar 2020 • Couples
        It was a beautiful day!
        In the morning we were picked up at the hotel around 8.00 am. We had the luck to be only three on the tour and were allowed to take care of 4 elephants. We could get to know them, walk with them, feed them and take a bath with them. You can see that the animals have the highest priority here and that they are seen as part of the family! It was especially great that chanchai took photos all the time and then made them available free of charge afterwards. He also told us a lot about elephants on the way there and patiently answered all our questions. It was a great day and we laughed a lot! Not to forget the delicious lunch of Chanchai's sister!
        I can recommend this tour to anyone who cares about the welfare of the animals. It was simply a unique experience to spend time with these wonderful animals!
        Written 28 March 2020
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        Reuben K
        London, UK12 contributions
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        Only having one tour group a day, and a limited number on that tour, you can see the car if the elephants comes first... From a family that love what they do, and love their elephants, you'll be invited into their family, and want to stay a lot longer.

        Its a shame trip advisor doesn't allow you to upload videos... I have an amazing one of baby Dido picking up dust and throwing it over her back, covering me in dust too!

        Go, you'll love it.
        Written 11 February 2020
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        David B
        Manchester, UK5 contributions
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        It really was an amazing experience. It's a family run place of several generations and the staff have grown up with the elephants like brothers and sisters. The elephants are free range in that they have their own forested hill, muddy pools and river to explore. The visit itself involves feeding first , then a walk into the forest with the elephants, then a good scrub in the mud bath and a wash down in the river. You could really tell the elephants were enjoying themselves especially the younger ones who rolled around joyfully in the mud. A home cooked lunch by another family member involved fruit, cooked vegetables, rice and excellent fried chicken was very tasty. Overall the information was interesting and thecare shown to the elephants really shines through! Set in an idyllic mountain valley about 90 minutes from Chiang Mai, the journey is really interesting too passing local Karen people villages. If you only interact with elephants once in your life I don't think it could be better than this !
        Written 27 February 2020
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