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We booked a half day trip to this camp with ATV experiences through Klook.com(Suggest not to book via this website). It should be pick up between 12:30-1:00 but no show up. We called the agency and was told that missed our booking and no ATV...More
We enjoyed feeding the elephants and following Jo Jo down the trail to the water and watching the three babies swim and enjoy the water. The best part was swimming with Jo Jo and helping to bathe him. After swimming, we were treated to a...More
Spent 3 days here bathing the elephants and feeding them, also taking part in a trek staying in an amazing tree house with a beautiful view. We also went bamboo rafting and swam in the waterfalls nearby. Elephants were treated amazingly, and all looked so...More
Elephants were chained most of the time, we hardly had any interaction with the elephants and were told hardly any information about them even though we paid an absurd amount to be there for a week. However, the management were very good and responded efficiently...More
My experience was a good one, i'm not going to lie, elephants are my favourite animal and so to spend two weeks with them and getting so close was incredible, however, after reading some reviews from those who have been, I'm a little skeptical about...More
Very nice elephant camp out in the national park not the usual touristy elephant show place, this camp is run by the Karen hill tribe people who own the elephants, I am in this area often as I live near and know the people that...More
We had a great time here. We arrived Jet lagged and stayed in the Elephant Room for 4 nights. The staff were really helpful and the food was good. This is not a pure sanctuary. The elephants are protected from having heavy metal frame seats...More