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Rude staff, poor quality performance.
We have been to many elephant camps in Thailand and Laos. This one is lowest on quality standards. So if you have never seen elephants then it’s ok to visit else skip this one
I had reviewed many elephant treks before booking. Booking was made through our hotel and on arriving was shocked to find it was not the place i was expecting but one a little further down the road. I was so saddened by the look of...More
Very sad experience. We knew that these gentle Giants can only transport paying tourists if you break their will and hurt them continuously with iron hooks. But we could not resist to let our young child ride an elephant.
Prices are at a rediscoulos high...More
What a horrible place this is! Was included in our city tour and I have to say it really put a downer on the day! Horrible the way these animals are treated. Young elephant can barely move as chained to a tree and hence exhibiting...More
If you look at my attached picture You can see the baby elephant can’t even stretch as he is chained to a tree.
I had driven past this elephant for twelve days in a row where I noticed this poor thing was locked in a...More
This was the saddest part of our trip. We were bought to this group of tours by our driver & before we knew it we have paid for the monkey show, elephant ride & snake show. They were all things we thought we would enjoy...More
I really didn’t enjoy this part of the city sightseeing tour. The baby elephant, as with the other larger elephants, were chained to the ground with very little to no room for movement. It was horrible. We didn’t ride the elephants.
The guards had what...More
We were out exploring the area today when we stumbled upon this elephant camp. “Camp” being the key word here, this is no safe haven for elephants.
I had read many terrible things about how these poor gentle creatures are treated in Thailand, but I...More