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Winga Baw Elephant Camp

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Closed Now: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Nice camp with lovely elephants on the way to Golden Rock

I'd been there two times and really enjoyed the elephant show among other elephant shows I have... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
The friendly giants of Myanmar.

I have been to wingabaw elepant camp many times and wrote a review on it last year. Now I want to... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2018
Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
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1 week ago
“Nice camp with lovely elephants on the way to Golden Rock”
15 Apr 2018
“The friendly giants of Myanmar.”
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Hours Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
| Beside Payagyi Bawnatgyi Road, Bago, Myanmar
+95 9 971 444996
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I'd been there two times and really enjoyed the elephant show among other elephant shows I have ever watched because of the intelligent and lovely elephants. Try to get there before 8:15 am and the show starts around 8:30 am. Leave from your hotel in...More

Thank myanmartraveller
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I really enjoyed my interaction with the very friendly elephants,and chatting with the team. There is obviously a balance to be struck between accessibility to visitors and freedom to roam, but the rotation system caters to this, and the elephants seem happy as far as...More

Thank Gilescfm
Reviewed 12 June 2018

This is billed as elephant conservation but felt more to me like elephants for tourists, particularly the performance and riding element which we didn't see. Four adults were chained up on very short chains, with no access to water or food and were grabbing for...More

Thank Bluestringsoup
Reviewed 15 April 2018

I have been to wingabaw elepant camp many times and wrote a review on it last year. Now I want to share newer pictures that I took on my last visit together with 60 young girl orphans to meet the little orphan elephants and the...More

Thank khinmaritime2006
Reviewed 10 February 2018

save the nature and save the elepahnts. Love nature & love elephants. Protecting our local environment, ensuring the well-being the elephants and educating local residents are all key components.

Thank Kay Thwe P
Reviewed 23 January 2018 via mobile

When I first arrived at the camp I was a little bit dismayed when I saw the elephants in their shelters but as we spent time there I realised that all the keepers really cared for and loved the elephants. There were as many workers...More

Thank SurreyMasha
Reviewed 4 September 2017

This camp is now taking care of 8 baby elephants(4 are orphans) and 6 elephants. You can see and also take part of activities like Performances,Riding Elephants, Feeding them, Watching them bathe, Feeding milk to baby Elephants and Taking pictures with them. But they have...More

1  Thank Aung Pyi P
Reviewed 27 July 2017

At this stage, unfortunately, there are practices regarding chains, ropes and performances of the elephants that are not in the animals best interests. Hopefully that will change as this camp gets more people giving feedback about better ways to care for the elephants. These are...More

7  Thank SteveNoakes
Reviewed 17 July 2017

This place is located on the road to Payagyi from Yangon-Mandalay Highway road. Some people visit there on the way road to Kyaikhtiyo pagoda. But if you visit there, you need to notice time of Elephants' activities. Elephants Bath activity - about 7:30 AM Elephant...More

1  Thank hoshibara
Reviewed 1 July 2017

Very sad ... How to say, chains (some Elephants have both front legs chained with 1 feet space between), I am not very emotional but could not avoid to cry... I paid for it, so now I need to do this to feel a little...More

7  Thank ORIOL333
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Response from khinmaritime2006 | Reviewed this property |
These elephants are working elephants but they are out of work becos of the logging band. They are allowed to wander off in turns. If they are chained that is becos they are in "heat" and a male elephant in heat can cause a... More