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We were appalled by the conditions these elephants were in. Mothers and babies were separated and chained and although they had a roof over them it did not protect them from the sun and 45 C heat. They were all flapping their ears to try...More
If seeing hobbled chained depressed elephants, including young elephants presses your buttons this is the place for you.
What is not immediately obvious is the potential danger here. Wild elephant males visit this place. In fact they are encouraged to do so to mate with...More
I think you have to put this place into context to a degree. The intention is genuine in that they are seeking to increase the population of elephants in the park but I do wander if this is the right way to do it. Chaining...More
We visited the elephant breeding center as part of package from the Jungle Safari Lodge. I'm not sure what to make of this as the elephants are bred to be working animals.
I don't know if they are like dogs and enjoy working. I did...More
This place needs a serious injection of funds. The elephants and babies looked healthy but the place seemed neglected and we were unsure as to how the place functioned. A couple of elephants had both feet tethered. We found that distressing but there must be...More
Should have read reviews before going and we're sad to see all the elephants in chains.
We read the training information boards and we were shocked to learn about the very harsh training conditions. Wouldn't go again. Originally thought I was a sanctuary not a...More
The morning I arrived a baby elephant had been born at 7 p.m. the night before. Also a 3 month old baby that wanted to play with her brother but Momma was not happy about their interaction and kept swinging her head back and forth,...More