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Elephant Nature Park

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Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand
+66 53 818 932
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Best day EVER!

This place is just amazing!!!! We spent the day with the elephants, gave them food, learned about... read more

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andretomen
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London, United Kingdom
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Amazing experience!!!

Unforgivable experience!!! We had an amazing day at the Highlights. A, the guide was great and very... read more

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Ro E
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Elephant Nature Park, a unique conservation project set in Chiang Mai Province, Northern Thailand has been in operation since in the 1990's with a goal to provide a sanctuary and elephant rescue center. We have been involved in dozens of rescues and sustain a natural home for this endangered species. Mission: To protect and conserve elephants in a natural environment and to provide a healthy and fruitful life for all those creatures under our care
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand
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+66 53 818 932

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is just amazing!!!! We spent the day with the elephants, gave them food, learned about them, bath them in the river, watched them play and also hang out with the rescued dogs! No animals suffering or in pain, they are all truly happy...More

Thank andretomen
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Unforgivable experience!!! We had an amazing day at the Highlights. A, the guide was great and very helpful. We met the elephants first, then went for a walk with them, had a bath together aswell, feed them... among others. it was fantastic!!!! And also such...More

Thank Ro E
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is an ethically run park with a great one-on-one experience. We booked through the coffee on tour company and were well taken care of. Would recommend at any time.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you are even considering a visit to an elephant sanctuary, then consider no more. Breath taking experience. In a nutshell - elephant interactions, bathing, feeding, and more. For overnight stays - we expected hostel dorms. We got massive, ventilated, rustic rooms with wifi, ensuites...More

Thank Michael S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A highlight of our ENTIRE trip to Thailand. We visited as a part of an anniversary trip (20 and 25 years, respectively), and choose the Pamper A Pachyderm program. We were not disappointed. Sending a day with these magnificent animals was breathtaking, inspiring, and humbling....More

Thank Shannan J
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We booked the saddle off tour Elephant Trails and I am so glad we did. Had the most amazing day feeding, walking and bathing a family of elephants living in a traditional Thai village. The elephants all seemed really happy and well looked after and...More

Thank LoloLaurence89
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If you really care for the welfare of animals, over and above getting that perfect Instagram picture (which everyone should) then Elephant Nature Park is for you! Right from the pickup our guide, Trunk, was great. Full of information about each of the elephants at...More

Thank Chloe W
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Elephant nature park is amazing. The work that they are doing to rescue elephants from the tourist and illegal logging industry is so important. We stayed at the park overnight, and got to go for several walks to meet the elephants at the park. We...More

Thank yc102575
Reviewed 2 days ago

This park was recommended to me and was the most expensive day activity I enjoyed during my whole trip. It was definitely worth it. The park is a refuge for previously enslaved working elephants. They have three different locations where they house the elephants. I...More

1  Thank Angela S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Elephant Nature Park was amazing! They do an excellent job of educating visitors on the abuse elephants (and other animals) suffer at the hands of uneducated tourists. The day time programs were great, the accommodations very nice (was still cool without air conditioning) and the...More

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gwynethc
18 September 2017|
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Response from afite87 | Reviewed this property |
They have a bunch of different packages if you check out their website. I can't recall if I saw a multiday package that included overnight but I did the full single day and it was 2,500 baht which I think is about $75-80... More
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surfbird0713
11 September 2017|
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Response from Chloe_Nahi | Reviewed this property |
Do what you wish but from my experiences this is not a particularly "ethical" establishment. I wouldn't engage with any of their projects again.
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54jonathann
9 September 2017|
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Response from carlottakat | Reviewed this property |
I don't know, you should get in contact with Nature Park directly. Be aware that the Elephants walk free wherever they want, and that there might be dangerous situations with a toddler
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