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Visiting the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary, the most ethical elephant sanctuary in Phuket, gives curious visitors a unique opportunity to interact with magnificent elephants in the safety and security of their natural home. Our trained English-speaking guides give visitors insight into the behavior and the personal history of our elephants, while our mahouts help people realize incredible life experiences such as bathing elephants in Phuket or feeding them by hand.
- Admission fee within the program
- Round Trip Transfer
- English speaking guide
- Photography (customer can download photos of their experience through facebook)
- Food for elephants, snacks, tea&coffee and Lunch
Child age 4 to 10 years old will be charge as child rate
Child age 3 years and below will be free of charge
Itinerary: program 3 hours
- Pick up from the hotel
- Meet the elephants and receive information about elephants
- Feed elephants , Mud Spa with elephants and shower with elephants
- Know how to make mulberry paper from Elephant poop and can DIY Poop Paper
- Lunch before saying goodbye to the elephants
What to bring
Hat, Bathing suit, Suncreen, Insect repellent, T- short and Short for mud spa, Towel, Walking shoes and Change of clothes
Tour has 2 times
Morning tour 06:30-7:00 / 10:00
Afternoon tour 11:30-12:00 / 15:00
From our given pickup area point
The policies on face masks and attendee health are:
The policies on sanitization are:
This activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers.
We did the morning half day tour, and were picked up from our hotel in a typical thai style vehicle. The ride was bumpy, but well worth it! You spend lots of one on one time with the elephants, so if that's what you're looking for - this trip is a great choice! We were able to feed them bananas and take photos, rub mud on them, and then splash them with water. We were also served a lunch, and provided with one water bottle.
We booked the half day (afternoon) visit after hearing good reviews. We met the tour guide at their office near the tapae gate and were taken in the pick up truck/songthaew to collect the rest of the group from their hotels. This took quite a while and we actually didn’t end up arriving at the sanctuary around 2pm. (The last hour of the drive is very bumpy and lots of windy roads)
Did the half day tour. Takes about 1.5 hours to drive to the camp. There was 24 people in our group which was a perfect number. You get to feed the elephants (there were 4 in our camp) as many bananas as you want and then you get to give them a mud bath. Staff really care for the elephants and you can see the elephants really like them.
Must visit activity, unforgettable experience, good for friends & family travel. This is our first time visit Chiang Mai. We choose a full day Elephant Tour, not a half day, lets us have more time to enjoy & relax in Elephant Camp. The tour schedule is all fit, We left hotel after breakfast, around 2 hours by car we arrived Elephant Camp. We play around with Elephant, help cleaning the Elephant (shower) and learn how to body check for them. Is a so awesome and amazing. We definitely will visit there again.
Went to this elephant sanctuary with my adult niece on a half day tour. We were picked up in a truck with seats in the back, and drove over an hour to get to the sanctuary. After a small hike we were there. There was a ten minute introduction about the sanctuary and how to behave around the elephants, and who the elephants were. These elephants cane to the sanctuary already domesticated, and saved from a life of hard labour like logging, or from circuses. There is no where else for them to go. The hardest part of their life now is getting fed by tourists! We fed them treats (acorn squash and corn),pet them and took pictures with them. The elephants were free to walk away if they were done, and you could tell there was affection with their handlers and that they had a good life.
I had a half day trip with Elephant Jungle Sanctuary. Tour guides were super nice explaining us how elephants live and the difference between male and female. Food serving in the last part was great.
I have always been a bit apprehensive about going to an elephant "sanctuary" as so many are not ethical and the elephants are not treated properly, however the elephant jungle sanctuary i found had all positive reviews and was cruelty free.
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