Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Paradise Park
Elephants have been a symbol of Thailand since ancient times and recognized as a national identity. 700 years ago, kings of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar use elephants as a vehicle in the battle fields to defend territorial areas in order to protect their lands for their people. Nowadays, a number of elephants in Thailand have been dramatically decreasing because of the civilization that destroys their habitation. Therefore, when the environmental system in the forests has been ruined, in addition to deforestations can lead to harmful consequences for the elephants.
For the reason that elephants are massive animal that need to eat 250 kilograms a day, their food sources and water resources are rarely to be found. From these problems, we see the possible threats that would happen to the elephants in future. Thus, we have to conserve and maintain them as a national identity. Hereafter, we would arrange the natural habitats for elephants to live happily and protect them from overworking and animal abuse. Plus, we would promote the habitats as a learning center for tourists to undergo authentic and nearby experiences with the elephants.
Pick-up time: 06:30 - 07:00 am.
from your hotel or accommodation.
- Arrive at the Jungle.
- Meet and Feed the Elephants.
- Take a mud bath with the Elephants
- Walk with the Elephants to the waterfall.
- Bath and brush the Elephants, swim in the river and waterfall.
- Coffee break and fruits.
11.30 am Depart the Elephant Camp and return to Chiang Mai.
price is 1,700 B./ 1 person ( Join Group ).
08:00 - 08:30 am. Pick up from your hotel/ accommodation.
08:30 am Proceed to the Elephant Jungle Paradise Park, which is located in the South of Chiang Mai.
10:00 am Arrive at the Karen village (The Elephant village camp) Meet your guide and change into traditional Karen clothes.
10:30 am Meet the Elephants. Feed, interact, play with the Elephants in the jungle, and learn how to command, including Elephant's behavior and history.
12:00 am Enjoy delicious lunch with traditional Thai Food and fresh fruit.
13:00 pm Learn and practice how to make organic herbal medicines for elephants.
13:30 pm Take a mud bath with the Elephants. Wakl with the Elephants to the waterfall.
14:00 pm Bath and brush the Elephants. Swim in the river and take photos with the Elephants.
15:30 pm Change clothes
16:00 pm Depart the Elephant Park and return to Chiang Mai.
17:00 - 17:30 pm Drop off at your hotel or accommodation.
Price is 2,400.-B/1 person. ( Join Group )