Visiting the Elephant Sanctuary Park in Chiang Mai
- Posted on Friday, 16 November 2018 10:42
- By Zac Erawan
Elephant Jungle Paradise Park is a highly-rated tourist attraction and elephant preserve located in an out-of-the-way location about two hours outside Chiang Mai, Thailand. It is home to a herd of (mostly) tame elephants that visitors can interact with under the close supervision of the elephants’ individual keepers. This can include feeding or playing with them, or even helping the elephants to take a mud bath! The keepers are very knowledgeable about and devoted to the elephants, and this unique bond helps to make for an amazing visitor experience.
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- The Elephant Jungle Paradise Park is one of several elephant reserves where visitors can interact with a herd of elephants.
- Each elephant at the Elephant Jungle Paradise Park has a caretaker assigned, and there is a clear bond between the elephants and their human keepers.
- Visitors can help to feed the elephants, and even help them take a mud bath, in addition to learning about elephant conservation.
“It was hands down one of the best experiences in my life and I want to share this awesome day I had with you.”
Chiang Mai Elephant Jungle Sanctuary website
Read more: https://thethaiger.com/thai-life/visiting-the-elephant-sanctuary-park-in-chiang-mai
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