Maerim Elephant Sanctuary Reviews
ปางช้างแม่ริมเป็นอีกสถานที่ท่องเที่ยวเชิงอนุรักษ์ช้างโดยการเรียนรู้วีธีการดูช้างในแต่ล่ะวันจะมีนักท่องเที่ยวมาสำผัสควาเป็นอยู่ของช้างและควาญช้างโดยจะให้นักท่องดเที่ยวเดินเข้าป่ากับช้างและให้อาหารช้างอ... more »Mae Rim Elephant Camp is another eco-friendly tourist attraction by learning how to look at elephants in the day, and visitors will be able to enjoy the elephant and elephant trekking. Take a picture of the elephant and shoot with an elephant like a ล้ชิดผม, offering visitors to the city of Chiang Mai, let's take a look, you won't be disappointed for the elephants who don't like riding an elephant.
You get to know the elephants from , close and communicate with them. You learn about them a lot, and the most important thing is that you donate for rescue another cute eleohant! more »
We had a great experience at the elephant sanctuary! The elephants seemed very happy and well cared for. Our guides spoke great English and had so much interesting elephant knowledge and fun facts to share. I got the impression that our guides working at the sanctuary truly care about their work and the elephants. Our guides Pong and D were the best! We started the day by feeding the elephants bananas. We changed into blue traditional outfits. A professional photographer took pictures during the day that were available to buy. We walked with the elephants to a field to feed them some more, and then took a mud bath and water bath with the elephants. Touching the elephants was encouraged. It was a very cool experience. At the end, we rinsed off, had a chance to enjoy the “human pool”, and made a DELICIOUS Thai noodle soup. I would highly recommend this sanctuary to others.
There are a lot of elephant tourism experiences in the Chiang Mai area and the main thing that separates the good from the bad is that "sanctuary" usually implies emphasis on the well-being of the elephants the business uses. There is no riding here (don't go to a riding camp), we are able to walk around with the elephants, help feed them and then bath them in a mud bath. It's a pretty wonderful experience and the guides here seem passionate about what they do and love engaging positively with both the huge, majestic creatures, but also with you as a guest on the tour.
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