Elephant Sanctuary Retirement Park Chiang Mai (Thailand)
A sanctuary for retired elephants, free to roam and graze on the surrounding vegetation. Walk, bathe and feed them. Strict no abuse policy. All welcome.
Elephant Retirement Park (Chiang Mai, Thailand)
Our Story Elephant Retirement Park
The elephant retirement park has been established to create a haven for retired elephants. Formally working in building yards, it is illegal to use elephants for labor. This has drastically altered there function in society .
The camps founder, Adulwit khamya, better known as Noi, has created a sustainable habitat for the elephants to live in a safe and natural environment, free from profiteering and neglect. At the elephant park family units are never separated and herbal medicines are used to keep the animals healthy and enjoy a better quality of life.
The elephant retirement park is proud of its strict policy of its treatment of elephants. There is no riding, chaining for beating of any kind. The sole focus of the ERP is to promote the well being of retired elephants. Visitors and volunteers to the park can expect an enjoyable and rewarding experience working with the local Mahout people to care for these majestic symbols of strength and peace.View Detail
Join our cause! Make a donation to help us care for our elephants. Our aim is to dopt elephants, build a clinic, develop the Village's agriculture. Be part of it. Detailed information on our website. www.elephantretirementpark.com
Half Day Elephant Care MorningPrice:
Half Day Elephant Care Morning - Elephant Retirement Park
Promotion Booking Advance Half Day Tour Included Dorm Room. Dorm room per night stay in the evening go to the park and check out in the morning. The Elephant Retirement Park offers a rare oportunity to spend a half day with these majestic animals. You will witness their behavior in their natural habitat a long with having an up close and personal experience. Pick up time - 07.00 am. - 07.30 am. : Pick up from hotel/guesthouse (1 hour drive to the park). - 08.30 am. : Introduction. When we arrive at the park we will give you information about the Elephant Retirement Park and activites. - 09.00 am. : Meet and greet the elephants....
One Day TourPrice:
One Day Tour - Elephant Retirement Park
Promotion Booking Advance One Day Tour Included Dorm Room. Dorm room per night stay in the evening go to the park and check out in the morning. 08.30 am. - 09.00 am. : Pick up from your hotel. Drive for one hour through Mae Tang agricultural countryside. When you arrive at park, we will give an introduction about our park and the elephants. After the introduction, we meet and treat the elephants. Feed them fresh fruit and sugar cane and relax in their company. 12.00 pm. - 13.00 pm. : Time for lunch, a traditional thai buffet, which is suitable for vegagetarians. After lunch we supply you with shorts and t-shirts for mud spa and show...
Two day one nightPrice:
Two day one night - Elephant Retirement Park
Promotion Booking Two Day Tour Free Learning Thai Cuisine Day 1 : Follow one day tour programe. In the evening learn how to prepare and administer Thai herbal medicine. Watch the sunset around the campfire and enjoy a traditional Thai BBQ. Spend the night in our accommodation lodgings. Day 2 : Be a real Mahout 09.00 am. Breakfast. Walk with the elephants to our camp for their morning drink. Back at the camp study how to harvest grass. teak tree leaves, bark and bamboo, while the elephants roams. 12.00 pm. - 13.00 pm. lunch, You will have time relax or walk around the camp. After lunch walk the elephants down to the bathing area for play time. Wash and ...
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Volunteering and Home stay - Elephant Retirement Park
This is rare opportunity to live and work closely with elehants. Your will be able to build a relationship and get a better insight into their long term upkeep. You will stay in the elephants home in their natural jungle habitat, an hours drive from Chiang Mai square. The Elephant Retirement Park involves it's volunteers in all aspects of elephant care including, practical instruction in how to harves grass, bamboo, and corn, how to feed the elephants, make and use herbal medicine and help maintain upkeep of the camp. You will also learn ho to become a true Mahout elephant carer. Include: - Accommodation - Mosquito net - Meals and hot drinks ...
Half Day Elephant Care AfternoonPrice:
Half Day Elephant Care Afternoon - Elephant Retirement Park
The Elephant Retirement Park offers our new opportunity to spend a half day tour afternoon.with these majestic animals. You will witness their behavior their natural habitat a long with having an up close and personal experience. PICK UP TIME 12.00-12.30 PM. Pick up from you hotel or guesthouse (1 hour drive to the park) 13.30 PM. Introduction when we arrive at the park we will give you information about The Elephant Retirement Park and activities. 14.00 PM. Meet our an elephants, feed the elephants and enjoy taking photos with being in there company. Observe how we treat and apply herbal medicine. 16.00-17.00 PM. Arrive back to Chia...
PAI District, HALF DAY MORNING TOURPrice:
PAI District, HALF DAY MORNING TOUR - Elephant Retirement Park
09.00 am. - 09.30 am. Pick up from your hotel 10.00 am. After we will arrive at the park, the guide will give an introduction about Elephant Retirement Park and observe how we treat and apply herbal medicine to our sick elephant. 10.30 am. After that, Prepare the food for feeding the elephant (fresh fruit, sugar cane etc.) and enjoy to feeding the elephant. After that, play mud spa and bathing with elephant at elephant pool. 12.00 pm. - 13.00 pm.: Back to PAI city. Include: - Transportation - Experience...
PAI District, HALF DAY AFTERNOON TOURPrice:
PAI District, HALF DAY AFTERNOON TOUR - Elephant Retirement Park
12.30 am. - 13.00 am. Pick up from your hotel 13.30 am. After we will arrive at the park, the guide will give an introduction about Elephant Retirement Park and observe how we treat and apply herbal medicine to our sick elephant. 14.00 am. After that, Prepare the food for feeding the elephant (fresh fruit, sugar cane etc.) and enjoy to feeding the elephant. After that, play mud spa and bathing with elephant at elephant pool. 15.30 pm.: Back to PAI city. Include: - Transportation - Experienced English sp...
TREKKING PROGRAM - Elephant Retirement Park
Day 1 08.30-09.00 A.M. You will be picked up by truck from your hotel/guesthouse. After 45 minutes, drive to the market we will stop there for fresh supplies. Then we will go to Huay Som Sook community. (1 hour drive) Where we will have lunch, relax, learn about community and start trekking from there. We will trek about two hours. During trekking we will enjoy with beautiful scenery and learn about plants, insects, tree and forest. We will arrive at the waterfall camp about 04.00-5.00 P.M. And we will overnight there. Day 2 08.00 A.M. We will have breakfast. Then pack our belongings and be ready to leave from the camp. We will trek about 45 minutes to Elephant Reti...
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The elephant retirement park
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