It is said that it is an elephant protection organization. It can watch elephant shows, feed elephants and ride elephants. Children have a lot of fun. There are some promotions in the activities. It's good to be free from compulsion. Elephants are actually gentle animals, hoping to be protected by humans.
Patong Jungle Elephant Tour. Walking along the coastal mountain road and looking at the sea scenery, at first I was a little scared and very high, but after 30 seconds I was not afraid. It was fun. Uphill and downhill. My trainer was very good. He asked me to pose to take a lot of pictures for me. He was in a good mood and tipped me 100 plants.
Very interesting places, pick-up trucks, elephant riding is a wonderful experience, children can ride on the neck of elephants, elephant husband will promote ivory products, buy less can let him help you take photos, the process is about an hour, you can buy bananas to feed elephants, very interesting, children like.
As the title says, it's fun to ride elephants. There are no signs of animal abuse. We saw elephants living in places where monkeys were kept for performances, and these monkeys were kept in small cages. The best time to go to the elephant camp at sea view is to see the sunset in the evening.
There are a lot of elephants here for tourists to ride, there are also some elephants can perform, and it is a very worthwhile place to go. After all, when you come to Thailand, you still have to experience riding elephants, because this is near the sea, the terrain is relatively high, so when you ride, you can see the distant sea.
He buys a lot of bananas to feed him, but he still stops deliberately or trembles on the edge when climbing the hill.
When you come to Thailand, you must come here to feel the local people's local customs and relatives, especially riding elephants. What's more, you can buy some food here. You can't eat little. You can feed elephants, keep close contact with elephants, take photos with elephants, and leave a good memory.
It's too cruel for elephants. If no one goes to elephants, they will return to nature.