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Dubare Elephant Camp, Kodagu (Coorg)

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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3.5/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
Dubare Elephant Camp allows you observe elephants from up close and learn how they behave in their natural habitat. Besides hitching a ride on one of these noble animals, you can also explore the surrounding forest on foot. Get you walking shoes on, pack enough food and water, and go on a trek through the moist deciduous trees. Many carnivores roam the area, including tigers, leopards, wild dogs, and crocodiles, so keep a watchful eye and take care of your party. To visit Dubare Elephant Camp and other attractions in Kodagu (Coorg), use our Kodagu (Coorg) travel itinerary planner.
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  • its just waste off time,when i went there there are only 3 elephants. those three elephants are also very far away,we couldn't see them properly.the way to dubare is a bit waste off time as we need to...  read more »
  • It was an awesome experience in JLR at Dubare. Kids and family enjoyed the stay and activities which included safari and visit to elephant camp. 
  • The elephant camp at Dubbare houses lot of elephants and is maintained by the Forest department.You will have to take a boat to the camp. The place is open till 12 noon only and hence one need to plan...  read more »
  • Dubare Elephant Camp remains the favorite for many tourists. Nowhere can you get such close to elephants, and touch then, caress them, give a good body bath scrub, and feed food. You can even have a ride atop, go mild River rafting, spend great time with family, with an occasional blood rush adventure. One can see how the elephant capture system -the Kedah works. You need to reach before 8.30 am to experience the elephant bath.
  • Beautiful spot to visit in coorg. Especially the cauvery which we have to cross by walk or by boat to reach dubare elephant camp. Its really beautiful.. We can do elephant feeding, elephant bathing etc after 9 30 am in the morning.
  • I happened to visit this place in March 2016 when there was no administration due to some idiotic reason, all the elephant handlers were running their own show treating the animals with no dignity, they were whipping two baby elephants to stay close to the crowd to make money, there was no proper access way to the camp neither is information that the camp is closed. I am not worried about visitor facilities but the way animals were treated is not good.
  • We didn't go to the elephant camp. We just did rafting. Its a beautiful place but the water is calm so don't go expecting a wild rafting experience. But that also means we get to get down from our boats and swim or just walk on the rocks in the river which is fun. Definitely the top place to visit if you're in madikeri.
  • Very nice experience riding elephant. As everywhere mess, garbage. Highly recommended to cross the water by foot - it is fun and refreshing. Way back use the boat. Elephant riding is till 13:30 only officials, but they extend for extra hour and half.
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