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Mekong Elephant Camp, Pakbeng
(4.5/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • We started our trip to Laos by Packbeng and the ballad on an elephant to the Elephant Camp Mekong... Unforgettable...! a moment of pure pleasure... After a stressful year, what more invigorating than this zen walk in the forest, accompanied by real professionals (the mahouts and Thomas). The passion of Thomas is so communicative that we'd rather stay here down! Congratulations again to all the team... do not change anything... just want to come back!
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  • Unforgettable moment in this superb camp of elephant with respect to the animal and the environment! Thank you Thomas for all its interesting explanations! Hoping a birth project leading! Superb discovery, we recommend this camp! At soon the troop! Dany and Camille (November 2015..)
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  • Initially a bit sceptical about this activity we have enrolled it in the program. Well we took because the owner of the hotel and also this camp devoted to elephants has implemented a true eco-tourism project. Thomas, manager of the camp, young Chris is a true lover of nature and elephants. These are treated very well and seem to be sentence harmony with their mahouts. We wandered with a young elephant from 26 years collected by the owner of the camp so he had the trunk severed by its previous owner. Very nice ride in the jungle near the Mekong and the elephant bath. This camp has nothing to do with certain plants to tourists where these poor beasts are used to make money. If you pass by there stop.
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