Trip Planner : Asia / Thailand / Prachuap Khiri Khan Province / Hua Hin / Wildlife Areas / Elephant Village
Elephant Village, Hua Hin
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Educational Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Ride elephants across a river and through a jungle with Elephant Village. The ride, which includes a saddle, allows you to bond with the animal while viewing Thailand's wild countryside and authentic villages. Take advantage of the opportunity to pet and feed young elephants, and ask the caretakers about caring for the animals. Make Elephant Village a centerpiece of your Hua Hin vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Hua Hin trip itinerary planner.
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War ein gelungener Ausflug zu den Elefanten. Während dem wir auf dem Elefant sassen, gab der Mahoud dem Tier immer wider die freiheit, das junge Bambus zu fressen. Die Umgangssrt war mit Tier und Mens... read more »Was a successful trip to the elephants. While we sat the on the elephant, the Mahoud gave the animal always reflected the freedom to eat the young bamboo. The Umgangssrt was with animal and human despite rain was always polite and never angry with what is written in other reports.show original
We were looking for hutsadin and was dropped off here. Immediately I felt something was wrong. A lady came over to offer elephant rides. The place is dirty, murky and overpriced. Thanks to my local ca... read more »
Nous avons fait cette attraction car venir en Thaïlande est ne pas voir d'éléphant nous aurais laisser un goût d'inachevé. Il est vrai que le paysage n'est pas à la hauteur mais nous avons apprécié ma... read more »We brought this attraction because in Thailand is not seeing an elephant would have us leave a taste of incompleteness. It is true that the landscape is not the height but enjoyed nevertheless. Strolling about these majestic animals delighted us. Especially during the passage into the river where we saw a beautiful turtle. Actually, when we arrive in the village, poverty brand us, and spend a few hundred baht to buy a little necklace or bracelet did us not disturb. If this can contribute to make them live and so do to sustain their business. Do not hesitate... They do with their means and elephants have looks good. Especially at the end of the promenade, where you can feed them a basket of bananas, at a few baths, Yes once again. But these days, who does things without money. It's their life to these some peasants, if close to the city and these modernities.show original
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