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Namuang Safari Park, Ko Samui

(1.4/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
Explore the beauty of Ko Samui's nature, go for an elephant ride, or see an animal show at Namuang Safari Park. The park features a number of attractions and activities for all tastes and age categories. Both kids and adults have the opportunity to feed and pet the resident animals, while the more adventurous can go on an ATV ride or do some ziplining through the jungle. Delve into the pristine nature and scenic views on a tour of the Na Muang waterfall. In addition to the selection of individual attractions, the park offers full-day and half-day tours that include different combinations of activities as well as transfer from and to your hotel. Note that some visitors have reported inhumane treatment of animals; consider reading the latest reviews before you go. A visit to Namuang Safari Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Lipa Noi vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • We ended up here as part of a 4x4 mountain tour. It was mistakenly booked by my hotel and not the tour I has asked for. When I questioned our tour guide wanting to leave immediately, he was not at all...  more »
  • We discovered the Park while searching on internet. The prices are correct, and contrary to what one might read the elephant ride is free for children. We had three children (5 years, 2 years and 6 months). Very suitable for children who took a lot of pleasure. We arrived late for the shows. Price of the tour: 800bath / adult duration of the ride: 30 min (really hair cell) on-site it y a: quad, photo with Tiger and leopard, hiking on edges of cliffs with Jeep, shooting stand (real weapons). Souvenir shop leaves a lot to desire.
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  • We were taken here by our "taxi for the day" having said we would like to ride an elephant. On arrival at the entrance we were hurriedly asked what we wanted to do and see, to which I said ride an ele...  more »
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  • I just watched a video of the "elephant show". It's unbelievable what "humans" (the word doesn't fit these beasts) are able to do in order to make money. Absolutely cruel!!! No heart, and no fear if God /God's , if any believes....Poor animals are like forever kids who never grow up and need forever care and compassion. If I ever go to this terrible place where animals are treated this way, I'll only go to show these BASTARDS what is to be treated like that. Maybe I'll need a hook as well 😈
  • If there was an option for Zero Stars, that is what I would rate it. Cruelty in front of a crowd.... What happens when the public is not watching. Elephants should NOT be used to do anything for us.
  • I just watched a video of your elephant show and saw the mahout hit the elephant with a bullhook very hard on its head. This is disgustingly cruel and I am so angry right now I will be telling the whole world about this, you can bet your boots on it!! Be prepared because people love elephants and you will not be able to make money in this disgusting way for too much longer. You people make me sick to my stomach. Where do you get off thinking you can treat a beautiful elephant this way????!!!!!! You make me sick!!!!
  • Most horrible thing i've ever seen! Only animal abuse, I actually had to cry when I saw this. It was so sad to see how they treat the elephants and tigers. Please don't support this, i can't believe that this can actually happen. It should be forbidden by law. There are much nicer places for elephant trekking like khao sok or chiang may.
  • We never actually went into the park because we had heard about the way they treated the animals and never wanted to support it. Unfortunate we got to experience this first hand as there are several distressed elephants outside of the park to lure you in. We watched helplessly as a handler used a large hook to discipline a young elephant, the elephant was crying out one of the most sickening experiences I've ever seen!!! IF YOU DONT WANT TO SUPPORT ANIMAL CRUELTY DO NOT GO HERE!!