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Namuang Safari Park, Ko Samui

Categories: Theme Parks, Zoos & Aquariums, Water & Amusement Parks, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities, Tours
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1.5/5 based on 440+ 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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  • It's an excursion that frankly I would have avoided making, the place is very dirty, the animals are very exploited, then we also visited the falls that are special, frankly I wasn't for nothing pleased.
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  • סתם יום מיותר, חבל על הכסף. תחילה לקחו אותנו לראות בודהה-נחמד. לאחר מכן נסענו אל הפסלים של סבר וסבתא-מיותר, אין מה לראות באמת חות מכמה סלעים. לאחר מכן המשכנו להופעות פילים, קוף, תנין- מתאים למשפחות עם...  read more »
  • I visited this place in May so better to go when the weather is cloudy otherwise it's too hot and no way to enjoy the animals and nature view. We went there ourselves without any special touristic tou...  read more »
  • I will never do another of these again!!! The poor elephants are chained by the feet and are unable to move around freely. Brought me to tears seeing the sharp pick being used to control them if they 'bisbehave'. There is an elephant sanctuary in koh samui, id go there next time. I couldnt even take a selfie/picture at all. The waterfall is so not worth it either
  • As per previous reviews...Elephants chained up, forced to perform for tourists. Monkey "show" was a poor monkey chained to climb a coconut tree. Also crocodile show is bad looks like the cross have been drugged so they won't bit the head off the human "entertainer". Absolute joke the hotels should NOT be selling this trip
  • I can honestly say this was the worst animal park I have ever visited. It felt more like a concentration camp for the poor animals. The animals are kept in small concrete/metal cages - tigers seen chewing on cables that they had pulled into there cage. The elephants looked to be an awful state, uncared for and mistreated. It broke my heart to see animals treated in this manor, and made me feel ashamed to be a human being, unable to help these beautiful creature's. Don't go, don't support this awful side of tourism in thailand. Don't give your money to see animals mistreated....
  • look, im not an activist. im pretty "bro" by most standards. but this was fucked. the elephants stand chained in their own filth. the noises they make are awful. tourists show up like "wow elephants." and take selfies. i just couldent. the waterfall is not worth it. seriously. some folks swimming, but there were bags of chips floating in the water. im not just exaggerating out of spite here. this is honest. please, do not come here.
  • The elephants that are not walking have one leg chained to the ground so they cannot take a single step. They were shaking their heads from side to side continuously in obvious distress. The elephants who could move seemed just as miserable. Please do not support this abusive business. The tour also included trained (chained) monkeys. They're leads were longer then the elephant's but only a few feet. One monkey runs up a tree and twists off coconuts. As we were leaving, we saw the guy hoisting the same coconuts back up. As far as I could, the monkeys live on a 5 foot teather. I regret having supported either of these activities.
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