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Maetaman Elephant Camp, Mae Rim

2.3
#6 of 14 in Parks in Mae Rim
Wildlife Area Nature / Park
Get to know the gentle, intelligent creatures at Maetaman Elephant Camp. This camp lets visitors interact with the elephants while also enjoying a variety of activities. Watch the elephants paint pictures, and once the paint is dry, you can purchase some of the artwork as a souvenir. Learn how paper is made from the fibers in elephant dung, and chat with the caretakers about the animals. Also enjoy ox cart rides and bamboo rafting on site. Put Maetaman Elephant Camp at the forefront of your travel plans using our Mae Rim trip itinerary maker.
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Where to stay in Mae Rim

Stay in varied and, often, remote accommodations in the district of Mae Rim. West of Impplace village, find a cluster of options, including expensive resorts, simple hotels, and economical guesthouses. You can also look for accommodations in the area's other villages, which offer everything from boutique-style guesthouses, to back-to-basics lodgings. For a greater variety, consider the city of Chiang Mai, the main hub of the region.
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  • we took the all in package including of the elephants ride, ox cart, and bamboo raft. I recommend to take all of the activities except you have a tight schedule, you can skip the ox cart, because they...  more »
  • At this camp we were able to do Elephant mountain trek which went through a river, ox cart ride, bamboo raft ride, and a visit to the long neck village. It was a funfilled day. We arrived before the t...  more »
  • This camp doesn't do a good job caring for its animals. They simply use them for tourists to ride on. Overly expensive and although they help with the Karon Long Neck Village, there is nothing to brag...  more »