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what a relaxing amazing day spent amongst these amazing elephants and working with people passionate about providing care and a safe home for these animals
Thank you Michelle and Ewa and all others involved in this experience of walking and taking the elephants for their...More
Went there after business meetings. What we got from there is that the operators of the elephant rides asked for too much money for 45 mins tour around the ancient ruins.
I feel really sorry for the elephants as some of them are not treated...More
Our guide carried a bullhook from the very beginning and I was curious why. To my surprise, he used it continuously throughout the excursion to hit the elephant. I grew upset and disappointed, which was misread as boredom, and as a result, the elephant got...More
I rode an elephant twice before here, and I should say all experiences are interesting.
But The area where the elephants are going is too small. And yes, I feel the cruelty of the people to elephants here. There is a floating market also nearby...More
First things first, they were using the elephants in a circus type performance area to do tricks and dance to music. If you have a heart or some morals that should be enough to put you off.
We did not ride or pay to see...More
So horrendous to see the elephants so badly treated, chained up, restless, performing. Do not visit if you like elephants at all. If you enjoy torturing animals then you may understand this cruel and vile place. There are much nicer ways to see elephants. DO...More
They beat the crap out of elephants with the pointy sharp hook! Imagine this weapon on your head all the time!
Their staffs are very aggressive and demand tips. I saw staffs were fighting with a tourist and one of the staff uses the weapon...More