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Maesa Elephant Camp

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119/9 Tapae Rd. | Mae Sa Subdistrict, Mae Rim 50100, Thailand
+66 53 206 247
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6-Day Northern Thailand Tour: Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai...
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Chiang Mai Adventure: Zipline, Whitewater Rafting, and Long-Neck Hill Tribe
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119/9 Tapae Rd. | Mae Sa Subdistrict, Mae Rim 50100, Thailand
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+66 53 206 247
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Reviewed today via mobile

Despite recent promotions from NGO group to not visit any company that offer elephant rides I personally think it’s all a fiasco created for the newer elephant camp who may not have the skills to train the elephants When humans are exposed to the splendor...More

Thank Ben T
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The elephant show was amazing. We enjoyed the fifteen minutes ride on the elephant. There was a photographer from the camp who took us a photo while we were riding on the elephant. We loved the picture and bought it. After that, we fed the...More

Thank Stuart D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

MAE SA ELEPHANT CAMP CHIANG MAI, THAILAND Elephants are very large powerful animals deserving of our respect and admiration. The elephants at Mae Sa have handlers, called mahouts, who work with them to teach them to interact gently with visitors, and care for the elephants'...More

Thank Lorenanda
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This trip was really Great, and the Elephant show was Magnificent. Riding the bamboo boat is Unique. From my point of view, any one planing to visit Chiangmai must go for it.

Thank Alaa J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

happy elefants - my kids loved the bathing show and the ride....ensure you don't miss the elephant nursery.

1  Thank CaterinaCam
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I assume many people will tell you that if you go to Thailand, then one of the things you must do is to go to an elephant show, go to an elephant ride etc.. Well, at least this is what I was told, so I...More

Thank Itay_Li
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Gorgeous creatures , centre very run down & untidy . Needs a lot of cleaning up & more information on elephants

1  Thank Monique R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Please people search more info before visiting this place.. animals should be free, they are not meant to paint and entertain human beings. there are articles about how violent they are to elephants. no one should have to live like this. You should visit SANCTUARIES...More

1  Thank Elena G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Yes they have lots of elephants. Good elephants show and elephants ride. However there must be a very tough time for the elephants to have such skill. I was told they are using better way to train the animals, not as cruel as last time....More

Thank Jackoism
Reviewed 5 September 2017 via mobile

DO YOUR RESEARCH ONLINE ABOUT THIS PLACE AND ELEPHANTS PAINTING. Why look further into the dark truth about these kinds of places? It's because only after months of tormenting and abusing the elephants are they allowed to paint in front of people. Their 'trainer' (captor)...More

2  Thank Rachel O
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kaboomkelly
10 August 2017|
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Response from Andrea V | Reviewed this property |
The elephants are NOT being abused! On the contrary in my humble view. Trust me. It is a great experience.
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Dhangers
1 August 2017|
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Response from dosumeal | Reviewed this property |
Save yourself the money and go to Elephant Nature Park. These elephants are living as they would in the wild. Not chained all day long!!! I would also say get a private driver. Have a nice trip. suzanne
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agape2000
12 May 2016|
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Response from fcl2929 | Reviewed this property |
Maesa Elephant Camp focus on Elephant as fara as we know. You might have to refer to other areas within Maesa for bamboo rafting and Ox Ride...refer to trip asvisor or local contact ...
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