Every tourist in Thailand must have heard of the famous elephant tours, carried out in the Northern part of the country. However, if someone had told me, that one could participate in an elephant tour in Koh Phangan, I would have probably take it a joke
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Koh Phangan is quite a small island to be occupied by elephants. As usual, my estimation was wrong: soon enough I’ve realized, that Phangan Safari is big enough to accomodate everyone… including huge almost prehistoric elephants.
“Phangan Safari” company organizes the elephant trekking in Koh Phangan. I participated in this unusual activity as a part of the “Eco – Nature Tour”, including trekking in Phaeng Waterfall National Park, visiting the Chinese temple .
Than Sadet Waterfalls, snorkeling, and enjoying the homemade ice cream and a lunch served at one of the most picturesque viewpoints in Koh Phangan. The cost of pleasure was 1,700 baht for each of us– fairly high in comparison to the Koh Phangan standards, but because the package included an elephant tour involved, and a private guide for company, the value is quite worthwhile.
Departure from your Chiang Mai hotel at 7 am. Travel north by private off road vehicle stopping at a busy local produce market. Continuing up into the hills.
The morning segment of the program lets us meet the Elephants and their Mahouts. Taking Elephants down to the river for their morning bath and shower - you may join them!
After being refreshed the serious business of instruction on the ways of the Mahout will be learned and hands -on instruction given. Take a ride on elephant back following forest trails [ 1.5 hrs] returning to the local elephant camp for lunch. rest and relax by the river.
After lunch time travel off road to visit tribal villages and local
Thai farming communities With optional activities of hiking, Bamboo rafting and white water rafting.
Late afternoon we will return to our Elephant friends to continue our Mahout Keeper skills and ways of the elephant with a forest walk. Returning the Elephants back to their resting place for the night. Time to learn of local foods and natural medicines used for Elephant health.
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