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Joy Elephant Camp

Joy elephant Camp

Where the elephant’s happiness and care comes first!

Unlike too many other elephants in camps here the elephants do not work from sun up too sun down. They only work for 4 hours a day and in the morning normally before the heat of the day. This is for the health of the animals. That also ensures that the time you spend with the elephant is truly enjoyed by you and the elephant which ensures all concerned a great time. Normally you can enjoy an elephant ride through the local jungle and a playful swim with the elephant in the river. So be sure to ready for a experience of pure joy.


After your elephant experience you deside on a dip in the on site natural hot spring pools worth the leveling the wonderful expansive tropical this Garden for. In any case a day at the elephant camp will be a day well spent, so my I recommend to plan to come early and spend as much time with the elephant as possible.
On the property, there is also a small restaurant

The rates are
1 hr 300b./person
1.1/2 hrs 400b./person
2 hrs 500b./person
“minimum 2 people on one elephant”.

On the property, there is also a small restaurant, a garden and a hot springs pool for those that ride the elephants. So make a whole day of it.


Inquiies: Jitty tel.081-881 3923
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88 Joy elephant camp B. phong-ron M. 2 T. Maehi
A. Pai Maehong-son Thailand 58130

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