Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Thailand and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Royal Thai and Provincial governments, Elephant Rescue National Park has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Elephant Rescue National Park is an excellent eco-tourism adventure in Chiang Mai. Here, you’ll get to learn all about why elephants play such an important role to the people in Thailand.
They have been used in transportation, farming, weaponry, and even religion for over 5,000 years.
Elephant Rescue National Park, Half & Full Day Tour Price, Chiang Mai
The park is run as a cooperative by Karen hill tribe members as well as locals. Together, they support elephant welfare and give them the best lives possible. Through the help of visitors like you, income is generated, which goes directly to costs involved in providing the elephants with food, elephant rescues, veterinary care, and more. The park is the perfect example of a well-balanced elephant activity: combining animal welfare with a priceless experience for all visitors.
The Elephant Rescue National Park offers two packages. Both the full-day and half-day visits are inclusive of transportation, a local tour guide, drinks and food, traditional Karen hill tribe clothing, and food which you can feed the elephants. Your photos also get to be featured on their Facebook page. Bring along a change of clothes, a swimsuit, walking shoes, sunscreen, towel, sun protection, and sandals for a comfortable visit.
The park is found within the Doi Inthanon National Park in Chiang Mai. Get in touch with them to reserve your bookings in advance.