Maesa Elephant Camp, located in the suburbs of Chiang Mai, is a common day trip for most tour groups. There are nearly a hundred elephants in the camp and the performing elephants have been training since birth. Maesa Elephant Camp offers not only elephant acrobatic performances and painting, but also the opportunity to take a ride on an elephant through the valley. It is an unforgettable way to visit the virgin forest.
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The Masha Elephant Camp is the largest elephant training camp in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The elephants here are professionally trained and can perform a variety of programs to attract many foreign tourists. Every year in mid-March, it is a famous elephant festival in Thailand. Since the local people especially love and respect this seemingly clunky and clever animal, a special festival is held to celebrate the festival.
has an important position in the history and culture of Thailand. It is not only a mount on the battlefield, but also a good helper in engineering. The white elephant is a symbol of the king. In order to train elephant performances, elephants have been trained since childhood. The elephant's food is amazing, eating 180 kilograms of food and 80 liters of water a day.
There are several elephant training camps in Chiang Mai, of which the Mesa Elephant Camp is not only the largest, but also has relatively complete facilities, high visibility and numerous tourists. Nearly a hundred elephants have been raised in the park, and the elephants participating in the performance have been sent to the area since childhood. In the Mesa Elephant Camp, you can not only watch elephants perform acrobatics, paint, but also sit on the back of the elephant and walk along the valley and shuttle through the virgin forest.
Because it is far from the city of Chiang Mai, visitors to the Mesa Elephant Camp usually book half-day or day trips through a hotel or local travel agency, usually including watching elephant shows and elephant rides. Take the ox cart, play bamboo rafting and other items, and provide lunch, and be responsible for the transfer to the hotel. Many people will find travel agency reservations near Tha Pae Gate on the east side of Chiang Mai's ancient city, which is cheaper than booking in the hotel lobby.
At the elephant camp, you can smell the elephant everywhere. There are regular elephant shows every day in the park, 8
The most important thing to do when you come to Thailand is to interact with elephants. There are 3 elephant parks in Chiang Mai, Meiwang, Meisha and Meideng. Among them, Meisha has better services and more exciting performances, especially The jungle is flying, the cost of the eyebrows is very high, and the itinerary is very rich. Meiwang can see the original elephant.
In the elephant camp, you can get close to the elephants, help bathe and feed the elephants, engage in intimate interactions, play with them at zero distance, feel the friendship of the elephants and get an unforgettable experience.
The elephant will live more carefree here, leisurely walking in the jungle, banana garden and creek.
The instructors are very professional in taking pictures, and they will take the initiative to help. Everyone does not have to worry about taking pictures. They are very satisfied with this project and took the initiative to give tips.