Well, you have to ride elephants in Thailand, right? Peer partners feel cruel, in fact it is! The elephant elephant was found to be very poor, so hot, so hard to carry people! There are chains on your feet that hurt people's skin. You can't stab them with a knife. Elephants are gentle and not stinky. It's quite fast to pick up and take the hotel back and forth! Feeding an elephant 50 baht for a small basket of bananas costs about 30 RMB! The elephant's performance must have been more pitiful. No more riding in the future
There are few elephant camps in Jiami. There are few elephants in this elephant camp that are inferior to those in Chiang Mai Bangkok. The most pitiful thing is that the elephants here are very hard. We have met an elephant riding by tourists who has been pregnant for nine months. Anyway, animal protection still has a long way to go. But Riding Elephants is a must-punch experience in Thailand. Let's weigh it up.
The first time I rode an elephant slowly through the woods...
Thai people who train elephants provide a wealth of information and explain where elephants were rescued, and they look very gentle to these animals. We rode to feed elephants, spent a lot of time in their care to understand the history of animals, refused to buy ivory products.
Maybe this is the elephant camp for a one-day tour? There are only about five elephants in the camp? The elephant is old, small and small. There is also a pregnant female elephant. In a word, the elephant feels pitiful. Xiao Hei, who rushes to the elephant, also asks for tips. Usually each person gives 20 baht. The friend rides the one that actually needs 100. The Xiao Hei always asks about 100 and 100 in the middle.
It's still very good to take children to experience it. It's worth it!