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Unfortunately this place is horrible to the elephants. They are all kept in chains and are forced to give rides to tourists. The poor things all looked so restless, swaying violently back and forth. There are plenty of amazing elephant sanctuaries all over Thailand where...More
The sign says "Elephant Village," but don't be confused. This place is not the Hutsadin Elephant Foundation. I rode my scooter to this place and found no elephants. You can see a temple, a human-made pond with lots of big fish and several swans. If...More
We accidentally ended her intending to go to Hutsadin. In 5 minutes I was horrified. Elephants all chained( not in a protecting them) way. Elephant displaying distressed behaviour and to make matters worse we saw the mahout hit the elephant on the head with the...More
I stayed for 10 minutes. Please note that there are no responses to the reviews on here, this tells a story! Please book a trip at WFFT instead as you will learn why placrs like this should be shut down.
Went to go here then saw they do rides so went to the Wildlife friends if Thailand instead they will tell you what elephants go through to be made tame enough for riding on ! Beatings torture and staving
We went with several work friends and really enjoyed the experience! The ride was rough at first but once you get used to it, it’s not so bad. There were two of us strapped to a metal bench on each elephant. The handlers ride on...More
We have actually requested our non speaking driver to take us to the Hutsadin Elephant Foundation but instead we landed at the Elephant Village. So we just have to accept it.
Overall it was a nice experience.