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Elephant Jungle Sanctuary experienced by Backpackers

The Elephant Jungle Sanctuary is a place where you can interact with happy elephants in a natural setting. The Elephant Jungle Sanctuary is home to over thirty formerly mistreated elephants, who are now free to enjoy their lives.

“OUR MISSION is to provide as many elephants as possible with the good health, freedom, and happiness they truly deserve. We use our progressive and ethically responsible approach to elephant eco-tourism as a platform to raise awareness and educate people from Thailand and around the world about elephant care and the plight of the Asian elephant.” Get more information here

Also see:  Why Riding an Elephant is My Biggest Travel Regret

1. “Befriended this little elephant, although she probably just wanted the banana. Spent the day feeding, washing and interacting with these rescued elephants! What beautiful, gentle giants they are”  @allexkimp

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2. “Elephant kisses” @alimoses2

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3. “Oh so much love, best bonding experience. Lets care abou the welfare o the elephants in Thailand and around the world. NO RIDING!”  @jenkvieira

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4. “Elephant hug” @yraiasien

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5. “Great time with the gentle giant” @thehoodhippy

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6. “Elephant hug in Chiang Mai” @juwegiel

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7. “Gentle giant” @tuunde

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8. Great times with the giant”

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9. “New buddy at the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary outside Chiang Mai.” @motyelnats

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10. “Elephant Jungle sanctuary taking care of rescued elephants in Chain Mai, Thailand” @matharina

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Also see:  Why Riding an Elephant is My Biggest Travel Regret

 

 

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