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Long-Neck Karen Hill Tribe Tour Including Elephant Ride from Chiang Mai
"After pickup by minivan from your hotel in Chiang Mai embark on a cultural and outdoor adventure through the countryside with your guide. Enjoy a short scenic drive to the Maesa Elephant Camp located just 15 miles (25 km) northwest of Thailand’s northern capital. When you arrive at the camp located in Chiang Mai’s Mae Sa Valley watch a demonstration of Asian elephants at work as they show off skills and move logs through the forest.Learn about the history of Thailand’s elephants – once widely used for transportation and timber logging – and hear about the camp’s breeding an grass and sugarcane grown at the camp and then have the opportunity to climb on the back of one! Enjoy an exciting
From THB3,250.00
 
Doi Suthep National Park Beginner Downhill Bike Ride from Chiang Mai
"One of the most scenic and popular Mountain Bike rides in Chiang Mai your mountain bike adventure kicks off with a transfer from your hotel and a comprehensive safety and bike fit-out briefing. Then you are all set to enjoy a 25 km ride without the traffic.Itinerary: 9.30am: You will be collected from your hotel and after registrations are done embark on the 45 minute drive to the top of Doi Pui Mountain. It is here at the summit of the Doi Suthep National Park you will make the final preparation on your bike take in a thorough safety briefing and then a short test ride to get comfortable with your equipment.Heading off toward the Coffee Plantation
From THB1,550.00
 
2 Hour Traditional Thai Massage in Chiang Mai
"Enjoy 2 hours spa or massage in the heart of the historical part of town in the ""Old City"". Start your spa visit in style with the complimentary pick up service from your hotel (available within Chiang Mai city area). Relax in the lush and tropical surroundings of the spa with ample green spaces and water features while you comfortable clothing will be provided. After your massage the therapist will bring you to our air-conditioned area to enjoy a homemade ginger tea and a light snack. If you wish you can relax at the spa do some shopping at the spa shop for exclusive spa products or souvenirs or visit the adjacent Café. Enjoy a drink or snack in the tropical garden by the pond before the driver transport you back off at your hotel. The driver can drop you at a ma a restaurant or even at the airport. You can safely store your luggage at the spa reception area during your massage and the driver will send you off at the airport after you completed your treatments."
From THB1,200.00

Maesa Elephant Camp and Park Tips (14)

GO TO MAE SA AND SEE THE ELEPHANT CAMP

I decided to visit the Elephant farm at Mae Sa..I booked a car with driver for hire at one of the many travel agents on the main street..I was picked up at the agents office that morning and with a...
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DennyP
Aug 19, 2009

Elephant Painting Display - Maesa Elephant Park

We moved through the camp until we reached the main show ring. We were early and took the opportunity to find seating which did not have sun in out face.There were 5 or 6 elephants painting, it went...
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Mikebb
Dec 24, 2013

Visit the Elephant Painters

This is a highlight for me of my trip . We visited the elephants as part of a tour that cost 650 bht and included the orchid farm . This is well worth it since the admission to the elelphants is...
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easterntrekker
Sep 24, 2006

Maesa Elephant Camp & Park - Excellent Attraction

Upon entering the park we walked past the usual array of souvenir shops, cafes and pathway vendors. Then a short walk along a pathway surrounded by natural vegetation as we made our way to the bridge...
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Mikebb
Dec 23, 2013

Maesa Elephant camp

The elephant camp is close to Chaing Mai, and cares for over 70 elephants and also has a breeding program. The camp itself is located in a beautiful wooded area with a river that the elephants bathe...
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mvtouring
May 11, 2004

Maesa Elephant Camp

Near Nam Tok Mae Sa is the Measa Elephant Camp. It is a nice day trip out of Chang Mai if you want to get away from the city noise as it is located in a nice valley in the forests. They have three...
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iammon
Apr 05, 2008

Enjoy some refreshments after Elefant camp

After the Mesa Elefant camp I recommend you to drive a bit further up the street and have some refreshments at the Pongyang Angdoi Resort where you can enjoy the nice views of the green wilderness...
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iammon
Apr 07, 2009

Elephant Nature Park

About 60km north of Chiang Mai city is the Elephant Nature park, founded in 1996 by Sangduen Chailert (Lek) and her husband, Adam. The park is a sanctuary for elephants and is home for the disabled,...
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smirnofforiginal
Oct 16, 2007

Maesa Elephant Camp

In the lush tropical jungle of Chiang Mai's Maesa Valley , a big family of elephants lives side by side with their mahout caretakers. "Maesa Elephant Camp" is home to one of the largest assembly of...
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Linda_T
Aug 04, 2007

Elephant Nature park

We went to Elephant Nature park for a day, it was amazing experience especially for my son (was the only kid there! parents! is the best place for kids education!) :www.elephantnaturepark.orgIt is sad...
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erikute3534
Dec 31, 2010

The Elephants Want Your Money

These elephants are trained to please you and their expected reward is Thai banknotes.Suddenly their trunk will appear near you, or against your skin. It will startle you and remain until you present...
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Mikebb
Dec 23, 2013

Elephant Conversation Centre

If there is one thing you should do when visiting northern Thailand it is visiting the Elephant Conversation Centre. Located about an hour out of Chiang Mai the centre provides a place for abandoned,...
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slasty
Jun 04, 2005
 
 
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Butterfly and Orchid Farm

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National Museum

This temple is a unique and elegant temple located next door to the Chiang Mai National Museum, about 2km north-west of the old city, along the Superhighway. It was built in 1455 during the reign of...
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Snake Farm

It is hard to imagine snakes being mistreated like this. After all, they are not difficult to take care of. But this place blew my mind in the worst possible way. The snake show was one thing: loud,...
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Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden

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