We take YOU to see the elephants in their natural habitat where you can watch them foraging for food, wallowing in mud and cooling down in beautiful streams and rivers. Our young elephants are VERY playful and our guests delight in watching them trunk wrestle and play.
You can enjoy a camping experience at one of our beautiful base camps and wake to the sounds of wild gibbons echoing through the forest or head back to the village after a day watching the elephants.
We will immerse you in Karen culture where you can learn foraging and cooking skills, watch and then try weaving colorful fabrics and also try basket weaving. Our mahouts are experts at making cups at pots from bamboo and will show you how they forage in the forest and cook incredible meals over the campfire.
The Karen Hill Tribe are generous, friendly and hospitable, but we will still have English speaking guides with us throughout the trip.
We believe that watching elephants living naturally in the forest is the ONLY way tourists should be with captive elephants. We always stand at a safe and respectful distance respecting the elephant’s need for space and dignity.