2 DAYS 1 NIGHT IN OUR BOOKING OF ELEFANTES
In these two days they will do the following:
- Pick-up from their respective Chiang Mai hotels from 7 to 8 a.m. (depends on pick-ups)
- The total journey will be approximately 1.30 h
- They will make a stop at a gas station for those who want to have breakfast, there they will have a bakery, a seven eleven, a coffee room and bathrooms.
- When they arrive at our reserve they will be told about the project and the elephants.
- They will prepare a food supplement (this is to give mineral salts to elephants)
- Feed the elephants
- You will go to see how the elephants bathe themselves (we have two bridges where they can take pictures from very close by)
- They’ll eat a law firm that we’ll have ourselves.
- They will go to observe what elephants do in their natural habitat.
- You will walk to the village of “Huay Khao Lip” where you will see how the people of the mountains live, you will be able to share some experiences with them.
- You will spend the night in a house in the village, where you will have typical food with organic ingredients from the village and rice from the rice paddies of the mountains.
- They’ll have breakfast
- They will make a trek of approximately 4 hours through the spectacular jungle of the mountain, we will pass through fields of rice, bamboo, bananas and other trees.
- They will stop at a beautiful waterfall, where you can enjoy a swim in the middle of nature.
- They will be dropped off at their hotels again from 3 to 4 p.m.
- Pick up and return to their respective hotels
- Entrance to our private reserve
- Food for elephants
- Lunch on Day 1
- Dinner on Day 1
- Breakfast on day 2
- Lunch on Day 2
- Village house for sleeping
- Spanish-speaking guide
- Accident insurance with AXA INSURANCE
- Unlimited waters
- Photos you take through our guide (we put them on Facebook)
- 2 hours walk
- 4 hours trekking
DOES NOT INCLUDE:
- Alcoholic beverages or soft drinks
- Bathroom with elephants
- Pick-up in hotels away from the centre more than 4 km
WHAT TO TAKE:
- The oldest clothes they’ve brought
- Long trousers for trekking
- A thin jacket for night and morning
- Swimsuit on
- Sneakers or trekking shoes
- A towel
- Mosquito repellent