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Baan Chang Elephant Park is a unique, small Thai family-run Eco-Park with 100% Thai owner, not a chain or part of a large tourist organization. We are dedicated to providing our elephants with the highest quality-of-life possible. We will not...more
Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
147/1 Rachadamnoen Rd | Muang, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
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I didn’t know any better at the time and I’m ashamed of what I did.
Elephants are not meant to be ridden, and I did. They’re also locked up in chains for most of the day. Workers use bull hooks, and they are forced into...More
Wonderful time for the family!! Two days out in the hills with the Elephants was an amazing experience. The team looked after us really well, starting with feeding the elephants lunch (after chopping up the sugar cane) then making some sticky rice balls. A short...More
The majority of people continue to ride the elephants!
Although the animals are well treated and well fed, in this park the animals continue to be assembled!
It is unbelievable how, in the light of current knowledge, tourists can continue to want to ride animals...More
Was recommended by the concierge in the Chiang Mai Shangri La - told me that is was one of the least expensive, one of the closest in terms of access and consistently got positive reviews by Shangri La customers. After taking the family (3 kids...More
When we knew we were going to Chiang Mai we specifically looked for activities relating to being with elephants. Checked out a number of elephant parks and activities around the area and decided on Baanchang Park because of the interaction we were going to be...More
I loved this park, one of my favorite experiences in Thailand. They work and function by donations, they care about the elephants, they rescue abused elephants. They have on man per elephant every day all day. They give them food, medicine and even take care...More
My husband and I are on our honeymoon, and I wanted to make sure we visited an elephant sanctuary where the elephants were treated properly. After much research I narrowed it down to Baanchang and Pattara (a bit more pricey) so we went with Baanchang...More
We visited Baanchang with our kids (14, 11 and 8) during our trip to Chiang Mai. We had been there seven years ago without he kids and specifically returned to Thailand just to go to Baanchang.
Our host, Sumit, was the same host from our...More
They have 47 elephants, including 4 young ones in 2018. Another baby is due in 2019. Taz was a great guide. Request him if you can. They give you a pair of pants and tunic when you arrive and you put your clothes and valuables...More
Hi there, We have booked the tour few days before we went and we didn't get the email confirmation either. I just popped into their office the day before the tour was booked (the office is located in central so easy to find... More
Hi there, We have booked the tour few days before we went and we didn't get the email confirmation either. I just popped into their office the day before the tour was booked (the office is located in central so easy to find) and asked if we are on the tour or not. Our name was on it and everything was fine. You might get an email in a couple of days but I wouldn't worry much.