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Chiang Mai elephant sanctuaries

The best elephant camps in Chiang Mai
Each camp in Chiang Mai have been visited and approved by our team, in order to select only the best camps to have happy visitors and happy elephants! Book now your experience in Chiang Mai!

Thong Elephant Sanctuary

Chiang Mai Duration of the tour at Thong Elephant Sanctuary full-day ฿ 2400 thb/pers.

Elephant Jungle Sanctuary

Chiang Mai Duration of the tour at Elephant Jungle Sanctuary full-day ฿ 2400 ฿ 2290 thb/pers.

Elephant Village Sanctuary

Chiang Mai Duration of the tour at Elephant Village Sanctuary half-day ฿ 1700 thb/pers.

Elephant Jungle Paradise Park

Chiang Mai Duration of the tour at Elephant Jungle Paradise Park full-day ฿ 2400 thb/pers.

Hug Elephant Sanctuary

Chiang Mai Duration of the tour at Hug Elephant Sanctuary full-day ฿ 2500 ฿ 2390 thb/pers.

Capital of the North of the Thailand and located close to the highest mountains of the country, Chiang Mai is a city that is more and more appreciated by visitors for its simplicity and authenticity. Recognized and known for its temples, including Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai is a city where life is good, for a little stay to enjoy a massage and relax. Chiang Mai is also the city that has the largest number of elephants’ sanctuaries.
Chiang Mai means “new city” because it has succeeded to Chiang Rai as the new Capital of Lanna region.
The city is also really famous for trekking, as there's national parks ( the Doi Inthanon Park for example, which is the highest mountain of Thailand ) and because of it's good and fresh weather.

The city of Chiang Mai has been founded in 1296 by the King Mengrai.
It has quickly been fortified by a square wall, all around the city, and the temple named Wat Phra Singh has been built. The defensive wall was to defend against the nearby Burmese armies and some of the Mongol Empire.

The emblem of the city is the stupa of the temple Wat Doi Suthep, with clouds below to represent the moderate mountain climate of the Northern Thailand. As often, there is also a Naga, the mythical snake, who is known as the source of the Ping river.

Chiang Mai has a tropical wet and dry climate. The maximum temperatures ever recorded was 42.4 °C (108.3 °F) in May 2005.

Temples :
Chiang Mai is a city to visit if you like temples ( Wat in thai language ), as we count more than 300 temples here. These include : Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep - the golden temple - , Wat Chiang Man – the oldest temple -, Wat Phra Singh, Wat Chedi Luang...

The city host many festivals. The most famous are:


Chiang Mai is easy to join. It has an International Airport, really close to the old city, several bus stations and a railway station with up to 10 trains per day from Bangkok.