For our Short 90-Minute Elephant Care Adventure, guests enjoy 3 fantastic activities from our Half-Day Elephant Care Adventure, including meeting and feeding the elephants, the amazing Elephant Jungle Nature Hike, and the therapeutic mud spa.
A superb experience with our rescued elephants, enjoying an educational, fun, and active immersion into the elephants’ daily lives.
We focus on providing love and care to our rescued elephants in a sustainable manner that eliminates stress while providing a real connection and experience to our visitors.
Visitors can combine their Short 90-Minute Elephant Care Adventure visit with breakfast, lunch or an early dinner at our Observation Deck Ban Chang Restaurant Phuket, which is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
We commence the Short 90-Minute Elephant Care Adventure by briefing you on the program, what to expect and safety rules around the elephants. Lockers are available for any valuables, and we provide mosquito spray to ensure your protection and comfort throughout the program. Raincoats and umbrellas are also available in the case of rain.
The first activity is to prepare the elephants’ food, which typically consists of bananas, sugarcane, watermelon, cucumber, and other yummy elephant treats. Did you know that elephants can eat up to 10% of their body weight daily? Elephants have a massive appetite and require a LOT of elephant food!
Next up is one of the biggest highlights of the program, the Elephant Jungle Nature Hike, where you get to walk side-by-side with our huge rescued elephants through our lush jungle trails. A truly amazing experience with our beautiful elephants in their natural and lush jungle surroundings!
The Sand & Mud Spas enable the elephants to protect their sensitive skin against the sun and insects by covering themselves with mud and sand. Watching the elephants rolling around loving life in their surroundings is another highlight of our program.
Our Elephant Shower Platform is where visitors can help wash and clean the elephants after all their fun in the mud. Elephants also drink a lot of water and you can help give them a drink. Just be sure not to get wet with the elephants!