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The Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp is a very special place, managed by Tin Win Maw, who has been with the elephant all herife. In this elephant reserve it's all about taking good charge of the elephant so that the visitors can swab, bath and eat these soft mammals. Tin Win Maw is also rehabilitating the area with a protected butterflies area, a reforestation programme and the reuse of ecological residual.
Kein Zirkus - Review of Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp Day Trips, Kalaw, Myanmar
The camp is not similar to the elephant camp in Thailand, where a kind of show is shown to them. In this camp it's about caring for older or handicapped elephant that have become worthless for the work in the jungles that they have been doing for many years. This is where the animals can live their last years in their native environment and receive health treatment when needed.
Guests are restricted per days, but we were the only ones who visited that particular camp, so we had enough free days to give these beautiful creatures enough food and bathing and to ask the camp's kind managers about the camp. Get there well before 3:00 pm, because at this hour the bulls are set free in the forest to sleep free as they should from born.
The Green Valley Elephant Camp is a true eco-tourist destination.
Green Valley gives you the chance to enjoy an afternoons with 7 11 elephant (most of them are pensioned working elephant in need of health care) and to feed and bathe them. They' give you a lot of space to explore the area and see their afforestation projects and parks.
The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. It was a little bit reluctant because of the cost, but how near you can get to the elephant is memorable. The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
While we were concerned about the elephant treatments in Asian warehouses, it is clear that the animals are well cared for here. Elephant are pensioned wooden elephant that used to be state-owned. We had seven bulls in the camp when we left: They have a vast walking area in the woods at noon.
They' re being well cared for and the camp seems to take good charge of their wellbeing. The rating is the personal judgment of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. Have you ever been to Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp day trips?