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What is a Thailand Elephant Sanctuary? And what makes an ethical elephant sanctuary? Take a road trip from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi and visit one of the best elephant sanctuaries in Thailand. See what it is like swimming with elephants, in this elephant jungle sanctuary, and even get up close with a baby elephant.

Today’s Thailand vlog takes you with me as I visit Elephants’ Home and Nature, a place where you can visit elephants but they do not actually consider themselves a sanctuary. In fact, Khun Tong (the owner), speaks very candidly about the topic of elephants in captivity and so-called sanctuaries.

This channel is about adventure and experiencing new things. Your opinion may differ from mine and if so, I’d love to hear about it in the comments. I do know that Khun Tong, Khun Bank, and all other staff here dedicate their lives to the magnificent elephants that they live with.

If you are interested in visiting this place, you can contact Khun Tong directly through their Facebook link here: https://www.facebook.com/elephantshomeandnature/
(Just tell her that you heard about her place on my video and she will take VERY good care of you)

Here is a Google Map Pin so you can easily find Elephants’ Home and Nature: https://goo.gl/maps/k6is5thm3vgS3cYV6

Please share this video with anyone you know who loves elephants!

And as always, the destination is great but the journey is half the fun!
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