For 585$ USD, you can sleep with rescued elephants. Low lights and a cup of joe as you walk around with retired elephants, who doesn’t want that?
Well I know I do, and will enjoy going to this sleepover with the elephant’s retreat.
With a total of 60 elephants on-premises, the big bodies of mass used to be working elephants in Thailand. Now, thanks to The Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort in Northern Thailand, these elephants can walk around in peace, without being told what to do.
Freedom to walk without cars or city noise bugging them. These giants can walk on dirt and through plants just as in their native environment.
Noise is at a minimum seeing as the city is no longer the environment these elephants are at. Everyone at Anantara Golden Triangle is in resort mode. Quite and relaxation, besides the occasional elephant noise!
You get to sleep with the stars view the Thai night sky as elephants sleep nearby. These seethrough spaces are called Jungle Bubbles. Restrooms are not transparent. Food and room service is a call away 24/7.
“Championing the natural joy of daily free-roaming time, accompanied by the mahouts and either a vet or biologist, the activity offers insights from scientific experts about how these intelligent creatures think and behave. Guests can observe the elephants’ social interaction in their native habitat. The fun of either a river bath or mud playtime demonstrates just how cheeky these graceful animals can be.”Etienne De Villiers, Anantara’s Cluster Director of Public Relations
Rescued freedom & Hotel luxuries mixed together is a combination that I am glad to see existing. Thailand, get ready for us because here we come.