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A really fun time - definitely not for anyone who is scared of heights

This day was fun. Make sure you take water because they don't supply any. The van was ok, but not as modern as all other transfers we had been in. The driver was nice, not that we talked that much. The process of signing up, the explanation of the rules and the demonstration was good and organised. Our two guides were really funny and made the experience really good. They worked out pretty quickly who would appreciate their humour. The zip lining is not for the faint hearted. Definitely do not do it if you are even slightly scared of heights. The only criticism about the zip lining was at the end when the guides ask for a tip. I paid for a family of 4 so it was a pretty expensive day. We then went down to have lunch (which was terrible) - the worst thai meal we had in our 7 night stay. We could of had time at the zoo (which is included), but we decide to go bank to Bangkok and the driver was very happy to take us.

Exceptional - way exceeded our expectation

Absolutely loved every minute of our day. The car was very comfortable and the guide knowledgable and informative. We enjoyed our visit to the Bridge over the River Kwai and the WW2 cemetery but the highlight of the day was Elephants World. The elephants are so well cared for and in no way exploited for the benefit of tourism. There is s strict no ride policy and we were able to interact with them by participating in their daily routine from preparing food to feeding and then enjoying a mud bath and bathe in the river with them. It was one of the best experiences ever and I will never forget the wonderful hands on moments, from feeding and cuddling the baby and being jostled by her, popping a rice ball in the mouth of a 70 year old and massaging others all over with mud and then washing them down in the river. Wonderful gentle giants and so lovely to witness the mutual love between the elephants and their careers.

This tour redeemed our perception of Bangkok!

It was important for us to choose a tour where the animals were treated fairly and weren’t being exploited. After siphoning through a dozen options we chose Elephant World for the fact that it was a sanctuary for old, abused and rescued elephants. The staff there are so enthusiastic and passionate. Right off the bat we had an amazing buffet lunch. Local dishes with western twists and all fresh. Every leg of the journey provided great photo opportunities. First stop we got to feed a baby calf and her mama. Then we wandered down and had fed a ten year old calf. After that it was time for a mud bath where everyone got dirty! The highlight was washing the elephants off in the river. We left this sanctuary with full hearts! Highly recommend!

Amazing experience with super professionals.

From start to finish, great group of professionals that clearly enjoy what they do. I felt safe and informed about the process, which, make no mistake, can be as dangerous as exhilarating. They made an amazing experience simply fun. You will not believe the views and vistas ... be sure to take several moments to just stop and listen to the sounds, realize where you are...don't rush this memory.

To get so close to the elephants was amazing

Great day, combining 2 great activities was excellent. Visiting the Kwai cemetery and bridge was very special and thought provoking. Then going and spending 3 hours at elephant sanctuary was brilliant. They are so well looked after and they had 2 baby elephants who were so playful and friendly. Just a great experience.