Imagine a serene environment with a lot of greenery and as an added bonus wildlife around you all day round. What is even fascinating is that the wildlife specifically includes elephants rescued from the streets of Thailand. The Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp and Resort in Northern Thailand gives you this beautiful experience through a glass bubble.
The Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp and Resort in Northern Thailand gives their visitors this enchanting experience to see on the first hand basis. The visitors have a chance to wake up right next to the magnificent animals strutting around every day, doing about their normal elephant routines. This stunning resort has a bunch of Jungle Bubbles which are the places where the visitors reside and have a full 360° view of the jungle around them.
The resort has a total of 60 elephants which have been rescued from Thailand’s streets and now live in a very peaceful and free environment there. The elephants are absolutely free to roam around. This also implies that one would see elephants as the first thing in the morning and also the last thing at night before sleeping.
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The bubbles are constructed by the Eye in the Sky company with high-tech polyester fabric, ensuring their integrity over time. The bubbles are pretty spacious as they are spread over 236- square foot. The insides are also very luxurious with a large bedroom with a king size bed. It also includes a living area with seating arrangements and an en-suite bathroom. This makes the chances of anyone bumping into elephants in their quest to go to the washroom at midnight absolutely negligent. The space is pretty spacious and cozy.
Not only are these the benefits of the Eye in the Sky. One doesn’t even have to come out of their bubble as the resort staff delivers the dinner to the bubble itself. The visitors have the privilege to see the sun go down, while they see the elephants strolling around.
The resort also gives you an option to roam around with the Walking With Giants tour, accompanied by either a vet or a biologist. They help them to decipher how the brain of these intelligent mammal work. Etienne De Villiers, Anantara’s cluster director of public relations, further explained the ‘Apartment Therapy’ that guests can observe the elephants’ social interaction in their native habitat. The fun of either a river bath or mud playtime demonstrating to us how cheeky these graceful animals can be.
If you are someone who go totally heart eyed at the sight of elephants, this is definitely your Dreamland.