Elephant Camp

Elephant Camp

lovely place along the Mekong River to ride the grey animals

Location: 

Sang Ha, Laos

Duration: 

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Elephant Camp: decent animal place along the Mekong River
  2. Elephant Riding: sitting like the kings in a wooden seat
  3. Elephant Feeding: these huge animals can eat so much
  4. Journey: just passing by on my way to the Pak Ou Caves
  5. Road Trip: driving through muddy roads with my motorcycle

Image sources

  1. So many elephant trunks
  2. Walking through the Mekong
  3. Preparing the elephant food
  4. Stroking the rough skin
  5. Tourists riding the elephants

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