Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp and Resort in Thailand is offering a luxurious stay in transparent domes located in the wild, named ‘Jungle bubbles’. A major highlight of this experience is that you’ll get to witness and interact with the elephants in their natural habitat.
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The bubbles are designed by Eye in the Sky, an adventure company, with high-tech polyester fabric using exclusive Precontraint Serge Ferrari technology. They offer protection from extreme weather.
Air-conditioning, spacious bedroom and living space, a king bed and seating area under a transparent roof, with enclosed, nontransparent en-suite bathroom are some of the features of this bubble. Bathrobes and slippers, crisp white bed linen, a delectable dinner basket, a fully stocked minibar and 24-hour in-room dining service are some of the amenities provided.
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From the vast range of activities provided, you can select one for each day. Some of our favourites are the Elephant Experience at Dara Camp where you can choose between Elephant Learning Experience or Walking with the Giants and the Golden Triangle Discovery Excursion, a tour of three countries, accompanied by a local guide.
The camp also allows you to do yoga with these gentle giants and to go out for a gourmet picnic with them. For the VIP guests, a special welcoming committee of elephants awaits at the jetty point.
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This 3-day adventure includes 2 nights stay at the hotel room and a night stay in the bubble. Until July 31, the price per night for two people is TBH 12,000 (28,900 INR). Whereas, the regular price for the same is TBH 20,000 (48,200 INR).
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The camp is a home to rescued elephants. You can support their cause by sponsoring an elephant for USD 18,000 (1,348,020 INR) which goes towards food, medical care and general upkeep for a year.

 

 

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