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What people are saying about Kanchanaburi
What an incredible experience! We started off by washing watermelon and bananas for the elephants, loading them into the Ute and hand feeding the elephants. We then went and chopped down some grass/banana trees for the elephants to feed on, helped give them a mud bath and finished in the water with them giving them a scrub down. Lastly, we helped mush up and hand feed an old 79 year old elephant who was unable to eat as she had no teeth. We finished the morning off with a buffet lunch. The care and dedication the staff show to these animals is evident, and all staff were extremely knowledgeable and funny. I would highly recommend this place if you're looking for a conservationist way to interact and support the elephants.
My partner and I had a beautiful day driving with our amazing guide Angie. All the activities chosen gave us a good sense of Thailand’s history and beautiful natural wonders. We first stopped at the war museum and then saw the death railway that was built during WW2 by the prisoners of war. Angie then recommended us some delicious fruits that we bought from the local food stands. We then travelled an hour to the Erawan waterfalls. Angie walked us down to the first waterfall and then we had two hours to swim and explore the national park. Angie then kindly ordered us our lunch so that it was nice and hot by the time we finished. We had a lovely time with a lovely tour guide and would recommend this experience to everyone!
We thoroughly enjoyed this trip. Our guide Joe was very knowledgeable and approachable, and he helped us order a vegan me at one of the restaurants at the Death Railway station. I would absolutely recommend this tour to anyone interesting in knowing more about the history of the Thai-Burmese railway. I have learnt a lot of facts I was not aware of.
Erawan Falls was absolutely incredible. It took me a little longer to climb because I am not in good shape, but it was so worth it.
It was very good. Both the guide and the driver were very good.