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Destinations where you can see elephants in their natural habitat

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Meeting with an elephant may be a new experience, thrilling and exciting. If you want to enter fascinates and elephants in their natural habitat and study them closely, we suggest some ideal destinations to be part of such a unique experience.

Chobe National Park, Botswana

With a population of over 70,000 elephants, Chobe is among the favorite destinations of those who admire these animals. Here you will frequently hear the sounds they put the elephants and you can see them in large groups.

Hongsa, Laos

Situated on a plain surrounded by wooded mountains, the city Hongsa is very little touched by modern life. For Laos, once called "instead of a million elephants" Hongsa is a city known for tourism due to the large number of visitors who come specifically to see the elephants.

Hongsa elephants are domesticated and most people here own such an animal, which they use to show tourists around.

Selous, Tanzania

In Selous, elephants escort tourists who want to walk around town in the shadow of a mini tent mounted on elephant back. Many of these animals are tamed and is an important piece of city tourism.

Tsavo National Park, Kenya

If you have never seen a red elephant, but you want, Tsavo National Park in Kenya is the perfect destination for you. Elephants were not born that way, but have red skin that loves to play and get dirty with dust that has a rusty hue.

The population of elephants in Kenya is about 36,000 and about a third of it lives in Tsavo. Thus, it is impossible not to see at least one group of elephants by visiting this national park.

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Thailand has a reputation in terms of taming elephants. Tourists are walking with elephants and bravest may choose to conduct themselves elephant after learn the simple commands that you listen to the animal without problems.