You asked: Where is the largest elephant hospital in Thailand?

Do they have a hospital for elephants in Thailand?

The world’s first elephant hospital opened in Thailand in 1993. Since then it has treated about 4,000 elephants for a variety of ailments from diarrhoea to cataracts and even cancer. Other elephants arrive at the hospital with serious injuries from knives or gunshot wounds.

Who pays for the elephant hospital in Thailand?

Since the hospital’s construction in 2010, Elephant Hills has supported the hospital’s limited resources with funds from our Elephant Hills Elephant Project, mainly donations given by guests and taken from our own revenue.

In what part of Thailand is the elephant camp?

The day you’ve all been waiting for! It’s time to visit our first Elephant Sanctuary in Petchaburi! Spend the day learning all about rescued elephants and their stories – this is such an eye-opening and sometimes emotional experience, but you’re bound to leave loving these friendly gentle giants as much as we do!

Where can I watch the Elephant Hospital?

Watch Elephant Hospital – Season 1 | Prime Video.

Are elephant sanctuaries in Thailand ethical?

Sadly, there are many unethical elephant sanctuaries in Thailand. These organisations often promote themselves as being ‘ethical’, but in reality they are not. Tourists who visit the unethical elephant sanctuaries in Thailand are unknowingly contributing to these poor animals’ pain and hurt.

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Does riding elephants hurt them?

You might see many articles that say riding elephants does not hurt the elephants. However, this is false. Many of the riding elephants we have rescued have spine problems and terrible wounds on their backs from carrying heavy loads.