Elephant Village

Currently Closed
  • Address: 48/120 Moo7, Muang Pattaya, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand
  • Timings: 10:30 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +66-38249818
  • Ticket Price: 1600 THB
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Safari, Wildlife Safari, Entertainment, Family And Kids

Elephant Village - Review

The Pattaya Elephant Village is a great place to interact with these funny animals. The elephants are extremely well trained and domesticated. They put up a grand show with the animals doing awesome tricks, stunts and being very cute in general.

You can choose to just watch the show or take an elephant safari. It is an amazing experience to travel with these majestic beasts, to really feel their strength and to observe their habits. There is also a “silk house” in the same premises where you can see handicrafts being made or even buy souvenirs to take home. If you take one of the more elaborate tours, they also serve a scrumptious buffet meal to satisfy the foodie in you.

The elephant village is a wonderful place for these elephants to stay in. Animals who have been working in circuses and events find a wonderful refuge in this sanctuary. In a way it is like a retirement home for the elephants. The volunteers and employees are able to pay for the upkeep of these elephants with the revenue that the tourism generates. So it is nice to know that while you are being entertained you are also helping a good cause.

Fix a date with elephants when you visit the Elephant Village in Pattaya. The Elephant Village is one of the most popular places in the city and is a great place to embrace the nature. The best way to explore the Mamba Village Center is by buying the Elephant Village tickets from the ticket counter. If you want to avoid the line, then you can book the Elephant Village tickets, well in advance. You can also book the Elephant Village tour tickets to get a guided tour of the village and have a gala time!

Elephant Village Ticket Prices

  • ATV Tour (1 hour): 1500 baht
  • ATV Tour (2 hours): 4500 baht
  • Combination Trekking: 2000 baht
  • One Hour Elephant Trekking: 1200 baht
  • One Hour Elephant Trekking: 1600 THB
  • Combination Trekking: 2600 THB

How To reach Elephant Village by Public Transport

  • Pick up and drop is provided by the village if requested.
  • Hire a taxi.
  • You can also rent a motorcycle or a moped.

Restaurants Near Elephant Village

  • Huen Phen
  • The Riverside Bar and Restaurant
  • Amazing Sandwich (The)

Love this? Explore the entire list of things to do in Pattaya before you plan your trip.

Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Pattaya and book an accommodation of your choice.

TripHobo Highlights for Elephant Village

  • Elephant Village Address: 48/120 Moo7, Muang Pattaya, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand
  • Elephant Village Contact Number: +66-38249818
  • Elephant Village Timing: 10:30 am - 04:00 pm
  • Elephant Village Price: 1600 THB
  • Best time to visit Elephant Village(preferred time): 11:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Elephant Village: 02:00 Hrs
  • Try the best online travel planner to plan your travel itinerary!
Are you associated with this business? Get in Touch

Things to Know Before Visiting Elephant Village

  • 37.86% of people who visit Pattaya include Elephant Village in their plan

  • 60.19% of people start their Elephant Village visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Elephant Village

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday

93.98% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Elephant Village

People normally club together Sriracha Tiger Zoo and The Million Years Stone Park while planning their visit to Elephant Village.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Elephant Village Trips

Elephant Village, Pattaya Reviews

  • When you think of what to do in Thailand, this is the best activity you can come up. The Elephant Village offers magnificent beasts in a safe and secure haven, where they enjoy life with freedom and respect. It is amongst highly visited Thailand tourist places. As a visitor, you can choose to contribute to the betterment and well-being of these gentle beasts. The village comes alive with exciting events like a dramatic presentation of the everyday lives of elephants and their capture, the training, and feeding. You also get the opportunity to get photographed along sides these beasts.

  • The Elephant Village in Pattaya is a safe sanctuary for those elephants where they can live as close to their natural habitat as possible. It offers you a once in a lifetime opportunity to spend time close to this magnificent creation of nature. Visiting this place is a must thing to do in Pattaya. The sanctuary inhabits and cares for former working elephants which are ill or suffering injuries. This is a great opportunity for you to do your part in saving and caring for these elephants. It is a non-profit sanctuary and the fee that is paid by you goes to improve and provide facilities to these elephants. You can watch the training show and go for elephant trekking in this unique sanctuary. Location: The Elephant village is located 7km off Sukhumvit. Timing: Elephant show starts at 2:30 PM. Price: Price for Elephant Show is 500 baht per person. Price for elephant trek is 2000 baht per person.

  • I'm giving it 1 star for the elephant that I rode and not for the rider. Be prepaid that even when you have paid 1600baht to go to the elephant village and you get to ride the elephants the guy still wants a tip and when I gave him 20baht as thats all I had on me he push it back and said no give 100baht. He wasnt happy at all when I said that's all I had, he couldn't wait for me to get off the elephant. Also once the dancing show is over they ask if you would like to take photos with your own camera and then wont leave you alone until you pay them 100baht. Would I go here again or recommend it. NOPE!

  • Great experience of elephants trekking, but they said they will closed in future... 1000 baht for entrance fee only for elephants trekking. Well just remember buy some bananas and tips for the elephant guide. Else it depends to you want to give tips or not

  • shame full treatment (hitting etc) and blatant money grabbing, extortionate entry fees for 2 of us. Sorry to say this should not be allowed. Please DONT RIDE THE ELEPHANTS. What no one has said in the comments section, probably because they're not aware, but the elephants are "broken" in order for them to accept carrying you...it may appear a natural thing to do, you've seen TV where they move logs etc, but this is a barbaric practice. Go visit an ethical sanctuary if you want to be close, but dont ride them. Asking for tips and for sales of photos/videos is commonplace. be aware that if you are seen videoing as I was (I have a youtube channel) they will request a hefty fee.

Read all reviews