Na Muang Safari Park
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Na Muang Safari Park

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Na Muang Safari Park in Koh Samui

This ecologically-sound experience begins with an elephant ride around the coconut plantations and jungles of the island’s interior. It’s followed by an elephant show and an opportunity for you to feed the elephants by hand. A sturdy 4x4 jeep then takes up into the mountains to various viewpoints where you enjoy spectacular panoramic views that will take your breath away.

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Location:
Koh Samui
Thailand
Best time to visit Koh Samui: 
Aug, 
Jan, 
Dec, 
Jul 
Ticket / Cost / Expenses:
฿1400
Time people usually spend here:
6 hours
Latitude / Longitude:
9.4674143°N, 99.9872486°E
Distance from Koh Samui city center to Na Muang Safari Park
-- km
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Read traveller's reviews about Na Muang Safari Park..

Overall Rating:3

reviews
  '1' out of 5
"I can honestly say this was the worst animal park I have ever visited. It felt more like a concentration camp for the poor animals. The animals are kept in small concrete/metal cages - tigers seen chewing on cables that they had pulled into there cage. The elephants looked to be an awful state, uncared for and mistreated. It broke my heart to see animals treated in this manor, and made me feel ashamed to be a human being, unable to help these beautiful creature's. Don't go, don't support this awful side of tourism in thailand. Don't give your money to see animals mistreated...."
  '1' out of 5
"look, im not an activist. im pretty "bro" by most standards. but this was fucked. the elephants stand chained in their own filth. the noises they make are awful. tourists show up like "wow elephants." and take selfies. i just couldent. the waterfall is not worth it. seriously. some folks swimming, but there were bags of chips floating in the water. im not just exaggerating out of spite here. this is honest. please, do not come here."
  '1' out of 5
"The elephants that are not walking have one leg chained to the ground so they cannot take a single step. They were shaking their heads from side to side continuously in obvious distress. The elephants who could move seemed just as miserable. Please do not support this abusive business. The tour also included trained (chained) monkeys. They're leads were longer then the elephant's but only a few feet. One monkey runs up a tree and twists off coconuts. As we were leaving, we saw the guy hoisting the same coconuts back up. As far as I could, the monkeys live on a 5 foot teather. I regret having supported either of these activities."
  '3' out of 5
"Signposting in Koh Samui isn't that clear so look out for the small side roads that don't look as if they go anywhere - they do we found out. All a bit tatty. Avoided the caged tigers. It really is a steep hot climb to Waterfall 2 - be warned. Fed the elephants one of which flocked sand at me until I fed it!"
  '1' out of 5
"Animals are chained, the 30 minutes are less than 20, the waterfall isn't so fantastic... It is as a waste of money... And I paid for that animal treat:("

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