If you are always on the road and love to travel the world, I bet you dream of visiting Thailand. The land of fascinating nature and wildlife is simply a paradise on Earth!
Located in southern Asia, this country is well-known for its mesmerizing islands and beaches, great Thai food, martial arts, and temples. It is a popular tourist destination, and its lush and deluxe resorts for tourists are simply magnificent!
Well, if you ever go there, make sure you spend a night among rescue baby elephants! Yet, you read it right!
Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort offers a luxurious stay in a “Jungle Bubble”!
According to the property:
“Perched on a wooden deck above the forest, your luxurious bubble offers uninterrupted views of our gentle giants, as well as the stunning starlit sky above.”
This area is densely populated by these smart animals, and while spending a night in these sleeping bubbles, you will be able to enjoy your time in their natural habitat.
All the elephants living in the resort have been rescued from the streets of Thailand and taken to be cared for by the specialized staff.
The 236-square-foot “Jungle Bubbles” include a living area under a transparent roof, a king-size bed, air conditioning, mini bar, and a full en-suite, non-transparent bathroom.
There is also 24-hour room service, and staff from the resort drop off a fancy basket with your dinner every evening. These domes were designed by Eye in the Sky and constructed with high-tech polyester fabric to ensure their integrity over time.
You can also attend a walking tour, called Walking with Giants, and a vet or a biologist will thoroughly explain the life of elephants there.
Etienne De Villiers, Anantara’s cluster director of public relations, explained:
“Guests can observe the elephants’ social interaction in their native habitat. The fun of either a river bath or mud playtime demonstrates just how cheeky these graceful animals can be.”
You can book a room in this amazing place right away, and it will cost you $585 for 2 persons. One night spent in these domes can provide food and care for one of the animals for a year!
So, are you willing to spend a few nights this “close to nature’?