Congratulations to Eleanor Morley for being inducted into the Hall of Fame as a bronze member!
“My sixth visit to Elephantstay and I was able to re-establish my friendship with the delightful Ms. H. This is the third time I have had the privilege and pleasure of spending a week with Honey.
You are always made to feel completely at home by Ewa and Michelle and made to feel part of the Elephantstay family.
You are able to interact closely with your elephant – feed, water, clean and ride, along with overall care as well as learning Thai history and culture of its people and their relationship with elephants, where the staff show complete dedication to the welfare of these magnificent creatures.
Your stay here is always very comfortable and your needs well looked after, and, the food is sensational!
Having stayed here many times myself, it will only take one visit and you know you will return!
My thanks and gratitude to all involved in my week at Elephantstay”.
Jumbo welcome to Lexi Zamrzla! We are excited to introduce Lexi, our newest staff team member. Having worked with Elephants in Zimbabwe and the USA, Lexi is passionate about elephant conservation and sharing that with others so she is looking forward to meeting you all! Looks like Soi already likes her!
Lexi our newest staff team member
Elephantstay flooding again. It is now day 20 and water is receding. We are working hard to get everything operational again, but a lot of dead plants though.
Farewell Belynda. Today we say goodbye to our sweet Belynda. She could not go any longer. We brought her home from the vets in February with 3 days of medication as she was not expected to last much more than that. We were hoping she would last to April but did not expect she would still be with us till now. Belynday was a cat with the sweetest temperament. She would not hurt a fly. It is hard to believe she had a son like Munchie, they could not be more different from each other. Over the last 6 months we have been bringing her into our house at night to watch some TV with us. She would sit on my lap for hours so content. RIP Belynda.