The Golden Triangle

One of the most luxurious resorts in Asia, Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort, is hidden in a tropical jungle on a mountainous ridge that overlooks the spot where three magnificent countries – Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar – come together to create the Golden Triangle. Take a traditional longtail boat down the mighty Mekong River with Thailand to the left, Laos to the right, and Myanmar straight ahead where the three countries converge at the mouth of the Ruak River and the Golden Triangle begins..

This exotic resort is part of the Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation, a charity that rescues abandoned and abused elephants to help give them a new life after being rescued from illegal logging camps, the street or elephant shows. The resort is the perfect sanctuary for adults and for these gentle giants.

Experience an unforgettable day in nature while truly immersing yourself with these magnificent animals. Guests can participate in a once-in-alifetime elephant experience, which includes walking with these gentle giants, creating the optimum way of getting to know the elephants and developing a deeper emotional connection with them.

There is nothing like the pinch-me moment of seeing them splash in the river and play in the mud alongside you!

After an experience you’ll never forget, a candlelit dinner prepared with authentic Thai food will be served overlooking bamboo forests. After dinner, enjoy the magic of the night sky as it is filled with lanterns twinkling into the gloaming.

After a stay at Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort, it is impossible not to fall in love with these jolly jumbos.

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