Category: Elephants in Thailand

Thai Elephant Dung and Black Ivory Coffee

Thai Elephant Dung and Black Ivory Coffee

Elephant dung was in the news in Thailand last week in a story about a rare and novel blend of Thai coffee. Black Ivory coffee is ground from Thai Arabica beans but the process starts with the coffee beans being fed to elephants and later picked out whole from their dung....

Elephants on the Streets of Thailand

Elephants on the Streets of Thailand

Forestry in Thailand depreciated massively during the last century and with it the number of elephants in the country dropped dramatically too. Most working elephants were no longer needed to haul logs after Thailand passed a law in 1990 banning domestic logging in its rain forests, leaving hundreds of elephants...

Wang Pho Elephant Camp

Wang Pho Elephant Camp

You may recall my post Three Steps To Heaven – Kanchanaburi’s Erawan Waterfall in which Wonderful Wi and I visited the beautiful seven tier Erawan Waterfall and later that day travelled on the Thai – Burma Death Railway. In between we had a surprise visit to the Wang Pho Elephant...

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