Elephant camp in Ayeyarwaddy opened to tourists

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By Yadana | Photo by MOI Facebook
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Jan 2017

An elephant camp in Pathein township has turned into an elephant conservation camp aiming to attract tourists.

State-owned The Global New Light of Myanmar reported that the camp is about one hour drive from Pathein, the capital town of Ayeyarwaddy Region, and it is also near to famous Ngwe Saung Beach.

The camp is managed by Myanmar Timber Enterprise and it used to be a logging hub for the department .

It has total of 18 elephants but only six will be used for tourism purpose depending on their cleverness.

Ref: The Global New Light of Myanmar

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