The Bush Camp | Thailand | If Only

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Located on the Ping River with breathtaking views overlooking lush greenery and misty mountains, The Bush Camp by Elephant Hills offers a two-day, one-night package including meals, activities, and transport.

This unique camp is designed to offer a truly once in a lifetime experience, viewing Thailand’s majestic giants in their natural environment. 10 safari inspired glamping tents allow for an intimate experience whilst guests can take part in a range of sustainable activities included throughout their stay.

Due to ethical reasons Bush Camp does not offer elephant riding. Instead, guests will get to feed, observe, and interact with Asia’s largest land animal.


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0141 955 4000

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 10 glamping tents



Consisting of 10 unique glamping tents, The Bush Camp by Elephant Hills gives the feel of an African Safari lodge, allowing guests to feel both a million miles away and at one with nature. Tents include a double bed, dresser, spacious en-suite bathroom and can cater for families with two rollaway beds.

Breathtaking views of the magnificent Ping river are available straight from the tented lodge balcony.



Relax and spend time at the Elephant Café, where elephants roam peacefully in front of you as you dine. Enjoy a sundowner on one of the many mountain top viewpoints overlooking the majestic Ping River while watching the sun set behind the mountains. A buffet dinner is included in the package with freshly prepared Thai and western dishes.



Bush Camp by elephant hills offers a range of included activities during your stay, visit the elephant park where you can feed and interact with Asia’s largest land animal. Discover the life of a mahout and see how they live together with their elephants. Watch their families pound rice, weave their own handmade clothes and sample some of their authentic cooking. The following day you will have more time to watch and learn about the elephants, as well as sampling a traditional coffee and breakfast snack at the Free Roaming Forest.



The Bush Camp welcomes children four years and above, tented accommodation permits two adults and 2 children with rollaway beds.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Chiang Mai International Airport


Approximately a 15 minute drive from the airport


Late December to April has great weather, little rain, and lots of sun. From May to September there’s still plenty of sun but also some rain – usually brief showers in the afternoon or at night. October and November are the rainiest months but are often interspersed with sunny days. The cool season is from November to February, when daytime temperatures reach a comfortable 25° C, but nights and early mornings can be cool (10°-15°C). Things heat up from March to June when temperatures won't drop below 25°C (even at night) - and the right time for Songkran, the water festival also called Thai New Year. This is when evening thunderstorms are most common. This is also when the northern haze from planned forest burning occurs, usually starting late February or early March for a few weeks. The rainy season (more romantically called the green season) is from July to October. It's the time to see the region's rivers and waterfalls are at their best. It rains at any time, day and night fr



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