Indaw January 2
Not only globetrotters but homegrown tourists pay visits to Natpauk elephant camp created as the ecotourismdestination, according to the domestic tourism services.
Natpauk elephant camp is located in Indaw Township of Katha District, Sagaing Region. It has beendesignated as the ecotourism destination for two months.
International tourists visit the elephant camp by linking with international travels and tour companies. The majority of tourists arrive at the elephant camp through waterway trips from the Ayeyawady River.
More than hundreds of tourists visit the elephant camp on public holidays, significant religious days and office holidays.
Visitors may observe elephants from three forest reserves in the camp. Children and adults may ride elephants on short trips. The elephant camp is kept open from 8 am to 4 pm on Sunday and from 8 am to 12 noon on remaining days.
The local and international tourists may view skill demonstration of elephants and their worksite nature.
The elephants from the camp have been undergone training since 2009. More than 200 international tourists and more than 400 local people visited the elephant camp up to December 2016.