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7:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Dubare Elephant Camp

This elephant camp has about 30- 40 elephants which are bought for bathing to the river in the morning. This is when you can take turns to wash and brush these elephants and jumbos and also click photos with them. The only criterial is that you need to reach the spot before 9:30 AM in the morning or after 5:00 PM in the evening. These are the time when you get this place a little less crowded as otherwise the queue is usually too long to end.
Jyotin Prachand
Dubare Elephant Park 🐘 was waste of time for us, because we reached after elephants bathing was done which was the main attraction here. While we planning our day in morning, Manjit came-up with "innovative idea" 👻that we all will wear same colour t-shirt, since three of us had red colour t-shirt we wore them. We were looking like band wala :).
Shilpa Shashidhar
Our last day in the coffee country, we made a move to Dubare Elephant Camp. If you get your timing right, you can even participate in the bathing and scrubbing of the elephants in the Dubare camp. We got a little late getting here, so missed out on this. You can either raft across the river or simply take a shared boat. I was super excited about visiting Dubare elephant camp as the mere sight of these gentle giants makes me so happy. But, my visit made me quite sad looking at the plight of these elephants. I don’t think I would ever want to visit this place ☹