Ngalaik elephant camp earns over K26.1 mln from April to December 2023

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The Ngalaiktha Elephant Protection Camp, situated in Oattarathiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw Council Area of Union Territory, generated over 26.1 million kyats from visitors during the period from April to December 2023, as reported by U Kyaw Swar Win, in charge of the Ngalaiktha Elephant Protection Camp.
“Our Ngalaiktha Elephant Protection Camp is located approximately two furlongs west of the Yangon-Mandalay Expressway Mile Post No. 217/0. It covers 573 acres, including 288 acres of pastureland for elephants. Between 30 and 50 visitors come here on weekdays, and about 100 on weekends,” said U Kyaw Swa Win.
He added, “There are 21 elephants in the camp. Visitors can relax by feeding the elephants, riding them on a short or long jungle trip, and enjoy performances by the elephants. Moreover, visitors can observe and study the plantations of teak, gum-kino, and pine.”
The Ngalaik Elephant Conservation Camp was inaugurated on 8 May 2017, and it features bungalows and parking lots. — ASH/ TMT

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