The Guardian: Nepal safari camp ends elephant-back tours

“Gulab Kali moved through the jungle with the commanding demeanour only seen in a more mature lady. With each step her hips swayed, causing clouds of dust to rise from under her large feet, like her own personal smoke machine. She was the most enigmatic walking guide I’d ever met. And – as a 3½ tonne Asian elephant – she was also the largest.”



Phoebe Smith writes about Tiger Tops’ new elephant experience for The Guardian. You can find the entire article here: Nepal safari camp ends elephant-back tours