Sakrebailu Elephant Camp

Sakrebailu Elephant  Camp

On the Shivamoga Thirthahalli road, around 14 km from Shivamoga is the Sakrebailu Elephant Camp. The camp houses several captive elephants. Sakrebailu is an eco-tourism center. The elephants in these camps are trained by skilled Mahouts. The camp is located on the banks of the River Tunga

Elephant  is a pet that can be seen standing tall, clumsy. If you want to know about its ideas and excursions go to Sakrebaili. Because it is an elephant’s bar. It has earned the reputation of being the largest cottage in the state. With this century-long history, the Sacrabile must go with the children. The elephant herd and their bathing in the water is a sight to behold. The elephant is a great place to learn about their lifestyles, despite their large body.

There are hundreds of elephants on board. These are controlled by skilled Maoists. Elephants Treat 10 elephants daily. Grass, 6 to 7 kg. Lumps of rice, nut, jaggery and rice are served. All these are eaten and then left to wander in the jungle.

Elephants can be seen bathing their cubs in the water. If you have a little breakfast, you can spend some time in the backwaters enjoying them. Near by attraction sights You can see the Tunga Bridge, Jog falls and Kundadri Hills. The elephants can come back from the forest early in the morning and return to the forest only to be seen from 8.30 am to 11 am.