Nam Ou Elephant Farm
Get a real taste of Luang Prabang

Kham Mun (see more)

Kham Mun is our more "mature" Lady coming to us at the age of 45. Kham Mun has had a very troubled past in the logging camps and her many lumps, bumps and scars paint a very sad past. However here at the Farm, she enjoys her time in the jungles and we rest her as much as possible, but when she comes out to meet our lovely visitors, she may start her walk at the back of the herd but lately she seems to be one of the first home, showing that there is still a lot of youthful sprit left in her

Kham Onh (see more)

Mae Kham Onh is our Current Mummy of the herd. Sang Noi Kiddu (Naughty baby elephant) is her baby Calf. She came with her Calf from a Logging Camp and she enjoys the beautiful life of relaxing in our Jungles with her baby. She is a very loving mother and a very relaxed and chilled out Elephant, even when her daughter is stealing shoes, or trying to jump into fishing boats along the river. A beautiful 27 Year old who is still producing milk and providing love and guidance to her baby.

Baby Elephant (see more)

Our 19month Baby does not have a name just yet and will not get her proper name until she is 3 years old. This is a tradition we are following from the owners Culture and Tradition. At the Elephant Farm we have "many" names for our energetic and crazy baby, but one that sticks is "Sang Noi Kiddu" - Naughty baby Elephant. Our Calf is totally wild and it is so much fun to watch her playing in the farm, When she does something naughty like stealing a shoe, or stealing Baby Khamvongs food, she rushes of to her 8 Surrogate aunties in the herd and can cause so much Elephant Conversation it is fantastic to watch and listen. Mum, Mae Kham Onh is normally just stood somewhere chilling and eating when there is "baby" commotion. Sang Noi Kiddu Enjoys learning from her mum how to forage in the local jungles, She never strays to far away from her mum,, Well, unless she sees a shiny motorbike parked up and she will certainly investigate.

Kham Mun (see more)

Kham Mum joined us this year in 2014. She arrived from a logging Camp here in LAOS Skin and bones and covered head to toe in open wounds. It was an emotional day when she arrived to the Farm, Watching her Eating and taking her first Swim for a very long time was just a pleasure to be part of and share with her. It took only a short time to watch what seemed to be a huge deep breathe from Kham Mun and She just relaxed and settled into life here. With the help of the expert vets from Le Elefant Asia The Farm Manager and Mahouts helped bring Kham Mum back to the Giant Beautiful Elephant she was and is. She is a lot bigger than our other Elephants and we had to raise the sign over our Elephant Farm as our guests would have to limbo out of the Farm while enjoying the company of Kham Mum. A real gentle Giant of Calm serene beauty.