Buy a Lonely Planet and go. The United Nations cultural heritage is worth visiting. Living in a local dormitory, without TV, it's much cleaner. According to the book, I went to the mountain to watch the sunset, and I followed the closed elephant (the whip of the elephant is barbed, very miserable). I also participated in the local monk's ritual of alienation. I was sending meals (sitting underground). It's a pleasure to sit by the Mekong River and sing a milkshake.
The price of the one-day tour booked in the hotel was slightly higher. Unexpectedly, there were only two Japanese tourists who traveled with me on the minibus, which was worth the return fare. Riding an elephant through the jungle and bathing with the elephant, I had a good experience. I bought several bananas and cane to reward the elephant.
There are many elephants in Luang Prabang Elephant Conservation Village, where you can see elephant performances and ride elephants. Elephants are not afraid of people. They get along well with people. They are more suitable for playing with children. They are very interesting.
Elephants'paradise, lovely, very leisurely. You can ride elephants in the village. It's not expensive. It's safe to have a local guide with you.
This place is a protected area for elephants. It's quite good.
Many elephants, very surprising, there are trainers every day to train elephants to perform various acrobatics, a very strange trip.