Dubare Elephant Camp

Activity Charges / Entry Fee: INR 670 per person*
Time Required
One day
No specific timings*
Difficulty Level
Best Suited For
Elephant lovers and Families with kids.

Quick Info

Dubare Elephant Camp is a popular elephant camp located in the district of Coorg in Karnataka. It offers many wonderful activities involving elephants. Visitors can feed, bathe, walk with and ride on the elephants. They can also watch elephants being trained by professional mahouts. River rafting is another exciting activity available at the camp. The camp has luxury cottages that serve as accommodation.

Rankings & Ratings

An elephant camp offering a number of activities involving elephants.
Editor's Rankings

#2 in 5 Things to Do in Coorg

TripAdvisor Ratings

Editor's Review

The Dubare Elephant Camp in Coorg offers visitors an intimate experience with the elephants. There are a variety of activities at the camp that keep you busy and excited throughout your visit. The raw natural atmosphere of the camp creates the ideal environment for befriending elephants.


  • Wonderful interaction with the elephants.
  • Variety of activities offered at the camp.
  • Good boating experience.
  • Raw natural beauty in the camp.


  • Quite a lot of walking is required.
  • Each activity has its own specific timings which keep changing from time to time.
  • There may be long queues sometimes.
  • Slightly more expensive for foreign tourists.

Detailed Info

Located in the district of Coorg in Karnataka, the Dubare Elephant Camp offers visitors a number of activities involving elephants. There are 10 cottages that serve as accommodation for visitors who would like to stay at the camp. There is a large gazebo which becomes the dining area. With a raw natural environment, the entire camp is designed in such a way that visitors have an up close and personal experience with elephants.

Visitors to the camp can watch elephants being given a scrub-bath. In fact, they can also have a part in bathing the elephant. You can also watch how the forehead and tusks of the elephants are oiled. You can feed sugarcane, bananas or coconuts to the elephants. Apart from feeding and bathing the elephants, visitors can watch how elephants are being trained by professional mahouts. 

During their tour of the camp, visitors are given a leaflet that features interesting facts about elephants. They are also accompanied by a naturalist who explains various aspects of elephant ecology. Visitors can also enjoy a ride on the elephants or simply walk along with them. River rafting is also possible at the camp.

*Timings - 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM and 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM. (Elephants are usually visible only during this time)
You can enjoy boat rides, nature walks and jeep safaris during other times.
Each activity has its own specific timings which keep changing from time to time. 


  • INR 1310 per person for Indians (Day Visit) 
  • INR 2250 per person for foreign tourists (Day Visit) 
  • INR 670 per person for Indians (Elephant Camp Activities)
  • INR 1447 per person for foreign tourists (Elephant Camp Activities)