There is a luxury resort in Northern Thailand that lets you sleep in a see-through jungle bubble surrounded by rescue elephants. Sounds amazing, right? This may be the most ideal place to wake up!

I can’t!

If you want to wake up right next to the animals, then the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort should be next on your bucket list!

The amazing resort had already saved at least 60 elephants from Thailand’s city streets and the animals now can live in peace.

The elephants are free to walk around the resort, which means they will be the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see before going to bed.

According to the resort, Eye in the Sky designed the unique 236-square-foot bubbles and constructed it with high-tech polyester fabric, confirming their integrity over time.

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Inside, the bubbles have a large bedroom with a king bed and living space with a seating area. The bubbles are air-conditioned and feature a bathroom, which means you don’t have to run the risk of bumping into an elephant during the night.

Not only that, but you don’t actually have to leave the bubble. The staff can bring you lunch and dinner – meaning visitors can watch the sun go down while the animals wander around the resort.

Etienne De Villiers, Anantara’s cluster director of public relations, announced that guests can also book a Walking With Giants tour. During the tour, guests will be accompanied by a vet or a biologist and learn how elephants think and behave.

De Villiers said that guests can watch the elephants in their natural habitat. Also, it’s fun to see them during a river bath or mud playtime.

One night for two people in these bubble suites costs $585 and you can book it here.

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