So Cute! Baby Elephant Takes a Bath in Thailand—We Can't Stop Watching This Video! A traveler gets the experience of a lifetime while interacting with a six-month-old elephant. See it now! Budget Travel Wednesday, Mar 25, 2015, 8:00 AM You can play with baby elephants like this one at non-profit org ElephantStay. (Simon Irwin/Lonely Planet) Budget Travel LLC, 2016

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mar 25 2015

So Cute! Baby Elephant Takes a Bath in Thailand—We Can't Stop Watching This Video!

You can play with baby elephants like this one at non-profit org ElephantStay.

(Simon Irwin/Lonely Planet)

At elephant-conservation organization ElephantStay in Ayutthaya, Thailand, a Danish visitor had an extremely interactive encounter with an adorable baby elephant named Double Trouble who loved being hosed off and taking a dunk (or five) in his miniature bathtub.

Getting in and out of the tub is the difficult part for Double Trouble, but judging by how much the six-month-old elephant likes the water, we're guessing he'll be an old pro in no time.

Want to stay overnight and care for an elephant at ElephantStay too? Rates start at about $183 per person per night for a three-day, two-night package, meals included (elephantstay.com).

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Note:This story was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.

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