Lucky Kali

I am Lucky Kali. My name needs no introduction. Luck is always by my side. I was the Nepal’s First private Retired Elephant!! I was born on May 21 1957. This year I became 65 years old. I am still single and searching for a husband who loves me. My story is the same as others. Before coming to Sapana Village Lodge I lived in India where they used me for carrying peoples on back and giving long rides to them and carrying wood and logs. I was also brought to Sapana Village Lodge by the owner of the Lodge Mr. Dhruba Giri. It has been 4 years since I started living in Sapana Lodge. In Sapana Village Lodge I can relax and enjoy with the beautiful natural environment. I get to graze everyday in the jungle with my friends at 6-10 am in the morning and later at 1:30-5 pm in the noon. I also get to bath in the river 3 times a day. The rest of the time you can see my lay happily in the shade on my shelter at Sapana Lodge. The person who takes care of me in shelter is Ratan Mahato. Life has been relaxing and peaceful ever since I came to Sapana Lodge.

Lucky Kali in Sapana Village Lodge
Lucky Kali in Sapana Village Lodge
Lucky Kali in Sapana Village Lodge

I also get to eat Bananas and Sugarcanes which are my favorite food. They also groom my nails every 4 to 5 months. I am very friendly in nature. But I am also quite fearless I do not fear windy and stormy weather. I love the company of people and guests when they arrive here for the programs such as Elephant feeding, Elephant candy making, Elephant Bush walk. I am delighted to be at Sapana Village Lodge and thankful to Mr. Dhruba Giri, Lena, Donna and their organizations for bringing me here and giving me a new life in a such a wonderful place. I love the views here where I can be with the nature and also interact with other people at the same time. You can come and see me at Sapana Village Lodge. I might even share some of my treats with you.

Lucky Kali in Sapana Village Lodge
Lucky Kali in Sapana Village Lodge
Lucky Kali in Sapana Village Lodge
REMEMBER US TO LOVE US, TO TAKE GOOD CARE OF US.