Elephant Training Camp, one of the 'must visit' attractions of Dubare, is a camp where a large number of animals are trained on the banks of the river Kaveri. This project is administered by the forest department and elephants are trained by Kurabas, a local tribe. Tourists can enjoy watching elephants bathe in the river and observe the animals perform on the directions of mahouts; elephants also perform mock logging operations at this site.
A few lucky campers may even get the rare opportunity of scrubbing and feeding the elephants. The camp has a professional naturalist who describes the history, ecology and biology of elephants. Tourists can also take part in a wildlife safari, elephant ride and coracle rides at this camp; they can even spot various birds here, such as kingfishers, woodpeckers and peacocks.