It was a pleasant visit. It is nice to see how well the elephants are treated, and fed milk. The history about the animals is also very interesting. Adopt an elephant 🐘!! 😊
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We had a personal encounter with the baby elephants and it was very special indeed. You need to be a supporter to have this, however all visitors can experience watching the baby elephants drink milk in the mornings and listen to an account of how...More
Don't miss a visit to this heartwarming place where you can watch baby elephants get fed while hearing their amazing stories of rescue and recovery. Tanzania let's baby elephants in trouble die, so the work this trust is doing is extremely important in light of...More
Words cannot describe how wonderful the David Sheldrick experience is. I cannot wait to return. The baby elephants will make you laugh and cry and want to help them.
A nice program for the government to save orphaned elephants. Was amazed with the crowd size. Worth a visit for anyone visiting Nairobi.
Had a wonderful experience seeing all of the elephant babies. Seeing them come in for their 11am feed and then to return later in the day at 5pm to see my adopted elephant have his milk and go to bed was truly fantastic. The evening...More
Sheldrick cares for dozens of orphaned young elephants. There is a morning opportunity to watch them return to their stocksde and, for "foster parents," those who pay $50 a year for an orphan' care, a quieter visit each day at 5:00. There's good reason this...More