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The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) Elephant Nursery in Nairobi National Park provides a safe haven to orphaned baby elephants rescued by the DSWT. The Nursery provides the first stage in the hand-rearing and development of milk dependent baby...more
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Mbagathi Road | Kws Workshop Entrance - Nairobi National Park, Nairobi 00503, Kenya
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Loved this place and I ended up adopting an elephant. Don't worry about the number of people queing because the rop, you stand behind, goes in a large semi circle so most people get a good view of the baby elephants. If you adopt one...More
We read so many terrible stories about elephant poaching and the decline of this magnificent too tier species, and nothing warms your heart more than seeing orphan elephants rescued and raised at this phenomenal center.
It was a bit overwhelming to have about a hundred...More
You do need to get there earlier than the starting time if you want to get really close. The baby elephants are brought into the ring first & you see them having their bottles. One of the rangers talks about the work of the orphanage...More
Just love the DSWLT as they are the real deal making a significant difference in saving our African elephants. They work tirelessly and do such awesome projects to ensure the safety and security of their lands, animals and people.
I do think though they should...More
We arrived at around 10.45 and there was already crowds of people they started letting everyone in at about 10.50 for the 11am start. We were slightly overwhelmed by the numbers of people but there is lots of room to stand around and view the...More