This place really warmed my heart, the elephants are orpans for one reason or another - mostly poaching, and the keepers look after them so well it honestly brings a tear to your eye. The youngest elephants were only a few weeks old, and had been given little blanket capes to wear to keep them warm in the cool air. There was a blind rhino living there too, it was just so lovely to see that in a third world country such as Kenya there are still people out there wanting to help an endangered species. I got talking to one of the keepers, and he told me that they deliberately wear green coats when feeding/looking after the elephants so that they don't lose their fear of humans completely when they are released back into the wild. He also told me that the elephants are so intelligent, they can sense whether you really care about them or not! The keepers treat these animals as their own children, and even sleep with them at night and comfort them if they wake up! I donated some money towards this organisation as they are doing such a fantastic job and I got to stroke one of the babies which was lovely. They are so cheeky they play fight with one another like real human siblings do. One needed some assistance as he got stuck in the mud! All in all, we really enjoyed this.