It's an elephant orphanage and they do put on a nice daily show parading age groups of young elephants. It's to assist in elephant conservation in the country which is desperately needed since poaching for ivory is again on the increase in Africa and in Kenya. A good way to raise funds but one may wonder how many of these poor orphans will live to a ripe old age (and tusks) once reintegrated into the wild. Definitely worth a visit for families and tourists.
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