This Park does a nice job at connecting visitors with these magnificent animals. You are transported down to a feeding area where, if you purchased a bucket of food, you are paired up with an elephant to feed. Then, you get some close-up and photo time as you gather in small groups around an elephant, each group guided by a park staff member who will tell you about that particular elephant and answer all your questions.
The operation was a bit more commercial than I was expecting for a 'sanctuary' - and pricier than I was expecting - admission and a bucket of food was something like US$22 (R270) - but the experience to get up close and personal was worth it and the funds are certainly going to a good cause. They also have a restaurant on site which served us up a very nice lunch.
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