Victoria Falls Elephant Sanctuary

We work to preserve and protect both orphaned elephants and those in the wild.

Victoria Falls Elephant Sanctuary

RESCUE – RESEARCH – RELEASE

Victoria Falls Elephant Sanctuary

RESCUE – RESEARCH – RELEASE

Who We Are

Wild Horizons has been built over decades of family values to provide amazing experiences for visitors throughout Zimbabwe. Elephants became part of the Wild Horizons family in 1992 when four elephants needed a better home. Since that day, Wild Horizons has had an unwavering belief that the elephants welfare takes precedence. Whether is is during a rescue, the rehabilitation or release, it is all about the elephants’ future. That strong conservationist ethic has provided expansive training for the elephants’ keepers as well as a safe haven for elephants ever since.

What We Believe

Wild Horizons main goal is to ensure the elephants have the best care and quality of life in the most natural environment.
The team works all year long to care for our elephants as well as contribute to local and worldwide efforts for better education and conservation.

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History of the Sanctuary

In 1992, four elephants fondly known as “Jock”, “Jack”, “Jumbo “and “Miz Ellie” were in desperate need of a new home. They were orphans from a culling operation in Hwange National Park in 1980.

Meet the Keepers

At Wild Horizons the elephant’s welfare and well-being has always taken precedence and the elephant keepers have been equipped with expansive training and knowledge to ensure dignified care of the animals.

We Need You

In order to safeguard and sustain the Wild Horizons Elephant Sanctuary we need you.
We want you to become part of our team to ensure the future of Zimbabwe’s elephants. Your support will go directly to the efforts of continuing the elephants care, anti-poaching efforts and educating the next generation to conserve Africa’s most gentle giants.

A Special Thanks to our Partners in Conservation

"...We are all so happy that we didn't miss this excursion. It was high on my list of things to do, but it far surpassed all of our expectations..." Sus An