Twelve fortunate elephants no longer fit for work in the government's timber camps have come to retire at Green Hill Valley, founded in 2011 by a family with a history of working with elephants. All visitors interact with the elephants, helping to feed and bathe them, and also get to plant a tree as part of the camp's reforestation project.

It is essential to make a reservation before visiting the camp. There's a two-person minimum.