Kilio Valley is a lush valley composed of rolling hills, trees, and mild stone ridges.
When an old elephant named Aminifu dies, Simba journeys to Kilio Valley to deliver a tribute to his herd. Simba travels with Nala and Zazu to the valley, where they witness the elephant herd placing flowers on Aminifu's body. Though saddened by the passing of his friend, Simba resolves to give a proper tribute.
Simba gives his tribute to the elephants, but instead of saying, "He had good on him," the standard elephantese tribute, he says, "He had poop on him." Though Simba is horrified at this turn of events, the elephants begin to laugh, and Aminifu's daughter explains that her father always used to have poop on him and that it was often the cause of much laughter. She then tells Simba that it is good to remember the fun times.
Kilio Valley is mentioned by Fuli.
- "Kilio" means "cry," "mourn," or "problem" in Swahili.