The Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, Kenia

Built in the 1930s, Giraffe Manor is placed in twelve acres of private land within 140 acres of local forest and it is just twenty kilometers from Nairobi city centre. This deluxe boutique hotel functions as a home to several endangered Rothschild giraffes, and operates a breeding program to reintroduce breeding pairs back into the wild to protected the future of the subspecies.  Along with the giraffe, the place is likewise home to lots of species of birds, large families of warthogs and the elusive Bush Buck. Giraffe Manor provides an remarkable experience of the giraffes, with them vying for your attention at the dinner table, the leading door and also your bedroom window.

 Staying at the exclusive Giraffe Manor House is unique and special experience. The Giraffe Manor offers a rich blend of welcoming accommodation, highly trained and friendly staff, as well as one of Nairobi’s finest kitchens. There are six fully furnished luxurious bedrooms at The Giraffe Manor, each with its own bathroom. The Karen Blixen Suite is larger and contains one double bed and two single beds.

 Travelers from all over the world now make The Giraffe Manor part of their East African safari, the only place in the world where you can enjoy the breathtaking experience of feeding and photographing the giraffe over the breakfast table and at the front door. When you turn into the gates and bump along the dirt road winding through bush and riverine forest, you feel that you are far away from civilization. Warthogs run by, and there are giraffe among the trees. Your first, full frontal view of the manor is particularly impressive.

source: Animal Photos

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