One of the reasons many people plan a holiday to Kenya is to see one of the country’s most iconic building, the Giraffe Manor, located within almost 57 hectares of indigenous forest in the Langata suburb of Nairobi.
This small manor-turned-hotel is surrounded by some of the most beautiful, endangered creatures in the world – Rothschild giraffes.
Built in 1932 and opened as a hotel in 1984, the building offers guests the lifetime opportunity to hang out with long-necked mammalian friends.
These giraffes pay a visit to the manor almost every morning and evening, poking their heads into the windows to look for something to eat.
Fortunately, the manor provides guests with snacks to feed the giraffes right from the breakfast or dining table.
Guests can also take photos with these with the giraffes and interact with them.
Right after, the animals head back to their home in the nearby woodlands.
Below is a video of what to expect from the Giraffe Mayor: