All photos courtesy of Giraffe Manor - The Safari Collection
The look and feel of this impressive manor and its grounds takes you back in time to an era when Europeans first started flocking to Africa for a safari adventure. The hotel can accommodate up to 25 guests in 10 uniquely elegant en-suite rooms that hark back to that 1930s era.
The endangered Rothschild Giraffe roam freely on this property in their protected sanctuary and usually visit the hotel in the mornings and evenings. This particular species of giraffe is taller than most other giraffe populations and are known for their completely white legs from their knees to their hoofs, as if they were wearing white stockings.
The lodges of The Safari Collection are one of a kind. There are three other lodges in addition to Giraffe Manor, all located in Kenya and offer a variety of safari and adventure experiences along with comfortable and luxurious camps and lodges. You can enjoy a peaceful relaxing stay indulging in a massage or a stroll across the lawn to the Giraffe Center, or participate in active and exciting activities with an unforgettable safari drive, a swim in the Indian Ocean, or viewing a wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, to name only a few possibilities. They will help you plan an itinerary that suits your interests. They have several suggested itineraries on their website with prices. They also provide the option for privately guided safaris as well.
Read this interesting story about staying at Giraffe Manor by Travel Babbo, who describes what it is like to stay there with the family, awesome photos included. Looks like a fun time for all and an unforgettable experience.
From The Safari Collection: The iconic Giraffe Manor, located in Nairobi, Kenya should be on everyone's bucket list. Sharing your breakfast with the endangered Rothschild Giraffe is an incredible, totally unique experience. When planning your safari it is the perfect start or finish to what will undoubtedly be a magical trip. Any money raised by advertising on this video is donated directly to our community and conservation projects here in Kenya. To learn more about the projects that we are involved with please head to; https://www.thesafaricollection.com/conservation