Stay with your dream will come true giraffe. A hotel called The Giraffe Manor on the outskirts of Lang’ata in Nairobi, Kenya provides a herd of giraffes to accompany your activities while staying overnight at the hotel.
Rare Rothschild giraffe type would run around the yard every morning at the hotel. They will also tempt you with a breakfast event popped long neck to ask for breakfast.
Many visitors also took a picture together and interact with these graceful animals through the open window, in front of the doors and windows even in their room. This is the only place in the world where one can share breakfast with this rare animal.
The Giraffe Manor, built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan, in an area of ??150 hectares which flowed Mbagathi River, the southern boundary of the city of Nairobi. In 1960 the hotel was purchased by a local investor and was hired by several people before it suffered severe damage, which ultimately Manor is not occupied by anyone.
In 1974, Jock Leslie-Melville, grandson of the Scottish earl, and his wife, who founded the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (AFEW), bought the Manor. They then moved two baby giraffes endangered Rothschild to stay in the Manor and eventually gave birth to several generations. They are where they eventually evolved and spawned several generations of other giraffes.
Today, many tourists who visit The Giraffe Manor as one of the preferred tourist destinations in East Africa safari. Some visitors even stay at the Manor this addiction.