If you've always dreamt of going on an African safari, why not kick things up a bit by eating breakfast with a giraffe? That's just the exotic adventure that a luxury hotel in Africa is offering to guests.
The Giraffe Manor in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, sits on 12 acres of land where giraffes and other wildlife run free. The hotel is built in a way that allows giraffes to glance inside and interact wtih guests, even during breakfast time.
The hotel was built as a sanctuary to protect the Rothschild giraffes, which are currently an endangered species. For reservations and more enticing pictures, please visit the hotel website.
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