Definitely worth a visit to meet and feed the friendly giraffes, great picture opportunities! Close to the David Sheldrick elephant orphanage so worth linking up a trip to both on the same day.
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About African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (Kenya) Ltd. - Giraffe Centre
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This was so much fun! We got to get up close ad personal with the giraffes. They are soo big! We took so many pictures and did not want to leave. Loved it!!!!!!!!!!
How fun was that!? This is a great place to interact with Giraffes up close and personal. You can feed them, pet them, hug them, and even kiss them - if you dare! I think it would be a great place to bring kids that...More
Sooooo much fun! It was $10 to get in and that included food pellets to feed the giraffes. There were several workers that were very knowledgeable about the animals and answered questions. The giraffes come and go as they please within the premises. They all...More
Probably not very nice for the giraffes to be cooped up here but a fun day out and good value. I got there by matatu then boda but only bceause I had someone with me who knew, fairly inaccessible but you get one matatu to...More
It was my first life experience to see Giraffes. They so tall and amazing. We are unlucky as this animal is not found in India. I loved feeding them.... if you are in Nairobi whether business or vacation, you must visit this place and see...More
The giraffes are free to come over and be fed or not. They obviously love the food, but we have found they are more likely to come over and stay around in the mornings than in the afternoons when they have presumably had enough and...More
We have spent 3 days in Nairobi before leaving for safari. It is safe to say this was the highlight of our time here. It was located about 30 minutes from our hotel in the westlands. The giraffes were incredibly playful. We really got to...More
Another good place to visit with kids especially as they get to feed the giraffes. there are ften many people around but the giraffes are obliging and happy to eat from anyones hand that holds a food pellet !