Giraffe Manor In Nairobi, Kenya

Sep 2, 2014

Category: Living

With their 18-inch tongues, giraffes laugh at puny Gene Simmons. If you’d like an up-close look at one of these friendly beasts, check out Giraffe Manor, a small hotel in the Karen suburb of Nairobi, Kenya, where endangered Rothschild giraffes are cared for and encouraged to poke their heads into visitors’ rooms.

This 12-acre reserve rests in the middle of the forest and gets you more quality giraffe time than Jungle Jack Hanna. Plenty of celebs have visited over the years, including Johnny Carson, Mick Jagger, and Brooke Shields. Expect to see giraffes getting all up in your business while you’re eating cereal, reading a book, or even having “special time” in the bedroom. Of course you can close the window if you like, but hey, with 18-inch tongues… [Purchase]

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