Things to do at Giraffe Manor
The Giraffe Centre is a non-profit educational institution built in 1983 by the Giraffe Manor owners - Jock and Betty Leslie-Melville, who are credited with saving the Rothschild Giraffe subspecies. Its purpose is to instil conservation values and educate and delight Kenyan school children.
Over 50,000 students visit the Centre annually free of charge, but it is also open to the general public to experience a magical face to face encounter with Africa's gentle giants. It is open from 9am to 5:30pm everyday of the year.