Giraffe Manor-Giraffe Center, Karen Blixen Museum & Kazuri Beads


Karen Blixen, Giraffe Centre and Daphne Shedrick


Visit a giraffe breeding and conservation program and learn about one of the rarest breeds, the endangered Rothschild's giraffe. Stroll through the former home of Karen Blixen, the illustrious author of the prominent novel Out of Africa, used in the filming of the Oscar-winning movie.

Begin your half-day tour with a trip to the Giraffe Center in Nairobi. Admire the valuable work the non-profit organization is attempting to stabilize the rare Rothschild's giraffe population. Learn how over 50 of the striking creatures have been released into the wild, and see the young calves currently residing in the 120-acre (49 ha) site.

Continue to the Karen Blixen Museum, former home of the Danish novelist and author of Out of Africa. The building still houses many of the original furnishings and some newer pieces donated by the makers of the celebrated film. The museum adds further context to the movie, providing a fascinating glimpse into East African colonial life in the dying years of the British Empire.


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This includes a visit to the famous Karen Blixen Museum, Giraffe Center and Daphne Shed-rick


Karen Blixen

- Its located 10km from the city center at the foot of Ngong hills Come and have a memorable experience at the museum

Here we have guided tours where you will find a museum shop which offers handicrafts, posters and postcards, the movie out of Africa, books and other Kenyan souvenirs.


Giraffe Centre

It was established in order to protect the endangered species of Rothschild giraffe, that is found only in the grassland of East Africa. The main attraction for visitors is feeding giraffes from a raised observation platform.


Daphne Shed rick Elephant Orphanage-

I t was started to protect and rescue elephants. David Shed rick wildlife trust is located within the Nairobi National Park and the sanctuary cares for orphaned baby Elephants, tame black and white, Rhinos-calves and adults. come see, feed and make friends with the elephants. Its an experience that you never want to miss and one that you will never forget.



The Kazuri Bead factory and Pottery Centre is a good stop for those interested in local crafts. The ceramic beads, pottery and leather goods are all handmade by disadvantaged women. "Kazuri" means "small and beautiful" in Swahili and was named by the founder when she started the company with just two Kenyan employees in 1975. The factory now employs more than 300 women, all working hard but with great joy. You can get a tour of the factory and watch the beads and pots get fired and glazed, it takes about an hour in total. In the weekends the factory/workshop may be closed, but the shop is still open, so you can purchase souvenirs. The Bead Factory is a popular stop en route to, or from, the Karen Blixen museum, and other sites in the Karen neighbourhood. Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 8.30am - 6 pm, and Sundays from 9 am - 4 pm.




⦁ Kenya's wildlife & natural history within Nairobi

⦁ Insight into Out of Africa—a famous novel by Karen Blixen

⦁ Sets & scenery used in the distinguished motion picture

⦁ Effective breeding & conservation center for giraffes

⦁ Wonderful opportunity to safely interact with the creatures


⦁ Admission fees

⦁ Roundtrip transportation to and from your central Nairobi hotel

⦁ Live tour commentary provided in English



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