Enjoy sights of some of the biggest animals that wander the face of Earth with a visit to Giraffe Centre in Nairobi. Run by the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (AFEW), the centre’s main objective is to secure the imperilled Rothschild giraffe which is found to roam about in free and protected captivity around the meadows. Over the years, Giraffe Centre has become a favourite of tourists and students. Visitors are given the opportunity to observe and interact with giraffes in a natural setting. Visitors can hand-feed giraffes from a raised platform, allowing for up-close encounters and memorable experiences. Educational talks and guided tours are also available to learn more about giraffe biology, behaviour, and conservation. In addition to giraffe encounters, the Giraffe Centre features a nature trail that winds through the adjacent Gogo River Bird Sanctuary. The trail offers a chance to explore the surrounding habitat, observe native bird species, and enjoy scenic views of the landscape.