Almost nothing to see. And they charge quite steep prices though!...............................................................
Really, you can kiss a giraffe. If you put the food in your lips, they will take it from you and you get a tickly kiss. Yes, there is a little giraffe spit, but what a rare thing to tell your friends. It is a little overpriced, but we liked the lecture in the main hall.
Loved every minute of feeding a giraffe and getting close up and personal. Even if you see giraffes in the wild, the experience of actually touching one and feeding one doesn't come close.
You are given a few minutes to feed any giraffes that happen by. This is not their main food but a kind of pellet snack. The giraffes are cute but slobbery. Most people in our family balked at feeding them. After this there is a kind of "show" with a ranger type holding up placards with info about giraffes. It... More
Unless you won't be going to any other park or a safari, this is a disappointment. There were only about six giraffes when we were there. They give leaves to you to feed them, but it would only be exciting to small children, not adults.
Go meet Ed & Kelly and all the rest of the family....get a giraffe kiss while you are there (and duck Kelly's head butt moves!). Beautiful creatures, yanked back from extinction, up close and personal.
The giraffe recovery center is interesting and worth supporting but if you are going solely because of the giraffes, and you will or did see giraffes in the wild, I would skip this place, especially if you are at the end of your trip.
This was a cool place to be but a massive tourist trap. In busy times it is really hard to get to see the giraffe up close as so many people are surrounding it. I went to one in South Africa and it was a lot bigger and less hassle. This one seemed like a quick in and back out... More
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