Giraffe Manor Sets to Open Doors Since Covid 19 Hit the Industry
The hospitality industry in Kenya, as most of the world, closed temporarily since March when flights were suspended and major restrictions imposed by the government to curb the spread of Covid-19.
As a powerful indicator of light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, Giraffe Manor, Kenya’s most iconic tourism destinations, re-opens on May 29, 2020. Amid the rising cases of COVID 19, Giraffe manor plans to start accepting guests visiting their property.
Set in a 12 acre land in the suburbs of Nairobi, Karen Area, Giraffe Manor is recorded as the most instragramable destination in the world, and also one of the iconic destination to have breakfast with a Giraffe. This destination hosts some of the endangered Rolth Child Giraffes.
This comes after the Government of Kenya, through the President, Uhuru Kenyatta, hinted of the possible opening of the countries economy and business resumption on 6th June after a 21 days cessation period. It has also been rumored of a possible resumption of flights at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, bringing hope into the Industry.
Giraffes Manor is managed by The Safari Collection and is one of the favorites to many, it has hosted celebs such as Ellen De Generes an American Comedian, and Richard Quest from CNN.
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