The Giraffe Center is located in Lang'ata, approximately 5 kilometres 3.1 mi from the centre of Nairobi, Kenya. It was built up with a specific end goal to ensure the imperiled Rothschild giraffe, Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi, that is discovered just in the meadows of East Africa. In 1979, the Giraffe Center, a nature haven for going to and including untamed life preservation training for urban school kids, was begun by Jock Leslie Melville, the Kenyan grandson of a Scottish Earl, when he and his better half Betty caught two child giraffe to begin a program of rearing giraffe on their Langata property, site of the present Center.
From that point forward the program has had gigantic achievement, bringing about the presentation of a few rearing sets of Rothschild Giraffe into Kenyan national parks. By sufficiently 1983 cash had been raised to build up the Giraffe Visitor's Center as a traveler goal simply outside Nairobi. The primary fascination for both school kids and guests is bolstering giraffes from a raised perception stage. The Giraffe Center is likewise home to a few warthogs which uninhibitedly meander the territory alongside the giraffe. Tourists come here from all over the world to visit this place.