The old colonial farmhouse is simple, housing a few items that Karen Blixen chose and once enjoyed herself. There is also the colorful gardens to explore, where several old coffee machines lay untouched for decades. From here visit the Giraffe Center where you can hand-feed and meet the Rothschild giraffes face to face from an elevated walkway. These giraffes were brought here by Jock and Betty Leslie –Melville, who founded AFEW (African Fund for Endangered Wildlife) and built the nature center to help educate young African children about wildlife conservation. The Rothschild are the tallest species of giraffes and can reach a height of eighteen feet.