Located in Nairobi, Kenya, Giraffe Manor is a colonial mansion that’s home to a herd of resident Rothschild’s giraffes. Every day at breakfast and tea time, guests of the 12-room estate are granted a magical experience: The windows to the dining room are opened and majestic giraffes peek their long necks in for a visit right at your table. You can even feed them straight out of your hand! You may also like to try some of these unique hotels as well.
Nestled in the Andes Mountain Range in Peru, Ausangate Mountain has earned the nickname of Rainbow Mountain because of its striped colors ranging from turquoise to lavender and everything in between! But its appearance, created by weathering and mineralogy, isn’t the only thing mystical about this mountain—it’s also incredibly hard to get to. You must hike for several days to reach its peak. The site is a place of daily worship for locals and home to packs of alpaca. If you like this, you should also check out these photos of the most colorful towns in the world.