The Safari Collection’s “Giraffe Manor” is an exclusive boutique hotel just outside Nairobi that will transport you back to how Kenya looked in the 1930s. The ivy-covered, brick colonial-era mansion, modeled on a Scottish hunting lodge, is situated on 12 acres of private land in an indigenous forest that measures 140 acres.
The Turkana tribe, which is the second largest pastoralist community in Kenya, Africa, after the Maasais, lives in small dwellings made from palm leaves, wood, and animal skins near the shores of Lake Turkana, one of the harshest and most inhospitable places on Earth.
Ever wondered what it would be like to live inside a two-story-tall wooden beagle, dine with monkeys, sloths, and toucans in the jungle or sleep under the endless African night sky? Follow our guide to some of the quirkiest places to stay around the world and plan your next travel adventure.