We all have suffered in Central Texas when it comes to the pandemic and traveling. At the beginning of 2021, I promised myself that I was going to travel more and see the world, but because of the shutdown, there was nothing that we could do.

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COME ENJOY A SAFARI RIGHT HERE IN CENTRAL TEXAS!

Due to the pandemic, some people are still reluctant to leave the country and go see the world like they deserve to, but if you want to travel in the safety of your own state, and maybe feel like you are on a safari, I have the perfect Airbnb for you. Enjoy the perfect safari at Blue Hills Ranch located in McGregor, Texas.

Giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi is one of 9 subspecies of giraffe.
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This adventurous rental is home to a 150-acre giraffe and animal sanctuary, and it’s only 20 minutes away from Downtown Waco.

Can you imagine just being in the woods in a lovely cabin relaxed with no one bothering you with your loved one, enjoying breakfast on the balcony, and a giraffe walks up to you for you to feed them? I don’t know about you, but that sounds like paradise to me.

I absolutely love the idea of this two-bedroom, one-bath Airbnb, and it’s only $250 a night. Um, sign me up immediately!

Now I know the only way to win you over is for you to see it for yourself, so here are some photos that convinced me that Blue Hills Ranch will be my next stop for my summer vacation!

The Perfect Safari Vacation Spot Is Right Here In Central Texas

Do you love wildlife? How about giraffes? If you want to get up close and personal with them while enjoying a comfy Airbnb, then Blue Hills Ranch located in McGregor, Texas is the perfect getaway for you and your family. Let's look around at this charming safari right here in our backyards.

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