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Community Baboon Sanctuary, Belize District

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.1/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
Home to more than 2,000 howler monkeys, over 250 bird species, and a wide array of other animals that frequent the area, Community Baboon Sanctuary invites you to observe fascinating creatures in their natural habitat. The sanctuary, which stretches for over 51 sq km (20 sq mi), is one of the first of its kind in the world. It came about thanks to over 200 land owners from seven villages, who pledged their land to protect the endangered monkey species. Speak to knowledgeable guides who take you through the nature preserve and teach you about the local animal and plant life. Plan your Community Baboon Sanctuary visit and explore what else you can see and do in Ladyville using our Ladyville vacation generator.
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  • Very much enjoyed what the people here were doing to help the monkeys in the community! The walk was very enjoyable, and we even got a tour of the city on the way there! 
  • We went to the shrine shortly after that became a hurricane at Belize. Still had many damage natural but the Guide, a person that is raised in this community, was very friendly and explained as was before all and as were trying to of solve those problems for help to them monkeys. The monkeys approached in search of bananas and we could touch them. There were about 7 of them. They also shared juice and tamales made in the same community
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  • We took a 12 noon bus from Belize City, it drops you off right in front of the visitor centre in Bermudian Landing. It took 1hr 15mins & cost BZ$3. The small museum has informative & interesting poste...  read more »
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