Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary
in South Africa is the World’s first free-roaming, multi-species primate sanctuary.
Experienced rangers guide one-hour tours through Monkeyland’s indigenous forest in English, Afrikaans, German, French, Italian and Spanish.
More than 450 primates free-roam the Monkeyland’s forest. Around 450 apes, monkeys and lemurs live at Monkeyland, including gibbons, capuchin monkeys, squirrel monkeys, spider monkeys, miniature monkeys, vervets, saki monkeys, howler monkeys, two species of langurs and three species of lemur.
Birds of Eden in South Africa is the largest single dome free-flight aviary in the World. This forested sanctuary is home to over 3,500 birds of around 220 species. Birds of Eden is situated next to Monkeyland in The Crags 16km East of Plettenberg Bay off the N2.