Monkey Town Primate Centre
Tammy, Ruby and Sunny are three of the hundreds of animals who have found a home at the Monkey Town Primate Centre in Somerset West. The three chimpanzee sisters take delight in entertaining guests.
There are 230 animals, 28 exotic species, khoi ponds, birds and small antelope, who are all cared for by dedicated staff. Take a tour via an enclosed walkway through their living space, a huge enclosure where the animals are allowed to roam freely.
Some of the animals include hamadryas baboons, squirrel monkeys and chimpanzees.
After enjoying a guided tour, refreshments are sold at the fully licensed restaurant, and children can enjoy themselves at the play park or swim in the pool. A large braai and picnic area is also available.
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