Monkeyland and Birds Of Eden
Previously caged primates have found a refuge at this world-first sanctuary, where they are free to roam, forage and interact in a 23-hectare forest. One of the aims of Monkeyland is to protect and conserve as many primates as possible.
Multilingual guides will take you around the sanctuary, pointing out some of the 450 primates, which include apes, monkeys and lemurs. Visitors are encouraged to spot the primates for themselves. The knowledgeable guides will identify the primate.
Primates at Monkeyland have been physically and emotionally rehabilitated, and the standard of care exceeds regulations governing animal care.
Birds of Eden is a free-flight aviary, covered by a huge dome. More than 3 500 birds, making up 220 species, can be seen at Birds of Eden.
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