Monkeyland is situated in The Crags in the Western Cape, South Africa.
Monkeyland is one of three sanctuaries in the Plettenberg Bay area managed by the South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance, the others being Birds of Eden and Jukani Wildlife Sanctuaries. It is the world’s first free roaming multi-specie primate sanctuary.
Visitors are taken on a guided tour to see these free-roaming mammals in their natural habitat. Of the 550 resident primates, some are rescued or rehabilitated and some born in the sanctuary. Monkey species you can encounter are Spider Monkey, Ringtail Lemurs, Bushbabies, Saki Monkeys, Squirrel Monkeys, Howler Monkeys and Capuchin and many more. The guides are very knowledgeable, parting with monkey secrets while taking a stroll through the beautiful 23 hectare forest, which includes a walk across Africa’s longest rope suspension bridge - a truly wonderful way to spend a few hours.
Why not consider adopting a primate from Monkeylands’ custodian Touch a Monkey’s Heart Foundation and save a monkey?
An admission fee of between R88 and R175 is charged.
Combo packages for entry into two or all three sanctuaries are available. Prices are subject to change so please contact Monkeyland directly to confirm prices.
Summer months, November to March will have average temperatures of between 15˚C and 28˚C with high rainfall in October.
Winter months, May to August will have average temperatures of between 7˚C and 21˚C with the lowest rainfall in June.
Chemair offers flights from Johannesburg and Cape Town directly to Plettenberg Bay. Other Commercial Airlines offer flights into George Airport. The N2 highway will take past Knysna and on to Plettenberg Bay, approximately a one to two hour drive. Car hire facilities are located at the Airports.
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