Community Baboon Sanctuary
One of the largest populations of the Black Howler Monkey is located at the Community Baboon Sanctuary in the Belize River Valley.
Community Baboon Sanctuary is Best For
Directions to Community Baboon Sanctuary
One of the largest populations of the Black Howler Monkey is located at the Community Baboon Sanctuary in the Belize River Valley. Visitors who delight in the thought of a monkey sitting on their shoulder may want to make plans to head to this spot
Interact with the baboons
Over 1000 howler monkeys reside at the Community Baboon Sanctuary, and guests here have the opportunity to learn about the primates and interact with them. The sanctuary also offer other activities for guest staying within the area and close by such as Early Morning Bird Watching, (over 250 species of birds are found within the sanctuary), canoe trips down the Belize Old River, Croc Night Adventures via canoe, and Night Hikes through the forest.
Additionally, those planning to spend the whole day exploring the sanctuary can contact the CBS visitor center via email or phone to arrange for caterers within the sanctuary to provide food for small or large group.
Community Baboon Sanctuary is located 19.4 miles west of Ladyville, a village in Belize; it's to the northeast of Belmopan.
You can see these beautifull animals at Belize Zoo
If you've had enough time on your feet, and are ready to eat, you can pick from at least a few food and beverage spots in the vicinity of the nature preserve. Black Orchid, which offers International dishes, is also the most convenient option for visitors of this nature preserve.
Additional nearby attractions include Belize Zoo and Tropical Education Center, which is within driving range in Central Belize. You might also want to think about visiting Gran's Farm, which is another attraction close by.