Reach out and touch these fabulous jungle friends the Black Howler Monkey at the Baboon Sanctuary. Here at the Baboon Sanctuary these Howler Monkeys roam over 200 acres of land..
The Community Baboon Sanctuary is the natural habitat of the Black Howler Monkey (also known as ‘baboon’ in Belize) and many other wildlife. Over 200 private landowners in seven villages, stretching over 20 square miles, have voluntarily pledged to conserve their land for the protection of the Black Howler Monkey habitat. Many of these landowners benefit directly from the Sanctuary thanks to eco-tourism.
The tour is a great experience for visitors who love the rain forest and want to witness Black Howler Monkeys in the wild.
Belize City is located at the mouth of the Belize River on the coast of the Caribbean. The city is the country’s principal port and its financial and industrial hub. Several cruise ships drop anchor outside the port. The tour includes a visit of Fort George, the most colonial area in the City with the Memorial Park, the Baron Bliss Grave and Bliss Lighthouse, the historical sites such as the St. John’s Cathedral, one of the oldest churches and the House of Culture, a museum.
At the end of the day, you can get your free rum punch at the wet lizard where you can keep on monkeying around.
Cost – $50.00