Welcome to Community Baboon Sanctuary


CBS occupies about 20 sq miles, spread over a number of Creole villages in the Belize River valley. More than 200 landowners in seven villages have signed pledges to preserve the monkey's habitat, by protecting forested areas along the river and in corridors that run along the borders of their property. The black howlers have made an amazing comeback here, and the monkeys now roam freely all around the surrounding area.


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Community Baboon Sanctuary activities

$100 Outdoor Activities

Community Baboon Sanctuary

This amazing wildlife encounter starts in Belize City or its surrounding area at the location of your choice either at the hotel you are staying or at the water taxi terminals in Belize City. Pick up will be at 8.30am when the tour get started you will be transported in a very comfortable air condition van for approximately 1 hour to the Community Baboon Sanctuary located in the village of Bermudian Landing located just about 30 miles west of Belize City. Upon arrival you will get a chances to use the restroom facilities and then will be introduce to your site guide. The guide will provide a short presentation of the Sanctuary along with a tour of the Museum. Thereafter you will be taken to the Sanctuary itself hiking through the trail through the rain forest lead by the guide who will be pointing out important medicinal plants as you look around to locate the howler monkeys. Once they are found the guide will provide more information and try to call the monkeys to come closer. You will get a chance to take up close picture and you may even get to feed them some of there favorite leaves and plants in their habitat.  After your satisfied  that you have enough with these animals you will be return to the museum to access your transportation to return back to Belize City. From pick up to the drop off this tour will last approximately 31/2 hours. This half day activity includes your transportation, entrance fees, bottle water and a guide tour of the Community Baboon Sanctuary.

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