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The Community Baboon Sanctuary is one of the first of its kind in the the world in terms of how it is set up. It is a Non Governmental,community base organization which is manage by the Women's Conservation Group(Local women from the area). The...more
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Dwayne was our guide. He was great. We got to see the Howler Monkeys and learn so much about them. Don’t miss out on this experience. It is absolutely amazing. It is cruelty-free. You trek to find the monkeys up in the trees. They are...More
This is the best place to visit if you love nature and animals in their natural habitat. This was so educational regarding the howler monkeys and birds.
Our guide was very knowledgeable and able to communicate with the monkeys drawing them down from the trees...More
Late afternoon and our guide Robert took us out to find the howlers. He is incredibly knowledgeable and shows true dedication to preserving these animals. What a wonderful experience and photos galore.
I do recommend having mosquito repellant..they can be pretty bad.
I had a great experience at the Baboon Sanctuary. They are passionate about educating the community on the history of the Sanctuary and really want you to learn a bit about why they are there. The guides were so knowledgeable about the space. Please note...More
We spent a morning at the Sanctuary first learning about the programs and initiatives and then taking a walking tour around the property. It was a very informative program and I love how you can see a successful grassroots initiative that is working to protect...More
You walk in a path through the jungle with a guide. He takes you to a tree. Never imitates monkey howls. The mother howler and the babies come down and you can snap your pics. He mentions a little about the trees . But one...More
An excellent adventure for those wanting some one-on-one information gathering about the flora and fauna of the area. Wonderful experience visiting with the wild black howlers who are accustomed
to humans so you can get pretty close for some great photos and to truly see...More
We visited the Sanctuary on our way from the airport to our accommodations. It was my first adventure in Belize and it was Amazing! The guides (Robert and friend) are so knowledgeable about all of the flora and fauna. We saw a howler family and...More
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In general, you tip 10% in Belize. The average Belizan makes $1.50 USD per hour. I'm a generous tipper and gave 40 belizan dollars. The guide was surprised I tipped so much. I'd say probably 10 Belizan dollars would be ok... More
In general, you tip 10% in Belize. The average Belizan makes $1.50 USD per hour. I'm a generous tipper and gave 40 belizan dollars. The guide was surprised I tipped so much. I'd say probably 10 Belizan dollars would be ok though.