Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
The most commonly known species of lemur is the ring-tailed lemur, which is also the National animal of Madagascar.
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welcome to monkeyland - a true primate sanctuary

Monkeyland is the worlds first free roaming multi-specie primate sanctuary.

Monkeyland has as one of its aims, to create awareness about the plight of primates and to show that with a greater understanding of our primate cousins, that we can all live in harmony.

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Lemurs

Around 63 million years ago, our lemur-like ancestors inhabited much of the supercontinents Gondwanaland and Laurasia. We know this because fossils have been found as f...


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Talapoin monkeys Miopithecus talapoin

Talapoin monkeys are the two species of Old Wo...


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monkeyland photo gallery - most recent pictures
Black and White Ruffed Lemur
Black and White Ruffed Lemur
grooming
grooming monkeys
vervet on bridge at Monkeyland
Vervet on bridge
Einstein the lemur
Einstein the lemur
gibbon
whitehanded gibbon
baby monkey
baby vervet monkey
shy monkey
shy vervet monkey
male vervet
vervet monkey
Lemur
Black-and-white Ruffed Lemur
meeting a monkey
meeting a monkey at Monkeyland
Capuchin Monkey
Capuchin Monkey
on safari at Monkeyland
on safari at Monkeyland
Tasty Flower
Monkey eating flower
Baby Vervet
Baby Vervet Monkey
Squirrel Monkeys
Squirrel Monkeys in Plett
Way to cute baby Vervet Monkey
Baby Vervet Monkey
Hungry Lemur
Ringtail Lemur
Vervet Monkey
Vervet Monkey
Lemur sitting
Ringtail Lemur sitting (funny! ...
Monkeys in the forest
Monkeys in the forest
Vervet Monkey at Monkeyland
Vervet at Monkeyland
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"The most important environmental issue is one that is rarely mentioned, and that is the lack of a conservation ethic in our culture. "
Christian Schaurerte, curator of primates, Monkeyland

 

 


 
GPS Co-ordinates:
Turn off to Monkeyland & Birds of Eden
from N2 S33º 56' 46.09" E23º 29’ 8.13”
5.4(1.1)
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