Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
TAMHF is home to both primates (monkeys, lemurs and apes) and birds, who are unable to live natural lives because of the loss of a limb, an illness disability and/or psychological problem.
About our primates









Rates

Birds of Eden and Monkeyland forms part of The South African Animal Alliance.  Currently 3 sanctuaries fall under this conservation umbrella. The 3 sister sanctuaries are Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and Jukani.

Client Rates

These are the rates for Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and the Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary

 
1 Nov 2016 - 31 Oct 2017
1 Nov 2017 - 31 Oct 2018
1 Nov 2017 - 31 Oct 2018
Single Ticket:
(Monkeyland, Birds Of Eden or Jukani)
R 210.00 (adult)
R105.00 (child 3/12years)
R 230.00 (adult)
R 115.00 (child 3/12years)
R 260.00 (adult)
R 130.00 (child 3/12years)
Combo Ticket:
(Any 2 Sanctuaries)
R 320.00 (adult)
R 160.00 (child 3/12years)
R 360.00 (adult)
R 180.00 (child 3/12years)
R 410.00 (adult)
R 164.00 (child 3/12years)
Triptic Ticket
Three Sanctuary Hopper (all 3 Sanctuaries)
R 430.00 (adult)
R 215.00 (child 3/12years)
R 450.00 (adult)
R 225.00 (child 3/12years)
R 520.00 (adult)
R 204.00(child 3/12years)

 

  • Monkeyland and Birds of Eden are open from 8am to 5pm, unless other times are pre-arranged
  • Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary is open daily from 9am to 5pm - the last tour departs strictly at 4pm
  • All our sanctuaries are all weather facility
  • Able to accommodate all ages and all group sizes
  • Entrance fee to Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and Jukani is a day rate
  • Children under the age of 3 are free
  • We offer a pensioner rate to all our South African Pensioners of 10% off our normal rate
  • At both Monkeyland & Jukani all the tours are conducted by our safari guides, tours lasts 1 hour
  • All our sanctuaries and sanctuary facilities are wheelchair accessible
  • All our sanctuaries have curio stores and restaurant facilities
  • Our sanctuaries are strictly no touch (hands off) facilities
  • We offer affordable sanctuary memberships (annual) options
  • Unless requested otherwise, tours are conducted in English or Afrikaans
  • We have multi-lingual safari guides at Monkeyland (German, French and Spanish)
  • Remember to pack your cameras, Selfie-Sticks and GoPro extenders are not permitted
  • Remember to please wear comfortable shoes
  • We offer a pensioner rate to all our South African

For Queries contact Lara +27(0)829795683 lara@monkeyland.co.za or Vijver +27(0)726132261 info@saasa.org.za

Entry to Monkeyland is free, yet this only entitles you to spend time on the forest deck, which also doubles as a restaurant named The Blue Monkey Cafe. You may not access our Monkeyland forest without a guide, Guided tours are charged.

 

From the restaurant area our primates can be seen and heard, but the free entry viewing is limited to the deck area. You have to go on tour to access the forest surrounding the restaurant area - this is where the primates free-roam.

We charge guest for the privilege of going on a monkey safari. A rate sheet is attached below.

The safaris are walking tours into the forest where the primates have been released and are free-roaming. The rangers will track the primates down & impart interesting information about them, the forest and anything else you come across. Part of the safari is across our 128 m canopy walk, which actually rises above the forest canopy for a birds eye view of this primate paradise.These walking safaris last an hour, and depart from reception each half hour. The tours depart daily, every half hour and are open-ended which means that you can go on more than one tour on the day you are visiting us.

 

Our safari guides are multi-lingual, languages spoken include German, Spanish, English, Afrikaans, Italian, French, Xhosa and Shangaan. Language specific tours can be arranged by contacting our front office or Lara (our marketing manager)

 

Birds of Eden is situated next to Monkeyland, and similar to Monkeyland requires no pre-booking unless a multi-lingual guide is required for a guided tour. The difference between Monkeyland and Birds of Eden is that you are able to stroll about the bird sanctuary without a safari guide whereas you cannot do so at Monkeyland.

Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary is located 7km before Monkeyland's turn-off (see map below) and this sanctuary is home to big cats such as lions (white and tawny), cheetahs, tigers (Siberian, Bengal and white), leopard (spotted and black), jaguar, pumas, caracal, serval cats and other wildlife species such as zebra, wild dog, springbuck, zorilla, honey badger, raccoons and various snake species (which are housed separately). Jukani opens at 9am and the last tours depart at 4pm.  All the sanctuary tours are guided.

 

We offer STO rates to tour operators and these are available via email or fax + 27 (0) 86 760 8605 or + 27 (0) 86 402 1848.  School group rates are also available on request.

You can also contact our marketing manager Lara Mostert and request a copy and/or further information about Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and/or The Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary if so required.

We always advise visitors to try an allocate an minimum of 4 hours for their visit to Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and The Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary.  If you allocate less time, you might miss out.  Our sanctuaries are tranquil and worth hanging out at for the day.

Phone: +27 (0) 44 534 8906 / +27 (0) 82 979 5683

Fax: + 27 (0) 86 760 8605 or + 27 (0) 86 402 1848

Associated Files:

Client Rates
3 Sanctuary Hopper Pass
recycle/Cover-GPL-PrimatesBirdsofEden.pdf
recycle/Cover-GPL-Jukani.pdf
 

 


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