Visit Monkeyland - the worlds first free roaming multi-specie
primate sanctuary in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa.
Welcome to Monkeyland
A true primate sanctuary
Monkeyland is the worlds first free roaming multi-specie primate sanctuary. It's mission is to educate and foster greater understanding of our primate cousins and the threats and challenges they are facing.Read more
Award Winning Sanctuaries
The South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance (SAASA) consisting of Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and The Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary are winners of the Lilizela Service Excellence Awards - Best Visitor Experience 'Wildlife Encounters'; Skål International Sustainable Tourism Award - Best Major Attraction; winner of the 'Best Animal Welfare Initiative' and overall winner of the World Responsible Tourism Awards.
Donate R1000 to SAASA and receive a voucher for our WackyWildlife special
This voucher includes a visit to Monkeyland, Birds of Eden, the Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary and an unforgettable Ocean Blue Adventures cruise.Read More
TO PRE-PLAN YOUR ADVENTURE BOOK NOW.
- Single Tickets: R320
- Combo Tickets: R540
- TripTic Tickets: R640
- Children (aged 3 to 12): pay half price
- Children under 3 years are Free
There is no need to book, bookings cannot be made for the same day and will show as full. We always have space so pop on in.
For assistance, please contact us on 082 979 5683 or 072 613 2261. Masks required at all sanctuaries.Book A Tour
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The whole of science, and one is tempted to think the whole of the life of any thinking man, is trying to come to terms with the relationship between yourself and the natural world. Why are you here, and how do you fit in, and what's it all about.
I believe that conservation education is all about being excited about something. Seeing passion and enthusiasm helps push an educational message.
People must feel that the natural world is important and valuable and beautiful and wonderful and an amazement and a pleasure. The question is, are we happy to suppose that our grandchildren may never be able to see a monkey except in a picture book?
People are not going to care about animal conservation unless they think that animals are worthwhile.
At Monkeyland in Plettenberg Bay you've got the lemurs and monkeys leaping through the trees overhead. It's a chance to remember what the world can really be like.
The most important environmental issue is one that is rarely mentioned, and that is the lack of a conservation ethic in our culture.
Environmentalism opposes reckless innovation and makes conservation the central order of business.
I believe our biggest issue is the same biggest issue that the whole world is facing, and that's habitat destruction.