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Community Baboon Sanctuary

229 Reviews

Community Baboon Sanctuary

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Xunantunich and Cave Tubing Combo Tour from San Ignacio

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Explore the world of the ancient Maya on a combo tour in Belize with included transportation from San Ignacio. Your tour takes you from the heights of ceremonial temples to the depths of the Maya underworld on a cave tubing adventure. Climb pyramids and palaces on a guided tour of the Xunantunich archaeological site, and float through glittering caverns along an underground river. Sample modern Belizean culture with included lunch.
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Cathy G wrote a review Mar 2020
Baltimore, Maryland40 contributions16 helpful votes
We arranged for someone from the zoo to pick us up from where we were staying in Belmopan, bring us to the zoo, have a personal tour and then drop us off at our hotel in Belize City. Next time, I would stay at the sanctuary.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Debbie F wrote a review Mar 2020
Clearwater18 contributions4 helpful votes
This was part of a 2 place excursion, We booked this excursion from MSC Meraviglia cruise, it was the Howler Monkey Sanctuary & Belize Zoo Tour. The Howler Monkeys (Baboons) were cool. The problem we had was that most of the tour was walking & hiking through the woods & very little time with the monkeys, plus it was almost an hour bus ride there. After this tour, we were taken somewhere for lunch & then on to the zoo, which was another long ride. Bus air conditioning was not working well at all. Lunch was not very much food.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Claire And Kieron wrote a review Feb 2020
Prince George, Canada10 contributions1 helpful vote
This was an amazing place, our tour guide Dwayne was just in his mid 20's and it was clear he grew up immersed in wildlife and nature as he knew more about the habitat, the howler monkeys, nature, herbalism, mycology than most people we have ever met in our 50+ years ourselves as homesteaders, herbalists, mycologists and conservationists living in rural northern Canada. Those that wrote poor reviews were clearly expecting some kind of "westernised, modern, zoo". Thankfully, this was far from that. Belize is a third world country, still very primitive with a very poor economy and this is reflected in the very simple way of life for the people. Yet human invasion and capitalism is destroying the habitat of these beautiful creatures and so to contribute to supporting this nonprofit foundation goes some way to support the plight of the howler monkeys and the local communities that are the home grown experts in coexisting with them.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Lorianne81 wrote a review Feb 2020
Omemee, Canada23 contributions1 helpful vote
We were up in orange walk to see the Mayan ruins so it was worth the stop. It's $7 to enter the tour takes about an hour. It's not a real huge jungle more like a small forest. You don't need hiking gear. But you need big spray. If your up this way stop 100 percent guarantee you'll see monkeys
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Dominic Stalder wrote a review Jan 2020
Bern, Switzerland42 contributions8 helpful votes
We came to Bermudian Landing by bus, what took us about 8-10 hours from Placencia. We even stayed two nights in Bermudian Landing, but it was really not worth it, to be honest (this is the first time, I write a non-5-star comment!). Don't get us wrong, it is nice to see the howler monkeys, but that's it, there are not other things you can do in Bermudian Landing at all. The "tour" is only 7 bucks, but our tour guide was not motivated at all and the tour lasted about 30 minutes, that's it - no hiking as expected or no searching for other monkeys. If you pass by, it is OK, but to travel here: not at all.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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