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I had hoped to see some animals at Kakum National Forest while walking on the canopy walk but we saw none (only a butterfly). So we decided to stop and see live monkeys. It was a very and very entertaining decision. I will look forward...More
We stopped by for like 5 minutes. Seeing as it was a small monkey sanctuary we were hoping for a more one on one with the monkeys to touch and play with but its not allowed said the owner. The monkeys may scratch or run...More
Monkey sanctuary situated on the road to Kakum, run by a Dutchman and his Ghanaian assistant! Both very friendly and happy to spend around 45 minutes showing me around the sanctuary and the animals they have there, which include monkeys, tortoises, a couple of alligators....More
These place must be closed right now. Animals are in reduce jails. They can not do nothing inside.
You can see everything in 3 minutes.
We try to explain to the owner, at the end of the 3 minutes walk, and he got angry.
I have been visiting every time iam in Ghana. The monkeys are still in full Joy. This time i met Two New baby monkey. The ananimals are kept safe from the locals arround the arier. I will for sure go back next time to visit.
This place has a feel that people are trying but not quite sure how to maintain the cages and look after the animals. If this place was better maintained then I think it would be a much better place to visit.
It is up to...More
Amazing place. Dirk is such a friendly guy, who loves his monkeys and takes good care of them. If you were annoyed by the extremely touristic Kakum National Park and it's insane prices, definately visit the resort. It's location is in beautiful, untouched nature and...More
The monkey forest is definitely worth a visit. As for what you will get, it's a roll of the dice, but either way I think you will be pleased. The animals are well cared for and live here for their own protection, due to the...More