This place is just brilliant. We were a bit worried that we would be the only adults amongst loads of children's but no, there were more adults than children and this is because it isn't a zoo, it is a sanctuary. We were lucky that nearly all the monkeys were active when we visited but we were well aware that it could be the opposite. The keeper talks were really interesting and some of the stories are heartbreaking, it is so nice to see these beautiful animals safe and happy. Eating facilities are good there, we had coffee and cake when we arrived (all for fundraising!!) and a pasty at lunch time, all very reasonably priced.
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