Community Baboon Sanctuary

Belize City

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Community Baboon Sanctuary

Community Baboon Sanctuary's primary objective is preserving and safeguarding the black howler monkeys of Belize. Spanning over an area of 18 square miles (29 square kilometers) in the heart of the jungle, the sanctuary is home to approximately 1,500 monkeys along with a diverse range of other fauna including anteaters, armadillos, iguanas, turtles, deer, and more than 200 species of birds. A lot of tours and tourist experiences are available for the Community Baboon Sanctuary.

Do & See

Belize City offers a range of activities and attractions for visitors to explore. Immerse yourself in the city's rich history by visiting its historical sites, museums, and cultural centers, such as the Museum of Belize, Belize Arts Council, and Factory Art Image Foundation. Additionally, while in Belize City, you can savor the local cuisine or go shopping for local handicrafts.