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The kids loved seeing the monkeys and hearing them. It was a great experience and I would highly recommend it. Great for kids of all ages. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and was able to get the monkeys to respond.
My wife and I didn't stay at Monkey Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, but we did go on a half-day canoeing trip down the Sibun River with them, so this review is for the canoeing trip, not the place itself. Planning the tour was easy and various...More
For lodging in the immediate area, you're limited to Monkey Bay, the Tropical Education Center, and rooms at the nearby Cheers or Amigo's restaurants (no thank you). We appreciate and are willing to pay a modest increase for ambiance, so we booked at Monkey Bay...More
Camped here for the night. Good place, great communications, lovely staff, but expensive. Had dinner which was well cooked and plenty of, again good staff. But the camping price seemed high for what we got. Hoping the money goes to conservation.
When I went for a sleep away expedition, they made me feel welcome, at home, and comfortable. We through rocks at the coconut trees to get the coconuts down, we picked fresh mangos from the mango trees, hung out in the hammocks, ate delicious food,...More
Let me be more specific. Any bus heading to Benque that is not an Express Bus will drop you. Just catch the bus at the main terminal in Belize City and tell the conductor you are going to Monket Bay just after Cheers... More
Let me be more specific. Any bus heading to Benque that is not an Express Bus will drop you. Just catch the bus at the main terminal in Belize City and tell the conductor you are going to Monket Bay just after Cheers restaurant.
They will drop you at the entrance and you walk in a tenth of a mile.
Now that's better...