Nice way to spend a few hours and what a wide variety of animals. Nice drive too! Just watch or you could miss it! Enjoy!
I recently spent a morning visit to the Suncoast Primate Sanctuary and was treated to a wide variety of animals, including Chimps, an Orangutan, a newly acquired Gibbon, ring-tailed lemurs, spider monkeys, tortoises, alligators, etc. I'm always torn between getting a chance to see these amazing animals and seeing them in caged conditions. The Foundation runs on donations and the... More
This attraction does not have any curb appeal or big roadside signs or a large parking lot. You can pass it by without even realizing that you missed it. GPS is great, but I have posted some pics that will show you what to look for on the road. I have had issues with pics lately so I hope these... More
We had been meaning to check out this sanctuary for last two years and finally decided to visit. There are our more animals than i had expected. The price was a bit more than I would normally want to pay, however, it is clear that the cost goes directly to the well being of the animals. The volunteers were nice... More
Hidden behind the foliage and blah entrance lies a magical land of primates and exotic animals. So much to learn about these creatures and it's addicting -- we did not want to leave! Pick a day that's not so hot (I know, not many in Florida, but try) and bring a lunch.....hang out with these incredible animals and the staff... More
I cannot believe how great of a day we were able to have for such a low cost. I purchased the Groupon, $10.00 for two admissions and monkey food. For starters, the staff there is extremely pleasant. Everyone was willing to stop what they were doing to answer any questions or let you know of a feeding or educational talk... More
What to say? Well first off. A volunteer was not viciously attacked , she broke protocol , it was human error not the animals fault by any means, yes the volunteers there do what they can, yes the animals need more , yes they should be able to be on grass and in trees when they live in a Sanctuary!!... More
Spent a week on the gulf and couldn't wait to go to the Primate Sanctuary. I had to keep reminding myself that these primates were rescues and are grateful for that. All the volunteers had such great, upbeat attitudes. I was just disappointed that the grounds and cages were in such disrepair. The monkeys all seemed to be happy, with... More
My family has such a nice time when we visit this sanctuary! I remeber going there when I was a kid! They have been around for a long time! Please go and help this place to keep on helping the animals!
very hard working staff with a ton of work to do. Its a must to stop by and see how great people spend thier day. So go feed the monkeys and enjoy your day.
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