Skal Garden Route Member In Miami To Receive International Award
Skål Garden Route is delighted to announce that the South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance (SAASA), owners of Monkeyland in The Crags, 2 more sanctuaries in Plet (The Crags) & 1 in Balito, KZN is the winner of the 2019 Sustainable Tourism Award in the category Major Tourist Attractions. Lara Mostert was in Miami to collect the award on behalf of SAASA.ational invited entries for the 2019 Sustainable Tourism Awards. A total of 56 entries from 25 countries from all over the world have t...
The Lowdown In Plett High Five
The boss of adventure destinations, Plettenberg Bay, is bringing out the big guns for a season of adventure in nature: brace yourself for the Plett HIGH FIVE, the best excuse to head to Plett from 23 – 29 September 2019.
Our African Grey Project At Our Sister Sanctuary Birds Of Eden
The aim: Finding a decent solution for the washouts of the African Grey Parrot pet industry in South Africa, a new home for ex-pet African Grey Parrots.
Monkeyland Kzn To Open 13th Of April 2019
Yes it is finally happening. The South African Animal Sanctuary Alliance is adding a Fourth sanctuary to the mix. The newest addition will be a primate sanctuary and for the first time ever the SAASA sanctuary will not be located on the Garden Route of South Africa. The new primate sanctuary dubbed MonkeylandKZN will be in the equally beautiful Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Do Lemurs Really Have Two Tongues?
Lemurs are small primates that live in Madagascar, spending most of their time in trees. They typically live in social groups of 13 to 18 lemurs, and help develop these bonds by grooming each other regularly. Lemurs have a main tongue used for eating, but they have a second tongue hidden under the first.
13million Year Old Monkey Skull Found In Kenya
A group of scientists have found what may be the most intact fossilized primate skull ever discovered, and the find could shed light on the common evolutionary heritage shared by apes and humans.
The Wild Wildlife Of Monkeyland
Here is the proof that I am sharing my world with wild animals. One of my favourite things about living in a rural area (The Crags - Plettenberg Bay) is that I share my world with wild animals. This morning when I arrived at work the wild animals decided for me that I will be late getting into my office.