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4600 U.S. 19 Alt, Palm Harbor

Monkey-Feeding Experience for Two or Four at Suncoast Primate Sanctuary (Up to 55% Off)

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Staffed by volunteers, nonprofit sanctuary provides safe haven for more than 100 animals, including chimpanzees, monkeys, and tropical birds

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THeheltons23
1 ratings1 reviews
May 6, 2019
Fantastic and dogs allowed as well.
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Bev
10 ratings4 reviews
March 9, 2018
Very friendly. Love what they are doing for the animals.
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TimTOP REVIEWER
15 ratings8 reviews
April 13, 2017
The staff are friendly, knowledgeable and cheerful. The animals are rescues and wouldn't survive if the sanctuary didn't take them in. Visit and learn. A little tip is to bring some healthy snacks from home to feed the animals and don't forget to have your picture taken holding an alligator.
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Anthony
7 ratings2 reviews
April 3, 2017
I have returned twice with out of town visitors and local friends. The staff is wonderful and committed to caring for and loving their primate friends :)
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Kathy
3 ratings2 reviews
April 1, 2017
Wonderful experience visiting these rescued primates. This private facility is not a zoo, rather a safe harbor for victimized primates. There are many varieties to see, from Pongo the gigantic orangutang to lemurs to chipanzees, to spider monkeys. There's also a handful of reptiles. A small, 2 year old alligator is available to safely pet if you can get it included in your price. Not many of the animals were interested in the $1 snack bags we bought because they were getting living spaces cleaned and fed lunch while we were there. This place is perfect for a 1-2 hour poke-along visit with out of town guests. Make sure you talk with the care givers - they'll help you understand the story behind the animals.
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Diane
4 ratings4 reviews
April 1, 2017
This is a great place that is doing great things!
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KylieTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
49 ratings23 reviews3 photos
March 7, 2017
Cool place! Would be even better if you could learn about the monkeys stories.
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rhonda
9 ratings3 reviews
March 6, 2017
nice and interesting place. best part was seeing congo eating peanuts
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About This Deal

Choose Between Two Options

  • $15.50 for admission for two, one bag of feed, and a picture with an alligator ($35 value)
  • $31 for admission for four, one bag of feed, and a picture with an alligator ($55 value)

Guests can watch and snap photos as chimpanzees, monkeys, and tropical birds enjoy food delivered through a feeding system during public hours, and pose for a photo with an alligator. Guests can also bring dogs on leashes, coolers, and lunch. Hours of operation for the general public are Thursday through Sunday 10AM to 4PM.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid during normal sanctuary hours. Not valid for special events or group packages. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Suncoast Primate Sanctuary

Staffed by a corps of chimp-loving volunteers working alongside veterinarians, the nonprofit Suncoast Primate Sanctuary provides a safe haven for more than 100 rescued animals. Chimpanzees and monkeys swing freely in their enclosures, living out their days after being moved from other environments, including zoos, sanctuaries, and research centers, or retiring from the film industry as animal actors and studio executives. During public hours, children and adults can wander among the menagerie to feed the monkeys and meet other critters such as orangutans, macaws, lemurs, and alligators.