Monkeyland KZN is already in process and the team is working hard on getting everything ready for visitors to go and see the re-homed primates in a large natural forest starting November 2018.
The sanctuary is located in the Ballito area and a mere 16km from the King Shaka Durban International Airport.
The need for a 2nd Monkeyland has become more urgent over the last couple of years. As more people are educated about why a pet monkey is not a good idea the curators at Monkeyland Plettenberg Bay has seen an increase in calls from people wanting a better future for their pet monkey’s. Thus, the mission at Monkeyland KZN will continue to be one of education for a greater understanding of our primate cousins and the threats they are facing. Not only the pet trade but the bush meat trade, deforestation, etc.