It is very comforting to know that there are organizations that care about animals, this place is a live testimony of it.
The Center features a multitude of apes, chimpanzees, and monkeys. All live in large open enclosures or very large cages with an array of ladders, platforms, etc. for them to use. All have secure enclosures, but a number of the most interesting, such as great apes, have enclosures that allow visitors to come close enough to see well and take... More
This center is run by western experts with locals helping. It is near limbe and across from the Botanical Gardens. It has a good selection of primates and they seem as happy as they can be while in enclosures. The center is clean and very informative.
This was an excellent way to spend a morning. It was very clean and orderly. The animals had reasonable size cages and were easy to view. Most of the animals are primates with the exception of a snake and a small antelope.
We had no idea what to expect when our Cameroon hosts brought us to the Limbe Wildlife Center. A former zoo, today it’s a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation project in English-speaking South West Cameroon. It’s home to critically endangered wildlife species including gorillas, chimpanzees, and several species of monkeys, among some reptiles and birds. You can spend hundreds of green... More
There is good number of different primates. I was amazed by the animals and I found the personnel very helpful as well. It is not something you should miss if you are around Limbe, especially that the beautiful Botanical Garden is just nearby.
The wildlife center was very informative and had plenty of primates that lived in very spacious cages! Better than any primate center in the United States!
The Limbe wildlife centre will be shocking to many European Zoo Visitors, but the staff do their best to keep primates alive. Living in Limbe I've been there several times and try my best to support them.
There were lots of different kinds of primates, mainly housed here to protect them for extinction, rather than to show them off. This is not a safari-type reserve, it's really a small zoo. All animals are in caged areas, but with lots of open running room. Signs describing the animals are well-worn and need replacement. Worth the visit if you're... More
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