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The Management of the Community Baboon Sanctuary regrets to inform you that the EXPO planned for the weekend of November 29th & 30th is being postponed until further notice. The weather conditions and predictions for the next couple of days, and flooding of some of the communities have forced us

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The Community Baboon Sanctuary (CBS) is getting ready to complete its Global Environmental Facility (GEF) Small Grant Project entitled “Promoting Environmental Conservation Through Community Mobilization in the Community Baboon Sanctuary”. This project was launched on 18th March 2012 and has as its main goal to enhance the sustainable development of

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The CBS is a wonderful place to experience the wonders of a Belizean Rainforest first hand. Guests can interact with nature and enjoy the hospitality of the local community in one of the most innovative and unique community-based ecotourist projects in Central America. The CBS promises a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for

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Remember Hurricane Richard? It slammed Belize last October. One writer describe it as this: “Demolished, topless and water-drenched homes, uprooted trees, downed power-lines, mangled signs and billboards, and scattered zinc and debris were the evidence that Hurricane Richard left today in its aftermath…” There was a lot of damaged and

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The Community Baboon Sanctuary through funding from the PACT Small Grant is implementing a new project aimed at protecting the population of howler monkeys and other endangered species in the area and the ecosystems in which they live. The main activities under this project are: Board development training for the

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We were recently featured in an article on BBC Travel – Belize’s Lessons in eco-tourism. “Support community-driven tourism enterprises. Attractions such as the Community Baboon Sanctuary and the Toledo Ecotourism Association are beautiful places to explore. As a bonus, visiting them helps drive economic activity in rural areas.” This article