When visiting a baboon area there are certain precautions you must take, not only for your own safety but also that of the baboons. Respect that baboons are wild animals and may act unpredictably. Keep food and bags out of sight and the windows of vehicles closed.
Tourists and visitors
Chacma baboons form part of the Cape Peninsula’s rich biodiversity and are protected under conservation law. When visiting natural areas and nature reserves in the region please adhere to guidelines when encountering these animals. Read more.
The safety of your clients and that of the baboons is paramount. Enjoy the baboon experience but keep in mind they are wild animals and are unpredictable. You can see them close up, but keep your distance. Read more.
Take only photographs, leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time. - Unknown