Save the Chimps Sanctuary, in Fort Pierce, Florida, celebrates, next September 15, 2012, the Members Day, on behalf of the tenth anniversary of the rescue of the 266 chimpanzees who used to be tortured at the former Coulston Foundation, which broke and had its facilities purchased with primates by the sanctuary.
On this special day, more than 2,000 members of the sanctuary who help to maintain the facilities each year will be able to visit it divided in small groups, with no personal contact with the chimps, just visual.
For this visit, each member will make a donation of $ 50 per adult and $ 20 for teens (10-17 years old).
The visit, which takes approximate 60 minutes, will travel a mile on a road that gives access to the various islands / enclosures of the sanctuary, as you can see in the picture. For those who cannot walk this distance, it will have a motor "tour" in electric golf cars.
Get in touch and make your reservation to the time that best suits you. Meet the Biggest Chimpanzee Sanctuary of the world, which houses 300 rescued primates of medical laboratories, Air Force, circuses, zoos and private individuals.
Help with your visit and your donation to keep this temple as unique in the world.