This “hangout” should be at the top of your bucket-list: Daniel Johnson’s Monkey And Sloth Hangout

If you want to have the BEST TOUR OF YOUR LIFE, check out Daniel Johnson’s Monkey and Sloth Hangout on Roatan, Honduras!

New tourist & old tourist, even the tour guides on Roatan suggest this amazing hangout to anyone visiting this amazing island!

Daniel provides top of the line service anybody would love. His own personal sanctuary includes 2 different very well cared for types of monkeys, several loving sloths that love to hug and take pictures, beautiful macaws including an Army Green Macaw, parrots, raccoons and coatis. You can go into the cage and feed the birds and monkeys. They sit on your head and shoulders and eat the seeds right out of your hand.

The entire staff is super wonderful and attentive toward all the animals. They treat the animals so well, and let them run as free as they need. They treat the animals so well, that when they let them out of their cage, the animals come backThe animals were all rescues and are now living in the great care provided by Daniel and his staff! This is a highly recommended tour to take while visiting the gorgeous island of Roatan!

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