Monkey River is a coastal watercourse in central Belize that rises in the Maya Mountains and discharges to the Caribbean Sea near Monkey River Town and it’s one of Belize's major rivers. Habitats in this watershed provide cover for such diverse species as the Ocelot, Jaguar, Yucatan black howler monkey, Bare-throated tiger heron, Morelet's crocodile, Fer-de-lance and Manatee.
Stop on Monkey River Town for a local meal and get back to the boat to head to the river bank were you’ll stop for a small hike and get the chance to see the howler monkeys closely.
While you get back to the shore you’ll make a stop on a well-known manatee habitat and hopefully you’ll get a chance to see them.
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