Not only a great opportunity for wildlife photography but a chance to pet animals while walking through a beautiful botanical garden on a beach-front park preservation at 20-acre Gumbalimba Park. Our tour wasn’t an official photo walk, but I created my own photo scavenger hunt as the park featured: white faced capuchin monkeys, exotic birds and other indigenous island animals. Enjoy a glimpse of the park through our photo walk.
Pirates, Birds & Monkeys of the Caribbean
October 3, 12:00PM - 4:00PM
• $49.99/pp. hosted by Carnival
* includes park entry fees and transportation
Our shuttle to/from Mahogany Bay cruise port to Gumbalimba Park.
A few photo-op moments:
They also offer ziplining at an additional cost... And, off at the distance, is the beach. But it was a drizzling and intermittent rainy day so we didn't visit the area.
If you get hungry, they have a cafe.
I took notice of the nicely tiled decor.
The green iguana:
Jesus Lizard - able to run across the water:
Such colorful macaws:
Here we visit and make friends with white capuchin monkeys as they fed them sunflower seeds:
Yes, he pee'd... then, dragged his body over my head/face. Oh well... no worries the laundry and shower can't fix.
Three-toed sloths hanging around:
This beautiful toucan: