Just go. There's nothing like seeing these animals in the wild, but sadly, for many reasons, the one's at the Sanctuary are there because they are not ready, or never will be for some, to re-enter the forests. The benefit as a visitor is twofold. One, you get to actually interact with many species (think howler moneys crawling on your head), and second...you are paying an entrance fee that goes to no better cause I can think of in this area.
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