Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary

Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary


I feel proud of these monkeys especially the females how They used to feed the young ones. God is wonders
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Boabeng-Fiema Monkeys
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From the Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary in Ghana, West Africa!
I wrote a blog with 10 reasons why you should visit Ghana.

One of the reasons is the fact that there is an incredible diversity in Ghana
Huge variety of local languages, landscapes differ per region, what one eats is different per region and also the main religion differs per region in Ghana. All this makes Ghana a wonderfully diverse holiday destination.

The picture is taken at Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary. About 2,5 hours from Moon&Star. While you travel to the north via Moon&Star guesthouse you could make this your next stop!

If you have any questions about traveling Ghana feel free to contact me anytime!
What are the visiting hours and will you be open December 29 and December 30? We have emailed and have not heard a reply. More infor will be helpful.
So friendly
So friendly
My first attachment place


Boabeng-Fiema is a place where every Ghanaian and every tourist ought to visit. It is a place where monkeys live
happily together with human beings.

Operating as usual


Kaakum yɛgye no kwakuo anum,i need the translation


When monkeys needs water badly and they get, this how they behave. still boabeng firma monkey sanctuary the best among the rest.


Boabeng Fiema monkey sanctuary is one of the best sanctuary in the world, we are the only sanctuary that can boost of having black and white colobus monkeys,we boost of having two species of monkeys living together without harming themselves, we boost of having the best tradition about our monkeys and the communities, we boost of having a nice and clean forest,we boost of having numbers of mahogany trees,we boost of having the best for you

Living with Monkeys: The story of Boabeng-Fiema 21/03/2021

Living with Monkeys: The story of Boabeng-Fiema

Check this out on GhanaWeb:

Living with Monkeys: The story of Boabeng-Fiema Correspondence from Bono East


Photos from Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary's post

03/08/2020 10/05/2019

Are you passionate about sharing your skills and experience with local community on projects to enhance the livelihood of children, orphanages by way of training, support and other activities.

Come join us as we go on hiking expedition for two days one night (3-4 August 2019) Hiking Expedition and Donation @ BoabengFiema monkey sanctuary community where we will be donating some reading, learning materials etc.

Its selfless visit and Donation to the Boabeng DA School) on the 4th August 2019.

Package includes:
Event coverage (audio, video, mp3/mp4
Branded T-Shirts
Water / Energy Drink
Sight-seeing as well as Waterfall experience.
Food (roasted chicken / fish, kenke, banku & salad by the camp fire).

For Sponsorship, reservation and participation.
📱 +233244411375

Or email
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Community tour to be introduce soon at Boabeng fiema monkey sanctuary




Boabeng Fiema monkey sanctuary still they bii


I am wondering ,can this be true,a monkey given birth to twins, so wonderful,according to the history of monkeys is very rare to see a monkey having twins but it has happened at Boabeng fiema monkey sanctuary,even according to our researches is rare to see such,but not know whether is a work of God or by spiritual, one of the colobus has given birth to twins and everybody in the community is wondering how did it happened,ladies and gentleman come to Boabeng fiema monkey sanctuary and have a look of this wonderful or WhatsApp on +233241681924 for more details


Within Boabeng fiema monkey sanctuary forest,at the ficus trail


Still boabeng fiema monkey sanctuary the best


How come this monkey force itself like this,all because of food.lets all support hygienic food.Boabeng fiema monkey sanctuary still they biii


HISTORY OF BOABENG-FIEMA MONKEY SANCTUARY. BFMS is an ecotourism site that has its roots based on African Tradition, culture, customs and religion aimed at creating a brotherly environment between man and animal. The African has a strong belief in their gods(deities) until the introduction of Christianity by the Europeans. These Europeans through Christianity caused the African to throw away their unique rich culture and the belief in worshipping their gods(deities). Some Africans however, decided to stick to their traditions, customs and culture. One of such people can be found within the twin villages of Boabeng and Fiema, located in the Nkoranza North District of the Bono Ahafo Region of Ghana. In about 1827, Nana Kwabena Panin, the chief of Sesedom, a suburb of Boabeng was asked by Nana Damoah Kwaku(Chief of Boabeng), to allocate a portion of land to the people of Fiema who had by then migrated from Kokofu in the Ashanti Region all the way to Nkoranza. The allocation of land to the people of Fiema was supported by the Chief of Nkoranza And for security reasons, Nana Kwabena Panin on the instructions of Nana Damoah Kwaku allocated to portion of land very close to Boabeng for the people of Fiema for settlement and farming There was a deity(smaller god) found by Nana Kwabena Amoah of Boabeng, known as Daworo under mysterious circumstances and place before the people of Fiema settled. When the deity(i.e Daworo) was found, it was surrounded by two Mona monkeys("Kwakuo") two Black and white Colobus monkeys("Efuo"). Nana Kwabena Amoah then brought the deity to Boabeng, of which these monkeys also followed suit. An Oracle was consulted to find the relationship between the deity("Daworo") and these mysterious monkeys. The Oracle declared that these monkeys should not be killed or harmed, because they were sacred. And that the monkeys are the children of the deity ("Daworo") and they would bring blessings to the community in future. In 1971, Mr. D.K. Akowuah, a member of the community had this unique sanctuary protected by the staff of the Department of Game and Wildlife, now Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission. In 1975, the Department of Game and Wildlife appointed Mr. D.K. Akowuah in consultation with the chiefs and elders of Boabeng and Fiema, as Officer-In-Charge of the Sanctuary. He worked from 1975 to 1991 and resigned to join Ghana Education Service. The ownership of land as well as the monkeys rests with the chief of Boabeng, all other surrounding villages added to the Sanctuary because they are all occupying parts of Boabeng Stool Lands When any of these monkeys die, either naturally or through accident, they are buried like a human being by the fe**sh priest ("Daworo Bosomfuor"). The dead monkey is wrapped in a white calico, put in a small prepared coffin and buried in the Monkey Cemetery after the pouring of libations. It is believed that, when a troup of Black and white Colobus monkeys make an unusual noise between the hours of 11:00pm and 12 midnight, an elderly person from the twin villages would die. Annual purification ceremonies are performed by the fe**sh priest of "Daworo" to pacify their ancestors and the gods for the protection of the people as well as the monkeys. Boaben-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary is a typical example of how tradition, customs and values can be used in the preservation and conservation wildlife in Ghana. Thank you all for your patience.

Source from Mr.D.K Akowuah


USA ambassador visited our sanctuary, thanks for coming hope to see you some other time with developmental projects 03/02/2017

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Keep the forest clean


Never treat or take the people God brings your way for granted because they might be carrying your blessings. Treat everyone with
care and respect.


Timeline Photos


As the rains come lets pray for the homeless and show kindness to our fellow men..... but most importantly let us all be reminded that there so much to thank our maker for...


City fm at Our site today to see de monkeys


Siamese twins separated successfully by God's
. like & type AMEN
. Share if they are cute


What a colobus


Timeline Photos


Timeline Photos


"Even though you may want to move forward in
your life, you may have one foot on the brakes.
In order to be free, we must learn how to let
go. Release the hurt. Release the fear. Refuse
to entertain your old pain. The energy it takes
to hang onto the past is holding you back from
a new life. What is it you would let go of
today?" — Mary Manin Morrissey


Aboa no da adwaa mu


Boabeng Fiema dey biiiii


Wat a thief


What a site to see


Tourist in the ficus tree with the mona monkey

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Post Office Box 181Boabeng

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday 08:00 - 17:00
Sunday 08:00 - 17:00