People can see monkeys in their natural environment in the gorges of the Magaliesberg Mountain Range.
Those on South Africa holidays could be tempted to go to the Bush Babies Sanctuary in order to see a range of wildlife.
Spider, squirrel, capuchin and vervet monkeys are all housed at the enclosure, which provides them with the freedom of a natural environment, but also keeps them protected.
Tourists get to explore the area on elevated wooden walkways and there are a number of mountain springs and waterfalls to enjoy.
"Besides the beautiful setting and educational experience, the Sanctuary provides an insightful experience into the geological history of the Magaliesberg Mountain Range with a beautiful view of the Bushveld," the Tshwane Tourist Association observed.
Alternatively, holidaymakers could choose to go to the Dinokeng Big 5 Game Reserve, which has recently introduced eight lions.
As well as this, 12 elephants are due to arrive at the location in October.