The Monkey Sanctuary of Boabeng Fiema was the last place students from Kyerewaa Memorial would choose for an excursion. The quest to experience wildlife in its natural habitat would, however, be enough persuasion for a teacher to get six of her class to follow her to the sanctuary.
They made their journey to Boabeng Fiema, from where they secured the services of a tour guide, who led them into the sanctuary. Their expectation of a beautiful, academic excursion was crudely cut short when loud drumming and chants pierced the silence that was characteristic of the sanctuary. These loud noises were the result of very unnatural and barbaric rituals that targeted monkeys for sacrifices.
Unsettled by this, the monkeys would respond with a self-defense stance to prevent more deaths. Caught in the midst of this ensuing scuffle, Miss Brefi and her students are presented with a whole new experience that was unexpected and very unacademic.
Miss Brefi and her students must now find their way out of the forest and out of harms way. With their tour guide dead, they must work together to outwit the monkeys, who were now on a rampage to kill anything human.