The guide was especially knowledgable. Great little tour. There were super opportunities for photos with the monkey.
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Monkeyland is amazing. I was a bit skeptic at first, but in the end had a great time. You get to walk around in the forest with free roaming monkeys - with an experienced guide to tell you all about the different species that you...More
We enjoyed the variety of monkey species. You really get to walk around inside the cage with the maonkeys.
Really recommend Monkeyland. As someone who researched everything thoroughly to make sure we weren't visting 'sanctuaries created for tourists rather than animals' I am really pleased to say this is definately not one of those. Quite the contrary, the 11 different breeds found here have...More
A monkey sanctuary without any netting or formal cages, amazed all of us. A wide variety of primates keeps the tour interesting. The guide was friendly and knowledgeable. Staff go out of their way to accommodate wheelchairs
We really enjoyed seeing so many monkeys if various types, absolutely amazing. These monkeys are not caged in. They can come and go as they please, but they always come back for a free meal. Just amazing interactions, they monkeys and lemurs will actually come...More
I will be honest and say I wasn't really looking forward to this. I've seen many monkeys in temples in Asia and they weren't particularly friendly. This was a totally different experience. You are taken into a huge forested area and you have no idea...More
This is definitely a must do in the area. Our guide Andrew was funny and knowledgeable. The monkeys were, well, monkeys. The only downside was a bit of misinformation given to us when we arrived. We were told that if we want to get a...More
If you have not been to Monkeyland, you should definitely put it on your list of things to do on the Garden Route. Upon entering you are immediately in a natural forest. The primates are incredibly curious creatures just like us humans. We were lucky...More