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Monkey Forest

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Route de Guerande-Herbignac, 44350 France
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Segway: "Inside the Historical Center of Nantes" - city tour Nantes - 1H00
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Segway: "Inside the Historical Center of Nantes" - city tour Nantes - 1H00

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Cruise Nantes on this scenic Segway tour, which allows you to see multiple attractions up close without wearing yourself out walking. Get an overview of the city’s monuments, history, and architecture. Tour the historic Bouffay district and visit the cathedral, castle, water mirror, and other celebrated landmarks. This tour offers a choice of departure times to work with your schedule.
US$37.10 per adult
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Yolla B wrote a review Feb 2019
Mill Park, Australia20 contributions
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We loved visiting monkey Forrest we got close to them one of the monkeys was cheeky he snatched my bottle of water of me it's a beautiful place to go to we will definitely be visiting there again in the near future.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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skymiles2015 wrote a review Aug 2015
Boston, Massachusetts2 contributions1 helpful vote
While visiting France from Boston, we stopped by Monkey Forest with the kids (15yo, 12yo and 10yo). It was a very exciting afternoon. We primarily did the Acrobranch with its obstacle courses, including awesome tree top high ropes and tricky crossings (with ladders, tunnels, walkways and bridges). We truly enjoy the spectacular zip lines that top it off. About 3 hours of fun and adventure – it was an awesome way to experience something a bit unique. The park is super safe and you can feel that the team is rigorously trained. At the end, we were even lucky to meet the Monkey! Bravo a toute l'equipe de Monkey Forest!
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Toubabsen wrote a review Jul 2011
Pornichet, France2 contributions10 helpful votes
This is the worst tree climbing parkI have been to (i have experience from 3 others previously in France and Norway), the site is poorly maintained : plateforms are not straight, already some rust on wires and fastenings, nails sticking out of trees. The site is poorly delimited with ropes all over the places, the forrest is of the least interresting type and not well cleared. The site present other activities as well but everything is amateurish and does not give a good impression of safety.
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Date of experience: July 2011
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isa9999 wrote a review Feb 2011
London, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
many games in the trees but also zorb kart bike and a barefoot path that was something, very exciting but also feeling instead of thinking is great each one of the family found something interesting to do
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Date of experience: September 2010
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Rob wrote a review Sep 2010
Surrey, UK14 contributions14 helpful votes
We went to Monkey World in August 2010. It's a few acres of forest, that the owner has rigged up with rope bridges, swings, zip wires etc. You start off by getting a harness and some instruction on how to keep yourself clipped to the safety wires at all times & then you're free to explore. There are (I think) a dozen different routes through the trees, each colour coded according to difficulty. My 6 & 8 year olds loved it, and loved working their way through the easier courses, scampering up nets and through barrels up in the trees and then whizzing down the zip wires on pulleys. It really is fun for all ages and there are a few black runs which are up in the tree tops and are quite scary. We spent an hour there but you could easily spend half a day I think. There's a cafe on site and the instructors are friendly & helpful.
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