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This is a place that should be a great experience spoiled by poor execution and aggressive staff. I’d happily pay the high entrance price (12USD) to walk through the national park independently. The ‘compulsory’ guides are the cause for concern and this poor review. We...More
This it did the forest to see the monkeys. We were not disappointed. A group of females with babies and males were on the ground feeding and we were able to take many photos. The entry fee is 7usd per person which includes a guide...More
You cannot miss a daily visit to Jozani Forest...red monkeys and a natural landscape is what you will find while walking through a lush nature and vegetation. This is a protected area and visitors are part of this conservative project.
We didn’t join any tour arranged by hotel as it was just easy to arrange our own transportation and pay around usd11 each for entrance fee ourselves to save around half the price
We arrived around 420pm and they said we were the last group...More
After reading about the red colobus monkeys and understanding that Jozani natl park are the last (?) safe place for this monkeys, sadly they are under extinction, we booked a half day tour and was told that we would spend about 3h in the national...More
We enjoyed a walk through the wooded areas, appreciating the various sights and sounds as we wandered through. We then crossed to another area to start looking for the colobus monkeys and found many. They all seemed very relaxed, lounging around in the branches, quite...More
Waited a long time for a guide to be available. Ended up being a group of 25 people, most of whom were idiots that either took selfies the whole time or tried giving Redbull cans to the monkeys. Couldn't catch the information given by the...More