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Monkey World

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Award Winning Luxury 5 day South West of England Tour
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Award Winning Luxury 5 day South West of England Tour

Travel England Tours are an award winning private chauffeur guide company. <br> Explore the unspoiled countryside of the South West of England in one of our luxurious Mercedes S Class vehicles. With many World Heritage Sites located within the 8 counties covered within this tour you will see lots of outstanding coastlines, rolling landscapes and historical architecture. Relax and take in the beautiful landscapes while travelling in comfort and style with your own private chauffeur guide. Your local chauffeur guide has an abundance of knowledge of the areas which will ensure you have a memorable tour.
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LisaS wrote a review Dec 2020
Worcester, United Kingdom17 contributions4 helpful votes
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Great to see the monkeys up close, there are some real characters! The monkeys are very well looked after and there enclosures are spotless. We were there at feeding time and it was great to see them eating. Unfortunately as it was cold most of them were inside or cuddled up. We will definitely go back.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jonny5765467 wrote a review Oct 2020
Maidstone, United Kingdom4 contributions6 helpful votes
Visited Monkey World as a last minute change of plans, had heard good things but left very disappointed. Social distancing was average and they seemed more worried about the apes catching something than the visitors with all children over the age of 3 having to wear a mask. People were cramming close to the viewing window areas ignoring the 2m rule to get a selfie. Also they had chosen to close 2 of the play parks due to CO-vid but one was still open? Seemed a bit of a double standard as it crammed all of the kids into one park instead of 3 making contact more likely. Due to the poor weather most of the apes were hiding in the larger enclosures which isn’t the parks fault, just bad luck. On the upside the park does a good job helping these apes and some of the stories are very sad and it’s good they have somewhere safe to live.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Andrew S wrote a review Oct 2020
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Fantastic experience, the monkeys are really well looked after, huge well laid out area, lots to see and do. Really good value, friendly staff highly recommended
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Heather A wrote a review Oct 2020
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First things first. Monkey World us one of our favourite places and a worthy cause which we support through visits,adoptions and by buying from their Amazon wish list. However we won't be visiting again in the foreseeable future. Though visitor numbers were reduced and all should in theory have felt safe,it wasn't. Social distancing wasn't observed by adults round the park. In the lunch queue the man behind me was unacceptable close even if there wasn't a pandemic. Maybe a member of staff on hand would have helped? So we left without lunch and without a gift shop visit as we didn't feel safe . Very sad.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Colin F wrote a review Oct 2020
Stowmarket94 contributions13 helpful votes
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Should have visited in May but closed so we booked a few days away (200 miles from home) in October. The weather was kind most of the day, the park was well kept, the signs and information boards both informative and plentiful. Our oldest grandson used to watch on tv and has waited 10 years to visit and he was impressed. Two teenagers occupied for most of the day- the park has got it spot on. The Covid restrictions were a minor distraction that we hardly noticed. We have 10 other younger grandchildren so I am sure we will be back again!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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