Really enjoyed spending time with the monkeys and left feeling really good about spending money on a tour where your money goes to rescuing/protecting monkeys. A lot of the monkeys are in natural habitat with protection from predators. While you cannot see a whole lot of the monkeys that are in the natural habitat, you do get to get up close with six of the monkeys that are in enclosures. For various reasons, there are six monkeys who cannot be released in the general population. If I remember correctly, one lost its paw to an electrical line. One does not know how to climb trees because it was raised in a home and four were in really bad conditions so they have social issues. One of the monkeys just wanted everyone to scratch her back. The volunteers do a great job of providing enclosures that cater to the unique issues of the monkeys. This is not a tour for anyone with mobility issues. You need to wear comfortable walking shoes.
Would recommend this tour to anyone who loves animals.
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