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Monkey Land Explorer

Monkey Land Explorer


Located in the mountains of Anamuya, this tour offers the opportunity to feed and interact in close proximity to squirrel monkeys

5 hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation


° Interact in close proximity with our beautiful squirrel monkeys. ° Watch the monkeys in a natural environment which offers spectacular mountain views. ° Stroll through the colorful botanical garden and identify medicinal plants, flowers and fruit trees. °Visit “La Casa del Coco” and see how locals make coconut oil. °Taste organic coffee, cacao and eat fresh tropical fruit picked from trees.

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Entrance to Monkeyland. Fruits, coffee and chocolate tasting. Water and soft drinks. Transportation by safari truck.

Souvenirs and optional tip.

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Comfortable clothing Camera Extra money for tips and souvenirs

From US$79

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Monkey Land Explorer

5 hours

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We begin the tour with a visit to the coconut house or “Casa del Coco” to learn how coconut oil is produced and to taste fresh organic products. There you will have the opportunity to try exotic Caribbean fruits, roasted coffee and cacao.

The next 45 minutes are spent in a guided tour where you will interact in close proximity with our beautiful and friendly squirrel monkeys. These charming and intelligent monkeys have been formed by a Canadian couple with more than 35 years of experience working with animals, including 12 years at the Toronto Zoo teaching monkeys to trust and enjoy the company of humans. This tour is based on 5 acres of a beautiful piece of land that monkeys have made their home.The monkeys are completely accustomed to human contact.

They come down from the trees to sit on your shoulder and eat from yours hands. They also love to pose for the cameras, especially for selfies!


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