Mucha gente conoce un parque temático inspirado en un famoso ratón. ¿Pero uno dedicado a los monos? En Monkeyland, un hábitat natural en las profundidades de la selva de la República Dominicana, puede interactuar con los juguetones saimiris. En esta visita guiada de 5 horas a bordo de un camión para safaris, también podrá explorar el jardín botánico del hábitat, así como una plantación de café y cacao. Converse con los granjeros locales, aprenda cosas sobre sus métodos de agricultura biológica y pruebe fruta tropical recién cogida del árbol. El traslado desde el hotel de Punta Cana y Bávaro está incluido.
My three teenage boys and I went on this adventure. Not one of us was disappointed! We loved the time we spent with the monkeys. Every person on the tour was able to experience these amazing little monkeys dropping on their head, crawling on their arms, and snuggling on their faces. One layer right on my son's head to eat it's sweet treat. Excellent time and would recommend to all families. The plantation tour was fun, we learned about coffee bean and cocoa processing. Definitely worth the money spent! Book through Viator! Tried to book with other tour guide online and had nothing but hassles!
This adventure was a surprise for our daughter Monkey Girl she loved every moment she got to spend with these adorable little monkeys. And of coarse learning and seeing how the coffee and cacao is processed was interesting.
Special Thanks to our driver Rodolfo and our very funny guide PJ!
PJ and junior were excellent tour guide and driver! Loved seeing and interacting with the monkeys in a safe and animal safet oriented environment. The tour after was great as well! Best excursion we have had in Punta Cana
Monkeyland was the highlight of our trip. We enjoyed seeing the countryside and learn more about the culture of Dominicana. The monkeys were absolutely amazing and friendly, it was an exciting adventure. Philip and PJ were wonderful tour guides. PJ was hysterically funny and great with everyone. Philip obviously cares greatly about the monkeys and takes good care of them. The habitat was a wonderful place for the monkeys to thrive.
The monkeys are fantastic. Well worth the price. The plantation tour was mildly interesting. Our tour guide Rafael was great and knowledgeable. Only downside was the long drive. Lots of highway, and then when it gets scenic you are in an enclosed bus with no opportunities for photographs even though the description says the scenic tour is by open air bus. We did end up on an open air bus but only when we switched to it at a gas station after we had left the scenic region. So the open air was only on the highway at high speeds.
Monkeyland was a lot of fun! It ended up raining while we were on the way took about 45 minutes to an hour to get there so we did the plantation safari part first so we wouldn't get totally soaked. Parts of it were outside, but underneath different areas where they show you how cocoa and coffee are prepared. I think people were bummed out b/c it was raining and didn't want to get wet and just really wanted to see the monkeys. An hour later, it cleared up and we traveled 5 minutes from the plantation to see the monkeys. They were really cute and friendly especially when the food bowls appeared. Our guide was Philip sorry if I misspelled and he was really good and got some nice pictures of my husband and I with the monkeys sitting on our heads!
We had such an amazing time feeding the monkeys and visiting Annas house. We were able to see breathtaking views of the mountains and see the crew roast cocoa beans and coffee beans and sample some coffe and hot chocolate from thier harvest. Im not gonna lie, my mom was the one that wanted to do this tour and we thought it was going to be cheesy but this was one of most favorite days in DR! Thank you to the crew for a wonderful experience!
Great trip! Monkeys are very friendly. Even my wife, who first thought she would be spooked thought it was fun when they scampered over your head from one person to the next. The monkey's faces look like little humans.
The open air truck ride thorough the country side was pleasant. One of the better roads the we traveled in the D.R.