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I went on a tour through a very small company, it was absolutely amazing we went to several different parts of the rainforest and the monkeys came right up to the boat and I was even able to beat them grapes and bananas. And they...More
Our visit to Monkey Island was included in a tour out of the Gamboa Rainforest Reserve. Even though it rained a small amount, we were not disappointed! All 3 types of monkeys were observed, the guide knew how to call to them to get them...More
Our whole family loved the trip to Monkey Island! The monkey's and various species of birds were amazing. What a trill my wife & son had hand-feeding bananas to the monkeys! Bonus points for being on part of the Panama Canal and seeing the ships...More
It was reasonably priced entry fee, very interactive with the monkeys, forest was well looked after and clean. It was great to animals were protected and guidelines with rules were in practice. Definitely a place worth visiting with your family whilst visiting Bali.
Gone with our guide Claudio from Gamboa to the monkey Island. It was absolutly perfect. The pilot of our boat had eagle eyes and found lot of animals : crocodiles, birds, iguanas. We feed the monkeys. It was amazing and so funny ! One of...More
We visited Costa Rica hoping to see monkeys and was disappointed. Not so in Panama! It was steaming hot but the monkeys were out and had full energy. They are cute and the tour interesting. I highly recommend this excursion.
Based on another review, we decided not to book a tour to Monkey Island (which is really several islands) and drive there ourselves and hire a local boat. In general, we don't like packaged tours where you are stuck with a bunch of other people....More