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Monkey Jungle

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Melb12 wrote a review Aug 2020
Dyer, Indiana34 contributions13 helpful votes
I just found a t shirt from Monkey Jungle which I bought on my visit there in 2000. Decided to look it up to see if it was still open. To my delight, it is! I remember my visit like it was yesterday due to the uniqueness of the park. I loved the water and the ropes the monkeys could use to get from place to place. I loved how we were in the cage and they seemed like the free ones. The concept was so innovative that I’m surprised the park was opened in the 30s. Very memorable, awe-inspiring and fun time there. A highlight of my trip in 2000, still a must-see.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Peyton Stajduhar wrote a review Apr 2020
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My boyfriend and I decided to come here on a Florida trip a few months ago. It was even more amazing than we expected. Not only did we have so much fun playing with the monkeys in the hands-on experience, but we were so shocked at the natural environment that was created with their native plants and fruits. This place does so much for these monkeys and truly wants them to live as if they were in the wild. We will definitely come back!!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Annette B wrote a review Feb 2020
Harrisburg, South Dakota20 contributions55 helpful votes
We totally fell for the photos advertising this place which depicted a child holding a small monkey. From this photo, we were under the impression that there would be some close interaction, but that is definitely not the case. We were excited to purchase monkey food to feed the various monkeys through special feeding tubes and hanging food dishes that the monkeys have learned to manipulate for treats. There were to be three shows during the afternoon and each turned into disappointment. The first show was to be the "Crab-Eating Monkeys", diving and swimming to collect food-- the monkeys were "called" but only four monkeys appeared and none went into the water. The second show was to be the "Lowland Gorilla"-- they have only one gorilla in captivity and when he was "called", he never did appear, which was very disappointing because he is otherwise off-limits for public viewing and is only shown during the show time. The third show was to be about the 150 monkeys in the "Rain Forest"-- they had wagons full of food, and when they "called" the monkeys-- not one of them appeared. I realize animals can be somewhat fickle but we left feeling a bit cheated...
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jan B wrote a review Feb 2020
Prague, Czech Republic12 contributions5 helpful votes
One word- amazing. You can feed monkeys, watch feeding events and walk through their almost nature habbitat.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Iwcsuu wrote a review Oct 2019
14 contributions4 helpful votes
The park is really small there is nothing intrested in it just couple of monkeys in the cages. We payed a lot for nothing. You cannot feed the monkeys just if you pay extras. I feel myself very miserable because i travelled a lot for nothing. It take 10minutes to walk around. If you read this here is my advice: dont go there!!!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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