Open everyday from march 24th to november 4th 2018. Also open on november 10th and 11th 2018.
Opening hours :
March, april: 10h-12h / 13h-17h30
May, june: 10h-12h / 13h-18h
July, august: 9h30 - 18h30
September (from 1st to 16th): 10h-12h / 13h-17h30
September (from 17th to 30th):
The till is closed 45min before the parc closes. Recommended visit duration : 1h30
Monkey Jungle ( as we were told it translates to in English ) allows you to not only see Barbary macaques up close but also to actually feed them ! If you try this in Gibraltar they will most likely run off with your bag , here they are so gentle & take a piece of popcorn out of…
After visiting Rocamadour, we spent around 90 minutes at this forest. The monkeys are tame and you can hand popcorn to them, which they take calmly from your hand. It was lovely to walk amongst them. Plenty of park staff ensure everyone is following the rules. There were lots of…
It's a privilege to get so closed to this endangered breed of monkeys and to be able to observe them. The rationale for the park - education and breeding to expand the dwindling number left - seems reasonable. You feed the monkeys popcorn which they take with their hands, the…
Excellent natural setting to see these monkeys. Young children must be well supervised as the monkeys are roaming free. You can hand feed them with the popcorn provided as part of the entrance fee. They are very gentle. The talk re the research etc was informative.