I was sold on the word monkey.
Jungle also sounded interesting.
Ziplining I sort of forgot to pay attention to.
This is a great attraction and the profits go to a charitable organization that provide dental treatment to people from the Dominican and Haiti, so it's a win-win.
Ziplining was just as described. You zip on a line way up in the air. It was intimidating but after the seven lines I think I'd do it again.
I was sort of under the impression you zipped, so monkeys and zipped again. But it's seven straight lines taking you through 2.2 KM, some of it creatively cut out so you get scared you're going to hit a tree...or a loose cow. Either way it was great. I was definitely scared for most of it, but in hindsight it's really not that bad and it's fully accessible for everyone. You're fully suspended by heavy gear so your only exertion is braking with your one hand - and even that you can have a guide do if you're not up to it.
The guides are very friendly and the pictures they sold us at the end (I think it was $10) turned out great.
The highlights of the day though are the monkeys, who are imported from another country. They're a frenzy of fun and cute and you want to take them home with you (unfortunately customs would likely frown upon that...as would the attraction operators).
I think the best thing of all is the money goes to help locals in need of dental care and I have no doubt that when we go back we'll pay another visit to the Monkey Jungle.
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