First up, you have about a 1 in 10 chance of seeing a gibbon, they rare and shy. Secondly you are staying a treehouse in the jungle, not the Four Seasons, you will have spiders, mosquitos, ants and other assorted bugs and maybe even a snake.
But... The camping out with views across the jungle and zip lining from treehouse to treehouse IS the experience, swinging through the trees like a gibbon.
The food was great, cooked in a nearby kitchen and then delivered to your hut. The water was clean and drinkable.
The guides are fun and engaging, English isn't their first language but for effort they give 100% and only you can help them improve.
Yes it's expensive, but part of the fee goes to conservation efforts and you will have memories that last a lifetime.
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