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All reviews exotic birds feed monkeys animal lovers great pictures great fun short visit entry fee great place to visit couple of hours few hours long trip small cafe costs euros agios nikolaos love animals lemur enclosure breeding program
We had gone for a drive and stumbled across this place. The parrots were all very beautiful, but the best thing was feeding the monkeys. The lemurs will sit on your shoulders to eat out of your hand. Very cute goats and rescue tortoises
The enclosures are well thought out and look very natural. Feeding time is a must and a great experience. Entrance fee is 10 Euros and goes towards looking after and rehabilitating some of the animals. Food only costs 3 Euros and the Lemurs sit on...More
Great to vist park again to see the monkey's parrots and butterflies.its a real treat to feed them in their enclosures. Also we saw that they have meerkats.this time we also took treats for the cat and dog they have we love animals
A great place to send a couple of hours. They have parrots, butterflies, meercats and lemurs. The highlight was the walk into the Monkey & Lemurs enclosure. They lemurs sit on you whilst you feed them.
It is a great place to get close to the monkies and lemurs. I couldn't believe how gentle lemurs can be. Unfortunatly we couldn't feed the monkies because the had babies and it wasn't safe to get close to them.
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I visited Crete last October and visited this park. We booked the excursion through TUI which included amazonas park combined with Agios Nikolaus (worth a visit). The coach picked us up from our hotel and the trip in... More
I visited Crete last October and visited this park. We booked the excursion through TUI which included amazonas park combined with Agios Nikolaus (worth a visit). The coach picked us up from our hotel and the trip in total took about half a day roughly. I can't remember the exact cost but was around maybe £60 per person I believe. You could look at renting a car, but that leaves the issue of directions as the park is fairly remote on top of a hill.
If you have booked through a travel agent I would consider speaking with them about trips they do. Otherwise there are plenty of excursions you can book whilst in Crete. Depending on what you prefer there may be some local bus routes you could look at also.
Hope this helps some.