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Mt. Emei Natural Ecology Monkey Reserve

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Mt. Emei Natural Ecology Monkey Reserve

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Merilyn wrote a review Jun 2020
Nairobi, Kenya72 contributions
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The waterfalls are amazing to watch. The environment is well maintained and monkeys well taken care of as well.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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MattwalesNorthWales wrote a review Jan 2020
Chengdu, China1,749 contributions367 helpful votes
This area is reached by walking between the upper bus station and the cable car on Emei Mountain. The walk is about 2km and contains a lot of steps. The steps when covered with snow can be quite hazardous so I recommend buying temporary grips for your shoes. The monkeys live wild on this Buddhist mountain and are very used to visitors, so beware as they will help themselves to anything. Nice to get up close though.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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CSItraveller wrote a review Jul 2019
Raleigh, North Carolina128 contributions40 helpful votes
These monkeys are numerous along the hike path from the coach station to the base of the cable car. Depending on the time of day they'll be there with their babies, or be hiding the trees. Don't present them with food - they can be extremely aggressive, and they have the strength to snatch your cell phone and make confetti of it!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Dimuth G wrote a review Apr 2019
Chengdu, China64 contributions2 helpful votes
I have no complain about this places bio diversity but too much crowd and not enough space in mountain. Road made the trip harder
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Date of experience: May 2018
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John and Deb K wrote a review Oct 2018
Karratha, Australia625 contributions152 helpful votes
These monkeys are getting a bad deal - unfortunately tourists are feeding them - this causes them to behave badly. It is wonderful to see them but not what is occuring - humans feeding them food that is not good for them but is full of sugars so yes they get addicted just like people to unhealthy foods. Please don't feed them and if you have food put it away and hold on to your bags.They should be encouraged to only eating their natural foods from the forrest.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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