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We went in May 2018, and it was so much fun! Our teenage daughters loved it, and so did we. The workers there were so friendly and welcoming. The animals were taken very good care of and happy. It was nice to get to interact...More
What a nice little zoo. Everyone in our group loved feeding the monkeys! You are not allowed to feed them by hand or to let them, but they do come very close! If you are lucky, they will jump on your shoulder.
Very clean facility,...More
Monkeys, especially free in nature, are not a common view in Israel. In fact, you can't see them at all in Israel free except in the Monkey Forest in Yodfat. Yodfat is the ancient Hebrew name of the last strongholds of the Jewish rebellion against...More
Date of experience: June 2017
Nora N, Manager at Monkey Forest Yodfat, responded to this reviewResponded May 30, 2018
thank you very much.
hope to see you again in our monkey forest
This place was so cool for everyone.
Outside of admission you can fee the moneys for 5 shekels less than $2. They will either eat out of your hand and or jump on you for the food.
It was a lot of fun and the...More
Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Erez Z
Nora N, Manager at Monkey Forest Yodfat, responded to this reviewResponded March 10, 2018
thank you so much.
hope you will come to visit us again.
all the best/
This is not a huge zoo where animals are just displayed for the amusement of people, but a place where the welfare of the animals has high priority and where we can be close to the animals. From looking at the enclosures it becomes clear...More
We went to monkey forest as really wanted to play with the monkeys.
They are so sweet! We paid 38 Ils for entrance and 5 more shekels in order to feed them. Although there are more animals at the forest, the monkeys were the maim...More
A great find while we were touring in Northern Israel. Its where they take maltreated and weak primates from other zoos and nurture them back to health in nature...with some of the smaller ones..you can pet and feed them. Ideal for kids and fun for...More
You have buses from central bus station Jerusalem to Karmiel, from there you can take a bus to yodfat junction. There aren't buses that come directly in to Yodfat. If you prefer you can take a taxi from Karmiel to... More
You have buses from central bus station Jerusalem to Karmiel, from there you can take a bus to yodfat junction. There aren't buses that come directly in to Yodfat. If you prefer you can take a taxi from Karmiel to Yodfat between 60-100 nis.
Looking forward to greeting you.
Yodfat Monkey Forest.