Visited in December during one of the official rock tours which we picked up right at the border crossing. Would not have wanted to drive or walk up to this ourselves. You see monkeys along most of the nature reserve, at the caves, along the road, etc but the den is where their water bath and feeding area is, a nice jungle gym to play on and where you will find many monkeys together lounging and playing. Safety tips: treat the monkeys like strangers - would you try to pick up a stranger and hug it? Take photos with it? Pet it on the head? Try and pick up a strangers child and play with it? You can get close to them if you don't pose any danger to them. They have also been at this tourist attraction longer than you have and know a thing or two about where you might have something of interest, so some warnings: they have learnt that you keep your snacks for your kids in plastic bags, so if you are carrying a plastic bag with some souvenirs they will try and go for it thinking it is food. They also know you keep snacks in backpacks - so leave that in your car - they are pretty swift at jumping on your back and opening zippers.
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