We visited at the morning feeding time (9am) as part of a package and were rewarded with views of several Orang Utans feeding with the help of a member of staff. These are native animals who live in the wild but are encouraged to feed at the feeding stations twice a day. From the car park, it is a short walk down the road to the path which leads to the main viewing area from where one can watch them feeding. The walk along the path is about 100 metres and is slightly uneven for those with any form of walking difficulties, but still manageable. There is a form of seating available from where one can watch the proceedings. I think I had imagined from various TV programmes that we would have the opportunity to get somewhat closer than we could, but it did not really detract from the experience and it was amazing to see these wonderful animals in their natural environment. During the walk back, we narrowly escaped being bombed by a coconut hrown by one of the apes, missing us by about three feet!. That just added to the experience. There is a rest area where information and light refreshments are available near the car park. A rewarding experience.
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