There are warning signs as you go up the steep hill informing you of necessary precautions. The walk is going to take a while. It took about 20-30 minutes for me and my dad. When you get up you will see so many monkeys as well as a wonderful view. Definitely unlike that of a zoo. You will be inside the cage, feeding them or resting, while the monkeys will be above and holding on to the cage expecting food. I bought some fruits and peanuts to feed. It was enjoyable feeding the monkeys as they stuck their hand in the cage to grab the food out of my hand. The little monkeys had such little paws! At some point you may see the larger monkeys bully the smaller monkeys when you attempt to give the smaller monkeys food. I did see a couple anger a larger monkey.You will not be allowed to take the food outside. When you leave the cage some monkeys will be lounging around or following each other. Interacting with the monkeys was an interesting experience!
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