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Punta Cana: Ziplines Adventures & Monkeyland Entry

4.7 / 5

84 reviews

Activity provider: Runners Adventures

Punta Cana: Ziplines Adventures & Monkeyland Entry

Activity provider: Runners Adventures

From US$ 124 per person

Experience one of the longest ziplines in the Caribbean, flying side-by-side with your partner, and later visit Monkeyland for a chance to interact with and feed the little squirrel monkeys.

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Duration 8 hours
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Spanish, English, French

Experience

Highlights
  • Experience the thrills on the first ziplines in Punta Cana
  • See monkeys in a natural environment while enjoying spectacular views of the countryside
  • Visit Coconut House to taste delicious organic products
Full description
Expert canopy guides will teach you all you need to know about ziplines and your equipment before you’re transferred to the Welcome Center, where a safety briefing will be conducted. When you reach the first platform, you’ll be ready to face the challenge of flying from one platform to the next. You’ll be safely attached to the double line cables, the longest of which spans 800 meters. The combined tour comprises 8 ziplines, including the 2 longest lines in the Caribbean that stretch across a 2-kilometer span in the mountains. Race your partner as you travel on side-by-side cables! This full-day (9-hour) trip also includes a visit to Monkeyland, where you can interact with the friendly squirrel monkeys. Nestled in the mountains of Anamuya, Monkeyland offers a chance to observe the monkeys in their natural environment. The monkeys have become totally trusting of humans in this 5-acre environment. They will climb down from the trees to sit on your shoulder and eat from your hand. Take note, though that they love anything shiny and will want to check out jewelry and sunglasses! Afterwards, on a visit to Coconut House, you’ll learn how coconuts become coconut oil and also have a chance to taste local organic products.
Includes
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Fresh fruits
  • Official tourist guides
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Saftey equipment
  • Tips (optional)
  • Photos
  • Souvenirs
Not suitable for
  • Pregnant women
  • People with mobility impairments
  • People with heart problems

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Know before you go

  • Due to ongoing COVID-19 virus preventative measures, lunches and refreshments will not be provided until further notice
  • Wear comfortable clothing and closed shoes and bring a camera
  • The tour is not recommended for those with heart conditions, reduced mobility or disabilities or for pregnant women. People with severe peanut allergies also cannot join this tour
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.7 /5

based on 84 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.8/5
  • Transportation
    4.6/5
  • Value for money
    4.6/5
  • Safety
    4.9/5

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We did the zip lines, monkeyland and coffee plantation. Overall the organization was really good. First we did the 12 zip lines. The staff was friendly and made sure it was all safe for us, so that we could enjoy the experience. at the end of three of the lines photographers are taking pictures, which can later be purchased. After that we went in monkeyland. They live in an enclosed park, which was quite spacious. Currently there are 96 monkeys which are separated in two groups, so that visitors interact with about 40-50 monkeys. The staff gives you fruits and veggies to feed them and take pictures while the small monkeys jump all over you - that was definitely the highlight for us. After Monkeyland we enjoyed lunch (hotdog, empanada, local fruits and a drink) and we got to know how coffee and cacao are made and went tried some local coffee, cacao and Mamajuana. You can also buy organic products at the end directly from them.

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November 23, 2022

We were picked up by a Runners Adventure Truck. Attention, especially for women, tie your hair together. The truck is open and the hairstyle looks accordingly afterwards. The journey was around 45 minutes. First we drove through a residential area. When we arrived we went to the zipline. Thrills and adrenaline guaranteed. After that we were shown how coffee, cocoa and coconut oil are made. There were also small snacks and drinks. Finally we went to Monkeyland. Simply unforgettable, the monkeys are very trusting and really cute. They jump on your head or sit on your shoulder. Everything just to be recommended. The guides were great too. Rico and Rafael accompanied us.

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September 9, 2022

Our guides Jesus and Aris were awesome!!! The zip line is very secure and a gentleman is there at each end of the cable to receive you and at each start to send you. So you don't have to manage the hardware apart from the brake. The landscapes are magnificent. The passage with the Aris monkeys our guide was simply brilliant, we were able to have magnificent photos it was incredible. Negative points of the day: the transfer which stops in a ton of hotels + makes us change vehicles in the middle of the journey without explaining anything to us and the meal offered between the two activities which was really not great: 1 quesadilla per person very dry the edges were hard as a rock and a really not crazy hot dog, a bit of coconut and two pieces of watermelon all accompanied by a cup of coffee or chocolate (that said very good)

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August 4, 2022

Product ID: 56375