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La Isla De Los Monos

#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Iquitos Features Animals
Condamine #419, Iquitos 065, Peru
+51 65 235887
Review Highlights
Full Day Tour - Amazing Day with the Monkeys and Staff!

We did the full-day tour directly with the Isla Staff and it was an excellent decision. Jay was an... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kayla R
Still fun, but not much there anymore

There was one monkey, Pedro, who did jump up on me, so that and holding the sloth made it still by... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Christina H
Redondo Beach, California
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A cage-free rescue center in the Peruvian Amazon dedicated to the protection and conservation of abandoned and orphaned monkeys. And the aim of the proyect is the save the life of these creatures and then send them back to their original habitad.
  • Excellent65%
  • Very good27%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Condamine #419, Iquitos 065, Peru
+51 65 235887

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did the full-day tour directly with the Isla Staff and it was an excellent decision. Jay was an awesome guide who picked us up and dropped us off at our hotel. We stopped at Fundo Perdito on our way to the Island which was...More

Thank Kayla R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There was one monkey, Pedro, who did jump up on me, so that and holding the sloth made it still by far worth it. However, from reading previous reviews, this place isn't the same as it used to be. I saw 4-5 monkeys overall, a...More

Thank Christina H
Reviewed 12 March 2017

In the midst of a dilapidated city is this surprisingly nice park its grass, benches, some plantings. Try to ignore the trash that seems ubiquitous in Peru.

Thank Nancy5960
Reviewed 25 February 2017

Go if you can! You get to pet monkeys, have monkeys climb all over you and you can take up close pictures. And if you like, you, you can have an anaconda around your neck. All animals are friendly and lots of fun to play...More

Thank wayne m
Reviewed 22 January 2017

We spent the money and paid for the Full day trip. we were able to be picked up at the hotel and had a fast motor boat take us and the guide to and from the island, stopping to visit another wildlife rescue center on...More

Thank Hans S
Reviewed 2 January 2017

I had a wonderful time at Monkey Island. It is an actual island located in the middle of the Amazon River. The monkeys here have all been abandoned by their mothers or found living among humans in villages. They are brought here and rehabilitated and...More

1  Thank Rebecca J
Reviewed 19 December 2016 via mobile

Went there with my fiancée in December. Brandy, a local who works there caring for the monkeys, showed us around and told us all about the monkeys, sloths and the island itself. In total they have 7 species of monkeys on the island and a...More

2  Thank David A
Reviewed 3 December 2016

I enjoy the experience very much. As soon as I've arrived a little monkey jumped over me and sit on my shoulder. He spent my entire visit with me. I recomend this visit to people who likes nature and animals.

1  Thank Yolanda M
Reviewed 22 November 2016 via mobile

I can not say enough about this place more than , Do not pass it up. So much fun and interaction with the animals and great picture opportunities. Great for a slower paced day and for one on one animal time. You have got to...More

1  Thank Perry H
Reviewed 21 September 2016

We volunteered for 5 days at monkey island and can only say wonderful things about this experience. The monkeys are well taken care of by all the staff. They are able to live freely in their natural habitat. You are able to interact with some...More

1  Thank Sarah B
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Hi, I want to visit Monkey Island and the Manatee center on the same day. I only have one free day Isquitos. Arrivng from Lima around 10:45am. Is it possible to cram both places in one day? if so, how can this be arranged? I don't mind hiring a private guide, as long as the price is reasonable. Any tips would be much appreciated. Thanks
22 November 2016|
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Response from LaIslaDeLosMonos | Property representative |
Dear Ishtar, Thanks for contact us! My name is Lucero and I work in The Monkeys Island's office. We have some options for you to visit the island. I'll explain you each of them so you can choose the one you want. The... More
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We would like to visit from Iquitos but do not want to spend 7 hours. If we rent a small private boat, can a visit be done in four hours? Any names of operators? Expected costs? Thanks
4 August 2016|
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Response from AlexVarnham | Reviewed this property |
hello you can rent a speddy boat with this you can arrive there in 1 hour and 30 minuts more less, the price i don't know because we took a slowly boat and the price was 150 soles.
How long should we plan on a visit (including transportation from Plaza de Armas in Iquitos)?
15 May 2016|
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Response from Chelydra | Reviewed this property |
Around seven hours total, including travel and visiting time. We went independently, so our procedure involved a private mototaxi to the ferry terminal, public ferry (fixed price, and leaves when full, so you probably would... More