due to Coronavirus – we need your help – please donate
Due to the Coronavirus and the current public health situation we had to close our park to visitors for an indefinite time. We rely on the money of the entrance fees to buy food and medicine for the animals. Due to the lack of income we ask for your help. Every dollar counts to help us to be able to buy food and medicine for the monkeys and other animals in our park. We very much appreciate your help and support.
Please donate via GoFundMe
We welcome everyone to visit and explore our park
In the middle of a dense tropical vegetation, we offer ecological and colourful trails with native forest that invites you to take a walk in nature. You can observe and take photos of different types of monkeys, coatis walking around, birds in the search of food, turtles, butterflies, frogs and a variety of ants and insects.
Spider monkeys explore the area, walking in arboreal tunnels up to the river Chilcayacu, a tributary of River Puyo. The river is clean and clear which permits our visitors to cool down and relax in the middle of the jungle like in a natural spa.
Paseo de Los Monos is the only place where you can discreetly observe monkeys hanging and jumping in the trees and be accompanied by coatis during the walk in the forest.
The visitors’ entrances finance our shelter. The well-being of our animals living in their natural environment is transmitted to people who come to see them.
Adults: 4 $
Children 5 to 11 years: 2 $
9 am – 5 pm
We are open every day and look forward to welcoming you.
On Saturdays and Sundays we open our restaurant. You can find it at the entrance of the park, directly at the parking lot. Feel free to enjoy Amazonian food and drinks in the middle of the jungle.
Saturday & Sunday and on holidays
10 am – 7 pm
We sell local cacao, made in Puyo from local farmers. 100% organic, natural and without added sugar. Don´t forget to buy a pack before you leave.