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Monkey Mountains aka Son Tra Peninsula is a perfect place for wildlife exploration. This peninsula, which covers more than 4,400 hectares (10,880 acres) and rises to 700 meters at its peak, acts as a natural shield for the central city of Da Nang. It was originally an island before ocean currents and sediment linked it with the mainland. The peninsula is best known for the world’s largest population of the endangered red-shanked douc langur. Thanks to its unique beauty with 5 impressive colors, the red-shanked douc langur has been recognized by the Wildlife at Risk international organization as the ‘Queen’ of the primate species. If you get luck, you might be able to observe their beauty and daily activities.
The trip is specially led by a wildlife expert for an insight into the biology diversity conservation activities organized on Son Tra Peninsula as you observe the wildlife from afar using binoculars and telescopes to minimize disturbance to the ecosystem. Get more information on the impact of human activity to this fragile ecosystem and reach the top of Son Tra to both admire the beauty of the surrounding and reflect on the fragility of it all.
Get back to Hoi An about 11:45* for your ongoing adventures.
Our services include:
-Biodiversity conservation expert
-English speaking local guide
-Entrance fees for all visits as mentioned in the itinerary
-Tours and transfers as mentioned by private air conditioned vehicle
Our services do not include:
-Other meals than mentioned
-Other services than mentioned
-International and domestic Flights
-Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature
-Tips, Travel insurance
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