Tree Monkey Project does not work for a profit. We raise money through donations and privately booked climbs for birthdays, reunions, vacations, and corporate team retreats. Your donations enable us to send equipment and assistants into the jungle to access some of the world's most biologically diverse canopies.
When you think of tree climbing, do you visualize climbing trees when we were kids, pulling ourselves up hand over hand, hanging from branches like little monkeys? It was a lot of fun, but could result with injuries and accidents. While most adults have given up on tree climbing, a few of us discovered there is a world of unknown wonder that can be safely accessed.
State of the art safety techniques and equipment have allowed professionals to transfer the knowledge of climbing trees to recreational climbers. Recreational tree climbing organizations have organized group climbs and skills development workshops since the 1970's. Tree Monkey Project provides essential tree climbing training to Indigenous people, researchers, animal caretakers, conservationists, Girls Scouts, disabled youth, and birthday party guests of all ages.