If you want to see monkeys and tortoise up close this is a must. We got loads of great photos and was good just to wonder around the reserve. Really good value for money as well.
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About Barbados Wildlife Reserve
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Following the advices of fellow travellers, we arrived around 1 p.m. in order to see 2 p.m. feeding. We took a walk around - it seemed peaceful, with only few other couples walking through. Sure enough, about 15 minutes to 2 p.m. both people and...More
visited here November 2017 and the family enjoyed it so much. from the moment you step in the reserve you can see wildlife crawling over the path, very slowly i might add. our half day tour arrived here just in time for feeding which was...More
The reserve itself was nice to visit. Of course, we went for the monkeys, but there are tortoises roaming, a few deer hidden in the shade and various birds about the grounds. It's a small space, so you really don't need more than an hour...More
What a Beautiful place!!! Monkey 🐵 in their own environment!!! You walk through the path and right in front of you are monkeys, peacocks, turtles, only a few caged animals, which was amazing. While walking through the reserve you need to make sure you are...More
Stopped by here just in time for the feeding at 2 P.M., quite an amazing experience. The monkeys came out from all over the place, along with tortoises, small deer and other critters. Was amusing see the monkeys sitting on the tortoises picking out their...More
A lot of people go for the monkeys. And the monkeys are pretty cool. I, however, enjoyed the trails. There were parts in the woods where it was like a whole other world. I'm a photographer and the pictures just don't do it justice. The...More
Really nice animal reserve where lots of animals roam around freely within the compound. Green monkeys are must see and the reserve houses a wide variety of species of animals.