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Barbados Wildlife Reserve

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See the wildlife of the tropics: hares, otters and lots of monkeys.
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Farley Hill, Barbados
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+1 246-422-8826
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All reviews green monkeys wildlife reserve signal station monkey feeding grenade hall small reserve love animals brocket deer watch your step nature trail feeding area reptile house guinea fowl fun to watch their natural habitat the main attraction couple of hours
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

An rare and amazing experience! So many monkeys! Also, turtles & jackrabbits. My husband and I rented a car for the day ($105 US) and travel from the South side of the island. We arrived there right before feeding time at 2:00 PM. The animal...More

Thank Kiera S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nature lover, animal lover, green monkeys, turtles, peacocks, deer, birds - you know if this is for you. And if it is you will definitely enjoy this nature walk. Plan to be there during feeding time. You'll get a kick out of this. Really! I...More

Thank FellowTraveler769016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I loved this attraction because we arrived at the animal feeding time of 2 pm. Call to confirm feeding time before you go. The employees dump two large bins of food and all the animals come. Turtles, green monkeys and deer. There are 3 or...More

Thank BucketListTravelChic
Reviewed 15 September 2018

Yes you can see monkeys and tortoises here in abundance, and deer too. My first concern are the pathways, they are quite bad, although uneven, there are many broken ones, and they can be extremely slippery. The whole place just feels dark and unkempt. The...More

Thank Chris T
Reviewed 14 September 2018 via mobile

Small but fabulous and friendly zoo with lots of monkeys, birds, deer, tortoise. You can get really close. Everything is free roaming and can leave the sanctuary at any time. The path is a bit uneven so take sensible sturdy footwear.

Thank MrMrsHappyR
Reviewed 25 August 2018 via mobile

Decided to visit as had heard about the monkey feeding and thought that it would be a worthwhile afternoon. After seeing lots of tortoises wandering around and the monkey feeding there's not much else worth seeing. The place is dirty and the uneven paths (broken...More

Thank Paul A
Reviewed 14 August 2018

This was our second visit here and this time even better. We loved how all the animals are free to roam and have never seen so many tortoises wandering around. The highlight of our day was the monkeys. They suddenly appeared from everywhere and with...More

1  Thank Heather S
Reviewed 14 August 2018 via mobile

Please do not give money to this place. I wish I had read reviews carefully before visiting - I assumed a 'reserve' would have rescue animals in an open setting or something to that effect.... Animals were kept in terrible conditions. One snake was very...More

1  Thank laufri86
Reviewed 8 August 2018

Perhaps we were particularly lucky to see so many baby monkeys, but it was a treat none the less. The birds looked like the cold do with some bigger cages though so they would have room to fly. Ticket price also includes visit to the...More

Thank Courtney C
Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

Get there for 1.30 pm, walk through and then position yourself for feeding time. Seeing the deer, the monkeys and tortoises all feasting at 2 pm was extraordinary. The rest of the reserve is disappointing, but watching the monkeys eat is quite wonderful.

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Lee M
21 March 2018|
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Response from Aneta L | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Aneta. There is a small cafeteria offering simple but tasty sandwiches. We went from Batscheba by bus (heading to Speightstown) and asked the driver to stop by Wildlife Reserve. There is a bus stop anyway. You can always... More
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Lois M
29 November 2017|
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Response from Traveler694673 | Reviewed this property |
$15 us . Make sure you go around 2pm for the feeding it's amazing
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