Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Home to a large troop of Barbadian Green Monkeys, and a reserved habitat for a number of other wildlife such as the Brocket Deer and Mara, tortoises, caiman, pelicans, peacocks and peahens, among others; the Barbados Wildlife Reserve is excellent for nature lovers.
This natural habitat, surrounded by a beautiful mahogany forest, is a place where you can appreciate many a species -- local and regional -- while keeping a safe distance.
- Farley Hill, St. Peter
- Daily from 10:00a.m. through 5:00 p.m. with feeding at 2:00p.m.
- Unique opportunity to watch animals at close range and in their natural habitat
- Family outing which combines education and entertainment
- Entrance fee to the Barbados Wildlife Reserve also gains admission to the adjoining Grenade Hall Forest and Signal Station.
- Contact Concierge to book.