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Welchman Hall Gully, Saint Thomas Parish

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web
See Barbados as the first settlers did when you visit Welchman Hall Gully. A hike along the trail of the gully delivers you through lush rainforests and allows for up-close views of the wide variety of plants, including grapefruit trees. The forest is home to a large number of wild monkeys, which you can better observe from the feeding platform. Remember to only feed the animals things the attraction deems acceptable. Also, be aware that the site only accepts cash; make sure to take enough money with you. A visit to Welchman Hall Gully represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Saint Thomas Parish vacation builder to plot your vacation.
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  • Maybe it's because I came on a rainy day (they do have umbrellas for you!), but this place wasn't anything spectacular to me. It did feel like I was walking through a rainforest, but that's about it. ...  read more »
  • August 2014: near Harrison's Cave collapsed caves have formed a Gorge where you can admire a luxuriant tropical forest. The climate here is very humid because the steep cliffs form a natural barrier against high winds and therefore offers an idyllic habitat for many species of plants that abound in the ravine. Despite the humidity, which is not unbearable, I think is a must on the beautiful island of Barbados. There are numerous "green monkeys" bullying hopping here and there ... so if you want to make sure that you see the little monkeys of Barbados this is the place to stay!
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  • When we arrived the monkeys had already eaten so that the only principle we saw trees, halfway through the trip they began to approach. Many of all ages and sizes, were very nice to see monkey mothers with their babies. They are not tied or afraid, it is a natural environment for them and one is safe because they don't come so you feed them, their curiosity brings them only, was one of the best activities in Barbados, worth much if you like nature.
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  • it was really cool to walk in thew woods there ! and see the wild life i love it
  • Beautiful, natural walk in what used to be a cave. Met Debra who was so helpful and knowledgeable. The staff, few in number, were extremely helpful, pleasant and polite. Worth putting yourself out for!!!!
  • It's very nice for nature lovers and plant lovers alike but don't expect to see to many animals unless u really look closely also some recommendations include bring mosquito spray and if your scared of millipedes I wouldn't go because they are ever where just watch your step lol
  • Beautiful, tranquil, lush walk, with nutmeg you can pick up off the forest floor. Stunning place to visit.
  • Very nice walk, overpriced and not too easy to find.
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