We arrived just as the monkeys were being fed, a great experience and the walk itself is delightful with a number system telling you what the plants are.
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no monkeys in sight unless you are there at feeding time. would recommend the earlier feed (1030AM) as there will be fewer people and you can get closer. I am impressed that they don't want to hand-feed because this causes monkeys to get used to...More
We came to see monkeys, and we saw monkeys! Great to get off of the beaten track in Barbados. GPS got my there (admittedly we got very lost leaving but) happy to see the 'less developed' part of Barbados. By chance we got there at...More
We loved this gully. We only saw three other families and essentially had the place to ourselves. This made it a bit magical, if you will, with the lack of noise pollution, the beauty of the flora and fauna, and the monkeys that mysteriously (and...More
This was a treat. The cool gully has many labelled trees and shrubs and the monkeys came out for us (about 30 in the troop, so lots of juveniles and moms with babies). We had sat quietly for some time, just listening, and sure enough...More
What a great experience. Such a beautiful walk through the jungle; everything is labeled and you have a great opportunity to see all different kinds of flora and fauna. *The monkey feeding is the highlight!! At 10:30 and 12:30 (i think, may have to look...More
If you love plants and bird/animal watching this is the place. A natural Gully to explore. My daughter loved it.
Welshman Hall Gully in St. Thomas is three quarters of a mile long home, divided into six sections, of orchard, nutmeg walk, palms, native gully plants, ornamentals and then there are the Green Monkeys permanently at play. It is a very beautiful and tranquil area...More