Welchman Hall Gully
A lush Tropical Forest located in a collapsed cave and the only forest open to the public. There are several troops of monkeys are that fed between 1030am and 12pm daily. Also offering guided tours at 10.30am Monday to Friday during the months of December to April. Back to Nature Camps for 4 to 11…
Come here for a nice walk among the majestic trees. Located very close to Harrison Cave and close to ScottGullyEcoLodge as well. You can visit these on the same day maybe the gully first and then the cave.
Tropical gully with the original vegatation of Barbados. Great place to spot the Bajan Monkeys!
“A beautiful and peaceful place to visit... take a book and relax in the enchanting atmosphere.”
“The Coffee Bean is a perfect location for breakfast or lunch with friends or colleagues. Enjoy our relaxed air conditioned indoor and breezy outdoor settings where our friendly staff are ready to serve you. The Coffee Bean is a cafe lover's dream: serving a wide variety of hot & cold coffees, blended drinks, bagels & croissants, fresh soups, salads, wraps, sandwiches and paninis and sweet treats like carrot cake, banana bread, cookies, brownies and more. ”
“Captain Charlie's is the beach bar and is fantastic spot if you are looking to walk the boardwalk and then finish with lunch and a few drinks. Or, come on a Monday night for the rum punch party (6 pm to 7 pm). Rum punch is free. Then stay after if you like as there is always a buffet. This hotel is owned by your hosts. ”
“Museum with galleries dedicated to Barbados' social and military history, decorative art & more . ....”
“A great place to better understand the history of Barbados. The full tour takes you through breath-taking caves, explains how these caves are crucial to the island and so much more.”