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Barbados Wildlife Reserve

1,070 Reviews

Barbados Wildlife Reserve

1,070 Reviews
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Sail the Caribbean waters of Barbados’ west coast aboard the El Tigre schooner on this fun half-day cruise, with transfers. Enjoy free-flow drinks, including rum punch, beer, and juice, and a light snack as you inhale views of palm trees, beach, and ocean. Stop for guided snorkeling at a reef known for turtle sightings and a shipwreck that’s a vibrant marine habitat. Upgrade for a longer adventure, with lunch.
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Biscuit wrote a review Nov 2020
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We enjoyed seeing the monkeys at the 11am feeding, due to Covid we were the only visitors so had a very personal experience. The monkeys were amazing. Cash only for entry and paths are very slippery in the main reserve. Cafe is shut (or at least was the day we visited) so no where to buy drinks or food. After the catamaran trip this was our favourite activity in Barbados.
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Date of experience: October 2020
SuZQ0420 wrote a review Oct 2020
San Francisco, California95 contributions42 helpful votes
This place is where the animals live and walk freely among the paths and we loved it. There is quite a bit of poop everywhere (because the animals are everywhere). We went to the feeding at 2pm and that was so fantastic to watch. The kids LOVED this place and I would recommend going. You don't need too much time here as it isn't very big. It is CASH only so make sure you have enough to cover the admission with cash.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Travellertourist wrote a review Aug 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Didn’t even bother to update their website or tell us over the phone that during August2020 the site is only open from Thursday to Sun. I understand the reasons why but it took us two hrs to get there with no warning beforehand. Waste of time and annoyed by the lack of efficiency which is a shame as we were looking forward to it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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willabbe wrote a review Mar 2020
Biddeford, Maine64 contributions47 helpful votes
We enjoyed this part of our Glory Tour as the 4 of us are animal lovers. Was a great way to get up close to the monkeys, tortoises, deer, a variety of different birds, etc. The government has done a nice job with this reserve.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Elizabeth B wrote a review Mar 2020
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Monkeys were fine but the birds had poor plumage and the deer seemed docile. I didn't like seeing the beautiful parrots in cages with little to no stimulation. As well as this the python snake seemed in a bad way scraping it's bleeding face along the mesh cage was awful.
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Date of experience: March 2020