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Welchman Hall Gully

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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 1030am Monday to Fridays during the months of...more
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Underwhelming walk with an expensive entry fee. Nice view to the coast at the start of the walk. No monkeys to be seen, so probably need to go at feeding time...

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank J52Do
Reviewed 6 days ago

The park itself is very good, well maintain and yes we saw monkeys but...the staff was not really helpful. We went on the time of the "money feeding" and as soon as we arrived there was a man with a VERY loud leaf blower, we...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank theworldeye
Reviewed 1 week ago

We saw so many interesting sights in the collapsed cave. To top it off, the monkeys were being fed. What a treat! I highly recommend this tour!

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank June K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Apart from the monkey feeding times (which we missed) there is not a lot here. A downhill walk past various trees & plants & I thought it was a little expensive for what was on display & then a walk back up hill.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank BELMONTIpswich
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Even on a bright day this is rather a gloomy place. I certainly wouldn't want to be there as it was getting dark. There are some huge trees but not much else - just a few monkeys.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank carol s
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a real getaway which is a there and back walk with plants identified on the leaflet accompanying your entry ticket. We enjoyed the monkey feeding time and were pleased to see the monkeys were free to come and go as they wished. With...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank DREGS
Reviewed January 15, 2019

We saw a bunch of monkeys jumping from tree to tree and that's exactly what we wanted, to see them in their habitat, undisturbed by men. It was very special!

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed January 6, 2019

Please note that this place only accepts cash. We only had US dollars and they accepted that, but gave me change in BD$ at par. Considering that its $1US to $2 BD they tried to take us for about $10. With the tickets we received...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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welchmanhallgully, Manager at Welchman Hall Gully, responded to this reviewResponded January 16, 2019

HI Dogadventures Tripadvisor is a great place to give your opinion about places, it gives a bit of an insight for the next visitor. However, it is not the right forum to accuse staff of attempted theft. If you felt you were being deceived, the...More

Reviewed January 1, 2019

Our family really enjoyed strolling through the gully. The self guided tour brochure is informative and the geology of the collapsed cave system unique. Sightings of monkeys, mongoose and native birds a treatand good photo ops are numerous. . The damp environment is home to...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Jim B
Reviewed December 31, 2018 via mobile

This was our second visit and the first for our daughter and her partner. It was a lovely walk through the shady forest, spotting all the plants and trees. We saw some monkeys along the way. They also have chickens, geese and rabbits by the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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teabus
December 31, 2017|
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Response from welchmanhallgully | Property representative |
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saroozi
June 6, 2017|
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Response from sammied3000 | Reviewed this property |
Feeding is as mentioned above @10.30 and noon. What they are feeding is another story because I only saw 3 monkeys the entire time. I drove from Christ church but you can get the local bus. You will need a transfer to a 2nd... More
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philwgb
April 2, 2017|
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Response from welchmanhallgully | Property representative |
Hi. I really am not sure, my guess would be about $40Us, this is for a return trip. The driver will wait for you and drive you back.. If you are coming from the port on a cruise ship, it will be cheaper to get a taxi from... More
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travelloverOntario
Ontario, Canada
local bus to Bathsheba and Welchman Hall Gully (11 Replies)
Hi everyone. I have been trying to do my research on TA and Cruise Citic, and just have a couple of specific questions. My husband and I feel comfortable taking public transportation in most places and like the local feel of the ride ...and also saving money! We were considering doing a Glory Tour half day excursion to Harrison Cave, Bathsheba, and Welchman Hall Gully. However, I am not really sure if I want to spend $85USD pp. I would love to see that part of the island (we were there...More
October 04, 2016|
Response frommoesl|
I would highly recommend that you take a private taxi tour!!!!! It would be a lot cheaper than the tour. Try contacting Sanjay Kini, he is a taxi driver who has many very reviews on TA. His email is barbadosfun@gmail.com, # 246-262-1296. Have fun!!! You'll fall in love with Barbados!!!
lisasreadytogo
Bus from Accra (4 Replies)
We are enjoying Barbados now. Does the number 27 bus go directly from Accra to Holetown? What about from Accra to Welchman Hall Gully? We haven't ventured on the bus yet but want to. Hoping not to transfer in Bridgetown. Thanks!
June 16, 2015|
Response fromBrett W|
Wait for the Speightstown bus, this misses out Bridgetown.
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Must See Attractions! (5 Replies)
Hello! I am staying in Paynes Bay area with my boyfriend and 12 year old son the first week of December. Boy are we excited! We will be renting a car to explore the Island and have made a list of some things we would like to see/do. Here's what I have so far: Harrison's Cave Animal Flower Cave/ Pirates Tavern Welchman Hall Gully Oisten's Fish Fry Jolly Roger Cruise (so excited about this) :D I'm wondering if I am missing something that is just a MUST! Thanks so much for all...More
September 10, 2016|
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A catamaran cruise to swim with the endangered turtles!!! - recommend Calabaza (max 12 passengers)- but there are other cats that take more people and are more of a "party" boat Maybe a visit to George Washington's House? a day at the races? St Nicholas Abbey? - what are your interests?