The wildlife reserve is in a great location, a nice place to visit; but there are two side to this attraction. On one hand you have an attractive, shady walk along brick laid paths where you can see deer, tortoises and the Barbados green monkeys without barriers or fences. There are also many other species such as armadillos, birds and reptiles to see. Feeding time is around 2pm when a wheelbarrow full of food is deposited in an open location and the uncaged animals come to eat. They are completely unfazed by the humans, and calmly sit out in the open eating their lunch. On the other hand, the brick paths are uneven and can be slippery and dangerous. Don't wear flip flops! Some of the areas are rundown and need a little TLC. The reptiles are kept in glass display cases, the beautiful parrots and macaws did look sad and the cayman lay in dank, dark pools. However, it was a interesting to see the animals in their native environment and the monkeys are free to come and go as they please. They are not caged in any way. Worth a visit, but I don't think I would go again.
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