Barbados Wildlife Reserve

Here you have a unique opportunity to stroll freely through the Reserve watching the animals at close range and in their own natural environment. There are few cages and the animals can be observed as they eat, play and interact with the other animals.

The Barbados Green Monkeys are common and are especially popular at the afternoon feeding time. Note that the monkeys are free to leave the reserve and often do so during the day.
Birds vary from colourful parrots, flamingoes and peacocks to brown pelicans and sparrows. The walk-through aviary is a special treat!
Reptile lovers will appreciate the collection of snakes (these are in cages!), iguanas, turtles and tortoises.
Non-native animals include the Brocket Deer, agouti, caiman (looks like an alligator) and armadillo.

Farley Hill, Saint Peter, Barbados

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