Take a scenic, informative, fun-filled tour of Welchman Hall Gully, Once part of a large estate that covered the area, this National Trust property contains some rare tracts of original Barbados tropical rain-forest, although there are also several introduced species present. A trail leads from the car park through a narrow canyon lined with diverse tree species and rocks covered in moss past some wonderful shallow caves draped in vines. Towards the end of the path it's often possible to spot groups of Barbadian green monkeys, while there is also good bird-watching here.
Then head over to the Wildlife Reserve, this is the animal kingdom of Barbados, where you can stroll freely among animals feeding and playing in their natural environment. Here you can see agouti, armadillo, Brocket deer, pelicans, and caimans. Monkeys are most abundant at afternoon feeding time. Reptiles include snakes, iguanas, turtles, and tortoises. parrots, flamingos, and peacocks share the premises, adding bright splashes of colour. Only the more dangerous animals, such as pythons are kept enclosed .