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The 6 best nature reserves in the Caribbean

The 6 best nature reserves in the Caribbean

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Barbados Wildlife Reserve


Unlike a zoo, the Barbados Wildlife Reserve allows visitors to walk among the animals in their natural environment. Located in a natural mahogany forest, visitors are likely to see Barbados green monkeys, brocket deer, agoutis, armadillo and caimans.

Reptiles such as iguanas, red-footed turtles and tortoises also call the reserve home, as well as a range of different snake species. There is also an aviary with parrots, peacocks, pelicans, flamingos and a number of other species that visitors can stroll through.

Both Farley Hill National Park and the Grenade Hall Forest and Signal Station attractions are extremely nearby and well worth a visit if you’re heading to buzzing Barbados.

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com

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