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Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Saint Peter

The Barbados wildlife reserve was created by the Canadian primatologist Jean Baulu and his wife.

 

Established in 1982, for the conservation and study of green monkeys, the park hosts a variety of animals (monkeys, iguanas, turtles, alligators …)

 

All of these animals live in perfect harmony, on an area of four hectares of mahogany forest.

Visitors have a unique opportunity to approach very close to the animals.




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The House
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Barbados - From 713$

Barbados is an island with white sand beaches and turquoise waters of jazzy musical note, with picturesque hills and fields of sugar cane out of sight.   On the west coast, discover a haven of serenity and privacy, The House, 4* is a small luxury property whose concept is easy: to feel at home!   This hotel with elegant, contemporary and minimalist design is adults-only, an ...

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Colony Club
Colony Club
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Tamarind Hotel
Tamarind Hotel
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Barbados is an island with white sand beaches bordered by turquoise waters on jazzy musical note, with picturesque hills and fields of sugar cane out of sight.   After renovation in 2010, Tamarind hotel has a new face, restyled rooms, 2 new restaurants, a kids club and a spa. The hotel combines a contemporary decor and intimate spaces with a high quality services.   Welcome ...

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