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What to Bring

Walking shoes 
Camera 
Your Tour Pass

 

  

Inclusions

Pick up & Drop Off

Transport 
Entrance Fees 

Please note the Animal Flower Cave Entrance Fee is not included
 


 

Additional Info

Not suitable for
Persons with knee problems 
Persons with back problems 
Persons with difficulty walking 

Monkey Feeding

Tour Description

 

Monkey feeding is one of our shorter tours and offers a visit for a short photo op at Barclays Park on the East Coast. Our second stop and perhaps the highlight of the tour will be the Barbados Wildlife where we hope to catch the Green Monkey at play. Our visit to the Reserve is at Feeding time and provides the most opportune time to see the monkeys. Our final stop for the day is North Point located at Northern tip of the island . The Northern point of the island differs drastically from most of the island. Here you will find waves crashing into limestone cliffs in a most dramatic fashion.


Tour Highlights  

  • Barclays Park on the east Coast

  • Barbados Wildlife Reserve at feeding time 

  • North Point (scenic stop)

Available on: Mon, Tues, Wend, Thur, Fi, Sat & Sun

Length: 4 hours

(Cruise Port)

Departs: 11:25am Returns: 4:00-4:30pm

(Hotels) Departs: 10:30-12:00pm Returns: 3:30-4:30pm 

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Adult Rate 
BDD  154.00
Child 3-12 yrs Rate 
BDD  $77.00 

This offer valid until the 31st October 2021. All excursions must be taken by October 31st 2021.   This tour requiers a minimum of 6 persons to run when booked at the special rate. Bookings can be separate bookings made up of unrelated persons who. are not traveling together and do not know eachother or families or friends booking together. Therefore your individual booking does not need to be for 6 persons. If the minimum is not achieved at your requested date we will do our best to work with you in providing you with an alternative date. If an alternative date can not be found you will be refunded in full.

Please note that  customers from this tour and the Afternoon at the Abbey Tour often travel on the same vehicle. The two tours have 1 attraction that is different. Afternoon at The Abbey visits St Nicholas Abbey whilst Monkey Feeding Visits The Barbados Wildlife Reserve. The two attractions are 4km apart from each other. There is little disturbance caused to either tour and combining them allows for both tours to run regualary and to keep the cost to the customer down... This is a common practice in Barbados and other countries large and small in the world