Hunte’s Gardens – Barbados

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  • Established in the year 1950 by the famous horticulturalist Anthony Hunte in a peculiar gully resembling a sinkhole, Hunte’s Gardens tends to appeal greatly to tourists and locals alike. Located in the St. Joseph Area of central Barbados, it is a botanic garden that bears international significance due to its vast collection of specimens (both tropical and otherwise). An important point of interest within its bounds is a Caribbean forest that should be checked out by all those who visit the garden. Along with its sister-establishments like the Flower Forest, the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary, the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, and others, Hunte’s Gardens is vital pillar of local natural preservation.

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