Welchman Hall Gully – Barbados

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  • Directly connected to the most famous attraction of Barbados, Harrison’s Cave (as it used to be the original entrance to it), Welchman Hall Gully is a 1.2-kilometre-long gully located in the parish of St. Thomas. Home to a vast plethora of tropical plants both native and non-native to the island, it offers unique insight into how the island could have been experienced over 300 years ago. What’s interesting to know about it is that it is home to a large number of green monkeys (as they naturally tend to live in gullies). If visitors choose to go there in the morning, they might witness a mass green monkey feeding. Formed by the collapse of cave roofs and erosion, Welchman Hall Gully is a sight that will remain with you for the rest of your life!

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