Barbados Wildlife Reserve is located in St. Peter, an area widely regarded as walkable, family-friendly, and luxurious. You'll find many palatable picks for dining and drinking here. Outdoor settings, such as the sea, beaches, and gardens, attract many visitors. With hotels to suit everyone's tastes, you'll feel right at home in accommodations near Barbados Wildlife Reserve, and ready to explore the greater Speightstown area.
More to see near Barbados Wildlife Reserve
While out visiting Barbados Wildlife Reserve, you can enjoy some other sightseeing in St. Peter. There's plenty to do in the area, such as swimming, boating, and taking a tour.
Soak up some sun at Heywoods Beach, Mullins Beach, and Gibbs Beach. You can take some time to enjoy the outdoors at Farley Hill National Park, Speightstown Esplanade, and Turner Hall's Woods. You won't be disappointed visiting other sights like Port St. Charles Marina, Lime Grove Shopping Centre, or Chattel Village.
Sights like Arlington House Museum, Mount Gay Rum, and Frank Collymore Hall of the Performing Arts offer insight into the local culture. St. Peter Parish Church, Grenade Hall Forest and Signal Station, and Speightstown Mural are some local landmarks.
Be sure to get some family photos at Barbados Wildlife Reserve, Caribbean International Riding Centre, and Ocean Echo Stables. A few of the area's most popular attractions are St. Nicholas Abbey, Animal Flower Cave, and Huntes Gardens. St. Lucy Parish Church, Gibbes Beach, and Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill will also leave an impression.
Getting to Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Arrive at the Bridgetown (BGI-Grantley Adams Intl.) airport, and then travel 15.4 miles (24.7 km) to St. Peter to see Barbados Wildlife Reserve.