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Rain Forest botanical paradise: the flowers and plants in this garden will take one's breath away, fantastic views from hill top looking out east over the Atlantic and the 'Scotland District of Barbados, benches for resting in secluded shady spots...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Richmond Plantation | St Joseph, Barbados, BB, Barbados
All reviews exotic flowers gift shop trees and shrubs tropical garden the east coast beautiful vistas self guided lovely walk hunte's gardens local pottery flora and fauna earthworks pottery entrance fee paths tranquil bloom mongoose
Whilst trying to see a few different places on the island with a hire car we decided to visit for lunch, it was a bit tricky to find but we preserved using an island map and their green signposts. Lovely welcome from Angela and Lola...More
If you have a garden at home - if you grow flowers- you will love the Flower Forest. Of course the flowers are beautiful. It is a nature walk around the forest to view the different blooms. You wind through tree filled trails up down...More
This place is full to the brim with amazing plants. While you are walking around you really get a sense of what the island of Barbados would have been like is it was never found. The staff are very helpful and friendly. My whole family...More
We visited the garden with our 15yr last ld and 11yr old today. I must say it was a brilliant experience. From the moment we walked out from the cafe/ticket office we felt like we’d stepped into a real jungle. Flowers, ferns and palms were...More
First time I visited the Flower Forest in Barbados. And to be honest not a place that was on the top of my list. But after my visit yesterday it is definitely something I recommend to all visitors and locals. A variety of beautiful flowers...More
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Plenty of space for young children to work off energy, it’s the biggest garden in Barbados by almost twice. Ice cream, lollies, juices and soft drinks. Fish cakes, hot dogs, chips and sandwiches. Yes, we think it is a great... More
Plenty of space for young children to work off energy, it’s the biggest garden in Barbados by almost twice. Ice cream, lollies, juices and soft drinks. Fish cakes, hot dogs, chips and sandwiches. Yes, we think it is a great place for the whole family to visit.