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Turner Hall's Woods

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We visited here in early-March after a very dry winter. The deciduous trees in the canopy had... read more

Reviewed 24 March 2010
BillDE
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Dover, Delaware
I'm sure I would like it if I could find it

My wife and I are not particularly critical of things and are generally easy to please. We were... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2015
AJStewart0627
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Lakefield, Canada
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12 Feb 2015
“I'm sure I would like it if I could find it”
5 Dec 2012
“Great escape from beaches”
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This tropical forest has changed very little since the English arrived on the island, and features many different species of plants and animals.
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Reviewed 12 February 2015

My wife and I are not particularly critical of things and are generally easy to please. We were ready to find Turners Hall Woods thoroughly delightful like the rest of Barbados but, after two hours of driving all around it, we could not find it....More

Date of experience: February 2015
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Reviewed 5 December 2012

This is a great area. I love St. Andrew. If you want to go on a hike I recommend going with Hike Barbados as my girlfriend and learned the hard way. We followed directions to a trail on a travel blog (not tripadvisor) and learned...More

Date of experience: December 2012
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Reviewed 24 March 2010

We visited here in early-March after a very dry winter. The deciduous trees in the canopy had largely lost their leaves, while the understory was still green. There are lots of scattered palms and vines here. This is a nice example of a seasonal dry...More

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