Welchman Hall Gully

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Welchman Hall Gully, Barbados

Welchman Hall Gully, located in the parish of St.Thomas, is a three-quarter mile long gully which is home to a number of tropical plants and trees, including nutmeg, bamboo, clove and palms.

The enchanted feel of Welchman Hall Gully will instantly strike you. It is a touch of tropical forest mixed with native and other exotic plants.

What makes the gully even more spectacular is that it was formed by the collapsed roofs of caves, which is still evident.  It is in fact still geologically connected to Harrison’s Cave.

As you make your way through the gully, you will wonder if this was how the first settlers saw the island.

If you decide to visit, come in the mornings, a troop of Green Monkeys are fed daily in the gully. Gullies provide food,shelter, and gateways between other gullies for the monkeys. The majority of Green Monkeys live in gullies. Call before you visit and check for time of feeding, tel (246) 438-6671.


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Welchman Hall Gully, Barbados

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