Deep in the heart of St Andrew amongst the natural beauty of the Barbadian countryside is the ancient tropical forest of Turner's Hall Woods. This incredible forest is home to an amazing array of flora and fauna. This sacred place will transport you back in time to a period when Barbados was largely covered in dense tropical forest. Indeed, Turner's Hall Woods is one of the last remants of the ancient forest network that covered large parts of Barbados at the time of the first English settlement.
This forest is public land: access is free. Please note there are no water fountains or restroom facilities at Turner's Hall Woods.
Be very careful if you choose to explore this forest during or after heavy rains: the ground can be very slippy. Some routes through the forest are very narrow with steep drops. Avoid touching any flora or fauna in the forest. Please do not litter.