TURNER'S HALL WOOD TRAIL
Turner's Hall Wood is described as the most undisturbed and species-rich plant environment in Barbados.
In fact there are plants growing on this ancient site, that are to be found no where else on the island, and this makes Turner's Hall Wood the best example of pre-colonial forest
IN THE THICK OF THINGS
Preserved by subsequent owners starting with, Captain John Turner, the original owner, Turner's Hall Wood is still intact today, and is a popular research site by local and visiting scientists, such as botanists and geologists.
Of course it's also a hit with hikers.
DEEP DESCENT ONTO THE MAIN TRAIL
A truly wonderful hiking trail, Turner's Hall Wood is a unique 74 acre segment of the Scotland District, the oldest part of the island.
AWESOME VIEWS FROM WINDY HILL
After the very shaded Turner's Hall Wood, it's out in the open, and up the scenic Windy Hill.
WHAT GOES UP, MUST. . .
Down all the way through this rough terrain of alluvial mud that are Windy Hill, and onto the beach.
DRESS FOR THE OCCASION: comfortable loose fitting clothing, sturdy enclosed footwear, a backpack, personal medication (asthma inhalers etc.), drinking water (2 liters), trekking pole (if needed), sun protection - a hat, sunblock.
FROM THE BUSH TO THE BEACH
The crunchy brown sugar coloured sands of Lakes Beach await, with refreshing Atlantic breezes dancing round your body, as you stroll and explore the tidal zone, to Barclays Park.
Price – US$25 per person
Tour minimum: US $100 or 4 persons
Group rates US$20 per person
Tour minimum: 10 persons
Barbadian Group rate BD$15 per person
Tour minimum: 30 persons