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Welchman Hall Gully, Barbados...Tourism in the Gully


Eleanor Jordan, Tourism Development Officer, Ministry of Tourism, Barbados delivers the welcome at the launch of the "Tourism in the Gully" Series. Location - Welchman Hall Gully, Welchman Hall, St. Thomas, Barbados.

Welchman Hall Gully, Barbados: "If you like nature, hiking (at any level), plants, culture and natural history, then Welchman Hall gully must not be missed.

The tranquil feel of the gully will instantly strike you. It is a place where you can experience a piece of nature and imagine what the island was like 300 years ago. It is a touch of tropical forest, mixed with Barbadian and other exotic tropical plants."

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