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Up Close and Personal at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve

BT Travel’s roving Bajan Tourist Sabrina Lee took a walk on the wild side and journeyed to the parish of St. Peter to pay a visit to the Barbados Wildlife Reserve where the animals roam freely amongst the visitors.  Located in the north of the island, the Reserve sits on 4 acres of a mahogany forest and is home to variety of native species and other species that have been donated from other parts of the world. Click here to see her experience.

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