Hunte’s Gardens Barbados

September 2, 2019

September 30, 2019

9:00 am To 5:00 pm

Hunte's Gardens, Coffee Gully, Barbados

Bds $30.00

Event Description

Created by legendary horticulturist Anthony Hunte, Hunte’s Gardens will please even the most keen gardeners and enthusiasts.

They occupy a sink-hole-like gully in the centre of Barbados’ rain forest.

A picturesque and easy-to-walk path offers many surprises.

If you’re lucky, you’ll meet the owner and creator in the gardens or around his extraordinary house – converted from an old stable.

Be sure to have your camera ready.

Admission is Bds $30.00 which includes a tour.
Refreshing drinks, fresh fruit juice and rum punch are on sale.

Take the tour, or simply relax on a bench in the shade with your book.

For more details, call 433-3333

Hunte’s Gardens are open 7 days a week  – ‘including Sundays’ as he once famously quipped in a TV ad!

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Created by legendary horticulturist Anthony Hunte, Hunte’s Gardens will please even the most keen gardeners and enthusiasts.

They occupy a sink-hole-like gully in the centre of Barbados’ rain forest.

A picturesque and easy-to-walk path offers many surprises.

If you’re lucky, you’ll meet the owner and creator in the gardens or around his extraordinary house – converted from an old stable.

Be sure to have your camera ready.

Admission is Bds $30.00 which includes a tour.
Refreshing drinks, fresh fruit juice and rum punch are on sale.

Take the tour, or simply relax on a bench in the shade with your book.

For more details, call 433-3333

Hunte’s Gardens are open 7 days a week  – ‘including Sundays’ as he once famously quipped in a TV ad!

30 Jul, 2020 To 02 Jul, 2020

12:00 am - 6:00 am

This a street party with thousands of revelers jamming behind music trucks in the early hours of the morning.

Also known as ‘Mud Mas‘ revelers daub themselves with paint and mud and do their best to similarly daub their friends.

It’s a lot cooler at that time of morning!

Plenty of food and drink available.

Organised by the National Cultural Foundation (NCF), the event is expected to attract many bands of registered revelers. There’ll be many ‘unregistered’ as well!

Security is provided.

There are three starting points:

  • Queen’s Park, Bridgetown
  • Helipad in Bridgetown
  • The Barbados Investment & Development Corporation (BIDC), Pelican House, Princess Alice Highway, Bridgetown

It ends as usual at the Mighty Grynner Highway (formerly the Spring Garden).