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If you love Gardens this will blow your mind. Lots of paths in a gully with unusual variations of plants. Anthony is amazing at answering any question and you can buy rum punch and a variety of other drinks. Including a bottle of Barbados Rum....More
We took a cab from out hotel which allowed us to enjoy the scenery en route. From the bell on a chair used to announce our arrival, to chatting with Mr Hunte on the terrace of his house, with a cool drink, before leaving the...More
It was thanks to the Colony Club Hotel for introducing us to this amazing garden on their tour. Whilst we initially took some lovely photos, we decided just soak up the atmosphere rather than looking through a lens especially as we unfortunately had limited time...More
We took a reggae bus from Bridgetown to Hunte's Gardens.
The place is wonderful and you are given a warm welcome by Mr Hunte himself. He then pointed out the little hummingbird nesting in a nearby tree.
The garden is well thought out and ever...More
A truly enchanting experience ! It really is worth spending time on the carefully chosen seating to take time out and just enjoy. The classical music playing In the background and sight of humming birds make all the more worthwhile . It is all very...More
Hunte's Gardens was one of those places I always wanted to visit, but never got round to - well this time I did!!
OMG! I have never seen a garden as beautiful as this, birds singing and flying around; gentle music playing in the grounds,...More
We took a cab from the cruise ship pier and were delighted with the garden and Anthony Hunte. He spent time at the beginning and end of our time answering questions and being very hospitable.
It was all trees and flowers with no fruit trees....More
This is a relatively new attraction on the east side of Barbados at only 10 years old. The owner is the descendant of a family that has lived here since the 17th century. Mr. Hunte was a gardener all his life and decided to buy...More
We visited Mr. Hunte's garden while in Barbados. Only 10 years old and has acres of tropical flowers, plants and trees all stages as separate spaces. There are corners to sit and listen to the music and breath in the heavy air. Mr Hunte is...More
The gardens were amazing - the love and care and the multiple places to sit and relax. All you can hear is bird song. We were lucky enough to see a Hummingbird nesting.
If you are in to flowers and gardens then this place is...More
Hi, Not sure of the position of your hotel but taxis are best unless you feel like using the bus, great fun. Enjoy the gardens.
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I am so desperate to visite Mr Hunte's gardens when we stop over from our cruise in the Carribeans. How do we get there ? tours ? taxi ? tuk tuk ? how far is it ? how much for the transport to get there... I would prefer to do it in our own time so we are not rushed.
It sounds so enchanting. Thank you for taking the time to reply.
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Hello apologies for the reply to this - Easily reachable by taxi probably about 30 mins from the airport and likely around 30-40 Barbados Dollars each way, a must if you are here for short duration as is the East Coast if... More
Hello apologies for the reply to this - Easily reachable by taxi probably about 30 mins from the airport and likely around 30-40 Barbados Dollars each way, a must if you are here for short duration as is the East Coast if you can fit it in.