t Turner's Hall Woods in Barbados you will witness a 50 acre nature reserve & park used mainly for hiking and is the remains of a once lush tropical forest. Although not a typical rain forest, there is still a presence of some of the usual associated vegetation as well as a thick growth of trees.
At Turner's Hall Woods you can see green monkeys, ferns, a variety of palms, lianas, white cedar trees and lots more. It also provides a great view of the rugged east coast.
Along the trail is a plaque commemorating the visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Barbados.
Turners Hall Woods is the only location on the island where Jack-in-de-box trees can be found