Let this Camp be the camp your child falls in love with nature. They will discover its wonders, its smells, its feels, and get excited about being part of it. The key is allowing for a close relationship to develop between children and nature before they are willing to protect it. Welchman Hall Gully offers a unique place for young people to explore nature in a safe environment.

Limited space available (maximum of 30 campers per week)

Activities include but not limited to:

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8 to 9 Drop Off
9 to 9.30 Registration
Intro games
Pyramid game
Talk Naturalist
The nose game nature game
9.30 to 11 Tour of gully Hike Hike roast marshmellows
11 to 11.30 B R E A K
11.30 to 12.30 Food web game Collect snails Investigate insects Hike
12.30 to 1.30 L U N C H
1.30 to 2.30 Decorate journal Design forest Plaster of Paris Treasure hunt
2.30 to 3 Pick Up
  • Environmental games
  • Hikes
  • Nature activities
  • Environmental art
  • Collecting snails
  • Roasting marshmellows
  • Tour outside the gully

Christmas Camp Dates:

  • Dec 19 to Dec 23, 2016
  • Jan 2 to Jan 6, 2017

Cost:  $225Bds ($113US) (5 days)  (no refund once camp has started or due to bad weather).   Camp T shirts $25Bds ($12.50 US)

Lunch is extra

Tours: On thrusdays hiking in another gully

Time: 9 am to 2.30 pm (drop off from 8.30 am)

Ages: 5 to 12 years old

Contact: Debra Branker by email welchmanhallgully@gmail.com or call (246) 234-9960 for more information

Pictures: go to facebook:welchmanhallgully, Barbados

Welchman Hall Gully is indeed a fantastic setting for you and your family to spend your holidays. What better way to enjoy quality time with your children than getting them acquainted with beauty of nature while giving them free rein to be curious and explore in a safe environment? Your children will no doubt have fun with our program of educational environmental games, chaperoned hikes and exploratory activities which deal all about the importance and fragility of our natural resources and the need to protect and conserve it for the coming generations..