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National parks of the Bahamas

Explore some of the national parks of the Bahamas, which cover more than two million acres of land, are home to protected marine life and endangered species, and contain one of the world’s longest underwater caves and extensive coral reefs


by Marina Nelson


The growing popularity of the Bahamas is not just due to its idyllic sandy beaches and clear waters, but also to the expansion of its wildlife parks. Since 2002, the National Park System of the Bahamas has doubled in size to reach 32 parks covering two million acres.

Here we take a closer look at some of most popular parks, featuring stunning wildlife, beautiful flamingos, the Bahama parrot, protected marine species and a picturesque natural habitat for wildlife.

For more information on the 32 parks of the Bahamas, visit the Bahamas National Trust.


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