Nonsuch Island boasts an interesting history. During part of the 19th century, it was the site of a yellow fever quarantine. Today, however, it is primarily revered for its stunning scenery and wildlife sanctuary.
Located in the northeast part of the Bermuda chain, Nonsuch Island is only about 14 acres, but that acreage is rich with wildlife and pristine scenery. People come to visit to explore the island's natural beauty and to witness its wildlife in their natural setting. The island is home to many of Bermuda's rarest types of flora and fauna.
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