Located on the south coast of New Providence Island, this 1,235-acre national park preserves the natural beauty of coastal wetlands. When visiting Nassau, take a day to explore what the Caribbean islands looked like hundreds of years ago. The park is visitor-friendly, with wooden walkways and observation platforms.
If you want to get closer to the marine life, you can kayak and snorkel in the area. An ongoing mangrove rehabilitation project will only help increase the wildlife in the park.
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