When it comes to nature, The Bahamas has some of the most intriguing, exotic and mysterious natural phenomena on the planet.
With 32 National Parks, including marine protected areas, such as the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park – the first land and sea park anywhere in the world, it’s no surprise that The Bahamas are home to so many exotic species. The vast Inagua National Park is not only home to 28 species of Bahamian birds not seen in the USA, Canada, or Europe, but is also home to 80,000 West Indian Pink Flamingos – the world’s largest colony of this incredible species. You can also find the endangered Bahama Parrot, the Andros Iguana and a host of other unique creatures.
Eco-tours allow visitors to see a side of the islands that is normally hidden; travel to ancient caves, visit wetlands and coppice forest, or sail the deep blue sea and observe Spotted Dolphin, Green Sea Turtles, Loggerhead and Caribbean Stingrays.