This 2100-acre reserve, 20 miles south of Marsh Harbour, is home to some of the most unique and beautiful marine life in the world. There are more than 150 species in the undersea caves and on the coral, making this an extremely popular spot for snorkeling and diving. The six cays, uninhabited by people, are populated with nesting birds and other wildlife. It is maintained by the Bahamas National Trust. For more information and to schedule a trip to the park, contact Bahamas Naturalist Expeditions (+1 242 367 2189).
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