Bonefish Pond National Park, Nassau

3.5
#6 of 6 in Nature in New Providence Island
National Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Bonefish Pond National Park is a national park in New Providence, the Bahamas. The park was established in 2002 and has an area of 1,235 acres (5 km2).
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  • We rolled into this park on a weekday (Monday, 1/27/2020) when it was technically not open. The gate was open so we drove in and walked the boardwalk. It was low tide, but we still saw a lot of...  more »
  • If your passing that way it’s worth a stop but not worth a special trip. It’s only open Saturday and Sunday. Boardwalk has stairs down to the water if you are interested in snorkeling it could be...  more »
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  • Our tour guide was so nicer and informative.
  • It was nice for a peace of mind and relaxing

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