Primeval Forest National Park, Nassau

#3 of 6 in Nature in New Providence Island
Forest · Hidden Gem · National Park
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  • If you're an outdoors person. This is worth the visit. Imagine yourself on the island 4-5 hundred years ago,  more »
  • Nice 1 hour walk through an old-stand forest. Lots of sinkholes to see. Great smells. Just don't touch anything!  more »
  • I went on a guided tour for National Park Day. I got to see the oldest specimens of trees on the island and sinkhole formations and fossils that are thousands of years old. Our BNT guide intertwined our slave history and bush medicine traditions with the flora and fauna within the park. I'm a local, and I can't wait to come back.
  • The forest was serene and peaceful. Entry is free if you are a member of the Bahamas National Trust. Info provided on some of the features were helpful. The lichen, mushrooms, tillandsia, the many holes on seven acres of property all added interest to the tour.

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