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Primeval Forest National Park

Primeval Forest National Park is a small national park located on southwestern New Providence Island in the Bahamas. A patch of old growth backland coppice and karst with an area of 7.5 acres, it is considered a time capsule of the old evergreen tropical hardwood forests of the Bahamas.



Queen's Staircase

The Queen's Staircase is a walkway of 66 steps in Nassau, the capital city of The Bahamas. It was carved out of solid limestone rock by 600 slaves between 1793 and 1794 to create an escape route from the fort above and is a major landmark of Nassau. The stairs are located at Fort Fincastle Historic Complex near Bennet's Hill in Downtown Nassau next to Princess Margaret Hospital and Grosvenor Campus of the University of the Bahamas. The staircase has water cascading to a pool below, along the side over series of steps. At the bottom a walkway goes between high stone walls, tropical plants and trees.



Pig Beach

Pig Beach located on Big Major Cay is a beach on an uninhabited island located in Exuma, the Bahamas. The island takes its unofficial name from the fact that it is populated by a colony of feral pigs which live on the island. It has become a tourist attraction in modern times. The pigs are known in popular culture as "the swimming pigs" although other islands with swimming pigs exist in the Bahamas.



Lucayan National Park

Lucayan National Park is a national park in Grand Bahama, the Bahamas. The park was established in 1982 and has a land area of 40 acres, and 1,937 acres in total. The park contains an underwater cave system with 6 mi of charted tunnels.



Ardastra Gardens & Wildlife Conservation Centre

Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre in Nassau, The Bahamas opened in 1937 though the work of the Jamaican horticulturist, Hedley Vivian Edwards. From the Latin Ardua astrum, Ardastra means "Striving for the stars". In the 1950s the Bahamian government brought flamingoes with the intention of breeding, as they had become rare there. In 1982 the gardens were bought by Bahamian, Mr. Norman Solomon, who started the first Bahamian zoo. Best known for its flamingos, the zoo now has about 200 animals.



Gordon's Bay Eco Resort

Gordon's Bay Eco Resort is located on the island of Acklins Bahamas.









Sawmill Sink

This inland blue hole near Marsh Harbour, is a one-of-a-kind treasure trove of history that is helping to explain what The Bahamas was like before the arrival of humans. No other blue hole has produced the quantity or quality of fossils as Sawmill Sink.



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