The Lucayan National Park is roughly 40-acres of pristine wilderness, and with just one visit you’ll see a whole new side of what the Bahamas are all about. Dozens of rare flower species, orchids, bats, and thousands of other species of animal reside here, as does one of the longest and most extensive systems of underground caves in the world.
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