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Lucayan National Park

By Hudson, USA, March 2013

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Often thought of as simply pristine coastline and white sand beach, what makes the Bahamas famous,  is more than idyllic beach beauty. Six very diverse ecosystems at work in this island nation, and all six of them can be seen in one spectacular little trip to Lucayan National Park. Pine trees, mangroves, ferns, swamp and orchids abound, and at Lucayan National Park, you can see some of what makes the Bahamas more than just a resort island escape.

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.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Bahamas Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Bahamas.

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