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Parks & nature in New Providence

Park
“This is one of our favorite spots in the area. Walk through historic sites that our ancestors carved out of limestone. Get lost in mesmerizing tranquil waters. Go on a day excursion and scuba dive to underwater statues. ”
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Beach
“Located East of Baha Mar and Goodman's Bay, Saunders Beach is a small beach that is not usually very crowded. Great view of the ocean.”
5local recommendations
Park
“Covering 7.5 acres of New Providence's hardwood forest, the Primeval Forest National Park is a remarkable site to visit for the nature enthusiast. This relatively undisturbed area was established as a national park in 2002 and features a diverse collection of plant and animal life, along with sinkholes and limestone caverns up to 50 feet long and over 30 feet deep. ”
4local recommendations
Park
“This is the centre of downtown, but we recommend walking the surrounding area which is the oldest part of Nassau. The government buildings and streets give you a feel for our colonial past. ”
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Park
“The Bahamas National Trust has great events and farmers markets. Great sight seeing for the natural/green traveler. Experience nature in the Bahamas. ”
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Garden
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Park
“The Royals - only the R and the S are on the sign, it's a little yellow wooden building at Fox Hill roundabout - great food at great prices! (Take out only)”
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Waterfront
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Beach
“One of the most beautiful beaches anywhere in the world. Rent jet skis, parasail, ride the Banana boats.”
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Scenic Viewpoint
“Nassau's most visited attraction is the Queen's Staircase. Climb the 65 steps, recently renovated, carved out of solid limestones by slaves in the late 18th century.”
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Scenic Viewpoint
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Garden
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Harbour / Marina
“There are several restaurants in Olde Towne Sandyport. Blue Sail is located directly at the beach with beautiful views and a good cocktail menu, it's great for lunch or dinner. Twisted Lime is a Sports Bar located at the canal. They have delicious food (Burger, Wings, Pasta, Fish, ...). Spritz Restaurant and Bar is also located at the canal with beautiful views. It's a nice restaurant for lunch or dinner or a drink. The New's Cafe is a popular sport for breakfast and lunch.”
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