This is internationally recognized as a Key Biodiversity Area. It is a habitat for the San Salvador Rock Iguana, the highest diversity of nesting seabirds in The Bahamas (14 of 17 species), extensive sea-grass meadows, and healthy reef systems, like the critically endangered Elkhorn coral.

Queen's Highway
United Estates
Contact Information:
San Salvador Tourist Office
(242) 331-1928
(242) 331-1929;
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