The only tidal body of water on San Salvador and home to many juvenile marine species, this beautiful creek located in the southeastern part of the island is truly a beauty to behold. Archaeological excavations, conducted by the Bahamian Field Station, have shown that the peaceful indigenous people of The Bahamas, the Lucayan/Taino Amerindians, also had villages here. A small settlement named after the "Creek" was also home to many locals, but has long since been abandoned with the ruins of old houses still visible.

Because of the ecological importance of Pigeon Creek to the island of San Salvador, BNT and the San Salvador Living Jewels are now in the process of trying to obtain National Park status for the area in order to preserve and protect it's natural beauty.

Queen's Highway
South Victoria Hill
Contact Information:
San Salvador Tourist Office
(242) 331-1928
(242) 331-1929
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