West Side National Park, Andros, The Bahamas

Established in 2002, this 1.5 million acre National Park protects a large area of pristine coastal wetlands that are the most productive marine nursery in The Bahamas. It is also prime habitat for bonefish and an important feeding area for the endangered West Indian Flamingo.

West Coast
Contact Information:
Mr. Steven Smith, Park Warden
(242) 368-2882
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