Andros Barrier Reef National Park

The Andros Barrier Reef National Park is a protected reef that also happens to be one of the longest in the world. The park today serves as an important breeding ground for countless fish that populate the area.

The national park is mainly used as a dive site where divers can take the plunge and explore the reefs that can be found beneath the water. While below, you will also be able to spot all the tropical fish that call the reefs home, using them as protection from rough waters and larger predators.


Situated in , welcomes local residents and travelers who are rooming in this area of the Bahamas. But even if you aren't staying nearby, you are free to drop by to enjoy a great time.

As the park is underwater, you will need a boat to reach it.

Situated on North Andros Island, Andros Barrier Reef National Park happily welcomes local residents and vacationers rooming on this part of the island. However, even if you aren't staying in this location, you should consider dropping by to check it out. It's south of Andros Town.

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