Get ready to spend a good portion of your days outdoors when you visit Andros. Beaches, national parks, nature reserves, and unique geological features abound, all of which will be of interest to travelers who enjoy exploring what Mother Nature has carefully produced.
You'll find a large selection of beaches to enjoy in the area. Snorkeling is available at several locations, for those who enjoy the underwater scene. You can click on the name of the beach for a detailed article concerning that individual beach.
Andros Lighthouse Beach: From the southwest corner of the Andros Lighthouse Yacht Club & Marina on the south side of Fresh Creek, there is a path that will take you directly out to the beach.
Another place worth considering is Love Hill Beach. A dirt road off Queen's Highway leads to Love Hill Beach.
Morgan's Bluff Beach: Morgan's Bluff Beach is set near Nicholl's Town on the northern tip of Andros.
These examples are just some of the options that are available. Visit this article if you want to find some more facts.
Do you hope to spend more of your vacation time outdoors? You may be pleased to know the area has several enjoyable nature preserves available.
Blue Holes National Park is a nature preserve located on Andros. One of Mother Nature's more unique creations has its home on the island of Andros in the Bahamas -- more than once. In fact, this island has the highest concentration of Blue Holes in the world.
Those looking to find a another great natural attraction will be interested in seeing opportunities like Crab Replenishment National Park. Considered to be the top crab park in the Bahamas, Crab Replenishment National Park is the spot for crab lovers to explore.
Take some time to look through the following table for a list of nature preserves .
|Andros Barrier Reef National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||19.0 mi. South of Central Andros Town|
|Blue Holes National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||20.1 mi. East of Central North Andros Island|
|Crab Replenishment National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||28.2 mi. South West of Central Clifton Bay|
Travelers can spend some time in the local park on Andros.
West Side National Park is located within Andros. West Side National Park, established in 2002, is a 1.3 million acre park that protects an expansive array of coastal lands and wildlife, from birds to Iguana. Many tourists make the trek for the primo bonefishing.
|West Side National Park||Park||19.3 mi. South-Southwest of Central Central Andros||Central Andros|
Another idea is to visit some of the more popular naturally occurring land formations. Fully natural attractions like these on Andros are listed here:
|Point||10.5 mi. Northwest of Central Andros Town||North Andros Island|
|Fresh Creek||Stream||27.3 mi. East-Southeast of Central North Andros Island||North Andros Island|
|Lake||Central Andros||North Andros Island|
|Point||8.0 mi. Northwest of Central Andros Town||North Andros Island|
|Other Natural Formation||11.1 mi. Northwest of Central Andros Town||North Andros Island|
|Other Natural Formation||3.6 mi. Northwest of Central Congo Town||Central Andros|
|Reef||2.1 mi. North of Central Andros Town||North Andros Island|
|Lagoon||Central Andros||North Andros Island|
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