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. The Blue Holes National Park protects these holes and the creatures that inhabit them.
Blue Holes National Park lies on North Andros Island; it is 9.6 miles to the west-northwest of Andros Town.
Food and drink choices are hard to find in the area close to Blue Holes National Park. The Great House, which serves Caribbean meals, will be of particular interest to visitors looking for a convenient meal. The Great House is only around four and a half miles from this wildlife reservation, so stop in and peruse the menu.
Vacationers will find this wildlife reservation in a quiet, remote area - without most hotels and other tourist attractions.
Village Road , North Andros Island, Bahamas
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