There are 1,000 permanent human residents and over 80,000 West Indian Flamingos that populate the island of Great Inagua. This should give you some idea of the quiet, authentically natural environment that greets visitors when they arrive on the island. Most people visit strictly for sightseeing purposes and will travel to other islands to participate in some of the Bahamas most popular activities like fishing and diving.
Sightseeing is another good way to spend some of your vacation on Inagua. Click this link to see our page about area sightseeing and attractions.
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