Bird watchers will not want to pass up a chance to explore Great Inagua Island, home of Inagua National Park -- otherwise known as the largest breeding colony in the world of West Indian Flamingos.
Great Inagua Island spans 287 square miles and features a varies topography that birds love.
Not only is Inagua Island home to more than 50 thousand West Indian Flamingos, but a myriad of other bird species including Tri-colored Herons, Great Egrets, Brown Pelicans, and West Indian Whistling Ducks reside here.
Situated on the island of Inagua, in the vicinity of Great Inagua, Inagua National Park invites visitors who are rooming on this part of the island or nearby. Regardless of whether or not you are staying particularly close, you should think about stopping by to enjoy a great time.
Active travelers will find Inagua National Park in a secluded area, removed from most popular tourist attractions.
Village Road , Inagua, Bahamas
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