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Best parks in The Bahamas

Public Art
“Unique outdoor destination featuring huge, colorful street murals by artists from around the globe”
286local recommendations
“The museum, movie, gardens, restaurant and gift shop offer many unique features and interesting information about culture and history of the gardens. Breathtakingly beautiful!”
96local recommendations
“Nice park by the beach and ocean drive. At night, there was alot of people and amazing view and in the day it has parks all over, boardwalk and the beach is right there. its very clean and fun. Bathrooms everywhere. ”
50local recommendations
“Jungle island is one of the most popular attractions in Miami. Through interactive experiences, Jungle Island enthralls park visitors with a sense of adventure and discovery. ”
95local recommendations
“Miami Sea Aquarium has forever been a firm family favorite attracting visitors from far and wide. With daily shows displaying dolphins, killer whales and other ocean mammals, the aquarium will delight any visitor. Make sure to take comfortable clothes and shoes!”
82local recommendations
Other Event
“99-acre urban park located on a shoal between the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. Open space featuring a scenic sandy beach, showers, a fishing dock & a skate park. Check for Kite events on Wednesdays”
88local recommendations
“Plaza Mayor is considered the center of the city. Around it there are plenty of historic places and touristic attractions.”
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“Unforgettable botanical garden. You'll be surrounded by tons of butterflies, as well as exotic birds and plants. ”
58local recommendations
“In this place there are different placer for all, there are the most beautifull waterfall of Cuba. ”
46local recommendations
“You can drive-through 4 mile Lion Country Safari in your car. And then walk-through waterpark with slides for kids, a petting zoo , Boat tours, paddle boats, bird feeding exhibit , miniature golf . There is a Restaurant and picnic area. ”
51local recommendations
“This is a great National Park with a tranquil beach, bathrooms with showers, BBQs. You can rent a kayak or a bike. The park has a number of bike trails from beginners to advance. If you love nature, this is a great place to spend your day.”
98local recommendations
“Learn about local marine life and terrestrial species and take a walk along their nature trail.”
55local recommendations
“So much to see here.... one of our favorite areas to visit in the park....? Shark Valley!!!”
47local recommendations
“Rare environments such as coastal sand hills, upland lakes, and scrub forests as well as the pristine Loxahatchee River make this park a unique spot to explore by foot or water. Historical interests include a secret WWII training camp, story of the shipwrecked Quaker merchant who is the park’s namesake, and Trapper Nelson, the legendary Wild Man of the Loxahatchee. Ranger-guided tours of Trapper Nelson’s 1930s pioneer homestead are available year-round. Visitors can enjoy paved and off-road biking, equestrian and hiking trails. Boating, canoeing and kayaking along the river are also great ways to see the park. Anglers can fish along the riverbank or from a boat. ”
47local recommendations
“this is the happening beach place. it has all kinds of restaurants and shops and the fishing pier.”
45local recommendations
“Great nearby nature trail to the beach and includes a long boardwalk that you can walk or take a ride from the tram to the beach. ”
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