Explore the Bahamas: Birding and Nature in Grand Bahama

Birding in the Bahamas

Visiting new destinations for its natural appeal and the hidden intricacies that makes each place different has become a big part of many vacations now and as visitors get more cost conscious, travelers have come to expect their trips to hold more significance.

Fortunately for us in the Bahamas, our expansive network of cays, island and small islets lend itself to a wide variety of natural sites to visit and explore.

Grand Bahama island the second city in the Bahamas, is home to one of the largest bird populations in the world. Unbeknown to most , many birds from around the world migrate to Freeport, for its warm sunny climate during the cold months.

Even the animals know its better inĀ  the Bahamas and thats another one of beautiful the dynamics of the bahamas, with having so many different islands with so many different natural attributes each one is home to different kinds of experiences.

Similar to how the Bahamas is mostly know for our resort culture, party lifestyle and most importantly our laid back attitude; protecting our wildlife and natural habitat are things we take very seriously in the islands.Take a look at the video below of how one of our visitors spent her time in Grand Bahama

To learn more about some of our natural preservatories visit the Bahamas National Trust website.

About the author: Fabian Christopher is the Managing editor and owner of Sandy Slipper Travel and online magazine. An avid enthusiast of the Bahamas, he is always ready and available to make your vacation dreams in the islands a memorable experience.

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