Rand Nature Centre - Bahamas National Trust, Freeport
E Settlers Way, Freeport
AVERAGE USER RATING
Contact:+1 242 352 5438
Open Hours: Mo to Fr from 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM,Sa from 09:00 AM to 01:00 PM
Take a guided tour through a lush tropical forest, replete with hanging vines, serene pools and unusual wild animals. In ... More
Rand Nature Centre - Bahamas National Trust
Take a guided tour through a lush tropical forest, replete with hanging vines, serene pools and unusual wild animals. In addition to being the regional headquarters of the Bahamas National Trust, this 100-acre property is also home to the island's only flock of West Indian flamingos. Visits to this renowned national park are sure to include numerous picture-perfect moments. Admission costs US$5 for adults over age 13 and US$3 for children ages 5-12.
Reviews for Rand Nature Centre - Bahamas National Trust: 1
By A Yahoo Contributor, 3/22/08
The flamingos have all died and they have not been replaced. There were 2 peacocks in cages, one hawk in a cage and a couple of macaws also in cages.
You should stay on the trails as there is a plant called the poison plant which causes a painful rash if you brush on it or even if dew or water drips off the plant on to a person.
Not worth the trip.
This peaceful, tropical park is inhabited only by wildlife, although tourists from around the world visit daily. The park can
only be reached by boat. Most visitors paddle out in two or three person kayaks. The water around the ...