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Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve
#1 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
The park, a gem of the Bahamas National Trust, is beautiful, from the native plants it showcases to the thoughtfully laid out trails and elegant waterfall, freshwater wetland and other features.
The Leon LevyPlant reserve is a wonderful oasis of nature presented beautifully in a manner for all to enjoy and with a genuinely academic desire to preserve the Bahamas plant life.
Lighthouse Beach
#2 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
It's a little bit of a walk from where you park, but it's easy!
Then you will get there park your car, walk around and visit an extraordinarily beautiful stretch of beach imaginable.
French Leave Beach Governor's Harbour
#3 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
It's easy to find from the Queens Highway - as soon as you find the French Leave Resort turn down the road on the opposite side and just follow it for a short while until you find a little clearing to park.
Eat at Tippy's and see the Levi nature preserve if ocean too rough
Ten Bay Beach
#4 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
A bit bumpy driving into the beach but you can park very close which makes it easy to bring your stuff with you.
Parking is limited, and best you park pointing the direction you'll want to leave in.
Glass Window
#5 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
For nature lovers like me it's definitely an awe-inspiring and thought-provoking experience.
Park your car on the north side of the bridge where the south bound lane ends, walk 50 feet and you're there.
Queens Bath
#6 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Nature at its finest, makes you feel so small and humble.
Even on a calm day, there are waves that wash in/out of the lowest pool, which are fun, but you're in mother nature, be careful.
Twin Cove Beach Governor's Harbour
#7 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
This is a natural piece of art that we can enjoy without any interference from Man - Nature has done its work perfectly and its impossible to improve upon it - pink sand and calm seas and a glorious reef full of T...
Relatively easy to get to by Eleuthera standards, there are several areas to pull your car in to park.
Gaulding's Cay
#8 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
intimate cay nestled in between a park and homes but it was so pretty there.
Bahamas Ocean Safaris
#9 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Rainbow Bay Beach
#10 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Princess Cays
#11 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Ocean Hole Rock Sound
#12 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Preacher's Cave
#13 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Current Cut
#14 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Spider Cave Rock Sound
#15 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
When you see a white church ( Allan Chapel AME Church) on your your left, park there.
Winding Bay
#16 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Hatchet Bay Cave
#17 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Whiteland Beach Rock Sound
#18 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
You'll see a big tree and a sand dune to walk up, this is where you'll park your car.
It's all up to Mother Nature.
Northside Beach Rock Sound
#19 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Lover's Beach Gregory Town
#20 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
You'll continue on the path and you should be able to the beach as well as a spot to park your vehicle.
Twin Sisters Beach Gregory Town
#21 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
But it's perfectly fine to park there.
Devil's Backbone
#22 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Cistern Cay Beach
#23 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Sapphire Blue Hole
#24 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Jack's Bay Beach
#25 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Islandia Beach
#26 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
Bannerman Town
#27 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera
White Hole
#28 of 28 Nature & Parks in Eleuthera