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Drove away from the crowds to this small but dense jungle and it was really cool, some dense and... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Karina R
Los Angeles, California
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A world away from Atlantis- a highlight of my trip.

Primeval Forest National Park is pretty low key - no elaborate interpretive centre or gift shop... read more

Reviewed April 16, 2018
Calgary, Canada
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| Hillside Pl, Nassau, New Providence Island
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Drove away from the crowds to this small but dense jungle and it was really cool, some dense and full of sinkholes!!! But was really cool, was how much vegetation was in the national forest.

Thank Karina R
Reviewed April 16, 2018

Primeval Forest National Park is pretty low key - no elaborate interpretive centre or gift shop - just a patch of primeval Bahamas landscape and vegetation. You probably need to rent a vehicle to get here, or arrange with your cab driver to stay and...More

2  Thank BookladyCalgary
Reviewed March 6, 2018

I went on a tour with several other people, led by Carolyn Wardle of "Bahamas Outdoors Ltd". This place was magical! Unfortunately, my battery in my camera died so I have no photos, but you can google this place and see some online. It was...More

1  Thank B33522920B
Reviewed January 5, 2018 via mobile

Absolutely fascinating tour with Ranger Kristoff, who was superb. He was patient, extremely knowledgeable and ready to share all information on the flora, fauna, and all other historic and other details. Do not miss. You can tip him as you wish. It takes around an...More

2  Thank Tiramits
Reviewed November 29, 2017

A truly wonderful experience and a chance to see the real Nassau. The park has an excellent board walk that meanders through the trees and even deep in to a sinkhole. Yes you could do the park by yourself but take a guided tour with...More

2  Thank geoff d
Reviewed October 13, 2017

Primeval Forest National Park if off the beaten track, and then some, but it is well worth the effort as the park is well laid out, clear and interesting information is provided on boards throughout the walks and the scenery is spectacular in places. Inside...More

1  Thank mdeveria
Reviewed August 15, 2016 via mobile

Nassau is more an american / Las Vegas style island with many big ecological monsters (look at the Hotels in "Paradise Island". So taxi driver know only the streets to airport, downtown and eco monsters. Was hard to explain to an native taxi driver how...More

3  Thank WorldSten
Reviewed May 11, 2016

This is a wonderful little park. Bring your camera. The self paced walk took us a little over 30 minutes. The park staff were pleasant and begin your visit with a short history of the park, things you will see and could see if you...More

3  Thank John G
Reviewed April 11, 2016

This place is really cool! I don't understand why hardly any locals seem to know about it. We had to google the location and show to both the hotel bellboy and the cab driver so that they knew where it was. It's very easy to...More

3  Thank txtraveler833
Reviewed February 28, 2016

Wow. First off, this is an amazing natural phenomenon you have to check out when you're in Nassau! Second, the staff here are so kind and happy to see you! There was one park ranger here who immediately greeted us and was probably more excited...More

8  Thank NodJen
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September 28, 2017|
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Response from BookladyCalgary | Reviewed this property |
I don't think the jitneys go out there, and it's well past the airport. i would say you'd need to book a taxi to take you and stay there then bring you back. Might actually be cheaper to rent a car for the day.
March 30, 2017|
Response from BookladyCalgary | Reviewed this property |
You could - it's only about 40 minutes drive - but organizing your transport would be your challenge. We rented a car for the day and used it to explore. You could get there by taxi, but you'd need your taxi to wait or... More