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Little Inagua National Park

National Park or Protected Area
Flamingos in the water on Little Inagua National Park – Bahamas National Trust

Little Inagua, designated a National Park by the Bahamas Government in 2002, is the largest uninhabited island in the Wider Caribbean and exists in a remote, natural, undisturbed state. It is a documented nesting location for critically endangered sea turtle species.

Its surrounding waters contribute to the supply of fisheries, eggs, larvae, and sub-adults that are swept into the remaining Bahamian marine territory. Park designation includes the marine area to 100 fathoms, increasing the percentage of marine ecosystem under protection for fisheries' replenishment purposes. The approximate area of this National Park is 31,600 acres.

Click here to see the park's boundaries.

Accessibility Notes

Access to the cay is by boat only, and the journey might not be suitable for persons with mobility impairments or those in wheelchairs. Also, the terrain is generally very rocky.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are not permitted in National Parks, in order to protect endangered wildlife.

Recreational Opportunities

An escorted tour to the Park is with an approved guide only. Permission from the Bahamas National Trust is required in advance. Ideal for birding and wildlife encounters and photo opportunities.


Seasons Accessible

Year Round


Tour costs for 2½ hours is generally $40 each for 1-5 persons; $30 per person for groups of more than five.

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