Princess Alexandra National Park

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As the name suggests, Princess Alexandra National Park protects roughly 6,532 acres (2,643 hectares) of coastal and marine territory. Declared as a national park in the year 1992, this stunning wilderness sanctuary includes stunning reefs, the gorgeous Grace Bay Beach, and several wetlands islands including Mangrove Cay and Little Water Cay, the latter of which is famous for the iguanas that live on its beautiful shores. Divers flock to the northern barrier reef found in this park, which boasts some of the area's most incredible dive sites.

Location:  Princess Alexandra Land & Sea National Park