Experience the perfect blue and exquisite underwater world and tropical wildlife at one of the Bahamas’ National Parks. Inside the confines of some of the Bahamian National Parks are several world wonders, including the largest concentration of blue holes and the largest population of West Indian Flamingos in the world. There are about 32 national parks in the Bahamas, covering more than two million acres of land. The parks are home to endangered species and protected marine life. It is also home to one of the world’s longest underwater caves and immense coral reefs. So, which National Park in the Bahamas will you visit? Abaco National Park This park is a hot spot for bird watching.