Stop Nearby Mangrove Forest: Join your guide for a ride to Lac Bay National Park. Look out for flamingos! It’s very common to see them wadding in the shallow waters of the mangrove forest
Lac Bay National Park: Home to three distinct species of mangrove trees and one of the Caribbean's best-preserved mangrove forests, Lac Bay National Park, boasts one of the island's only sandy beaches. The wild sea grass that grows here is an important habitat for queen conchs, rays, seahorses and lobsters. The area is home to wetland birds, wildlife grazing at watering holes and pink flamingos.
Mangrove Eco Tour by Skiff: Embark on a skiff tour among the mangroves of Lac Bay National Park, by solar powered boat, guided by a well-trained naturalist. Visitors can learn about the mangroves, one of the most unknown and most endangered environments on our planet. The tour takes you inside the labyrinth of mangrove trees for a truly amazing and educational experience.
Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age – 6 years. For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with back or neck injuries, high blood pressure or heart conditions may not participate on this excursion.
What to Bring: Beach towel and wear comfortable clothing; shoes that can get wet.
Good to Know: Lac Bay National Park is a wetland site designated to be of international importance under the Ramsar Convention. Boat embarkation area can be wet, muddy and slippery. Due to the national park protection laws, the boat is not allowed to dock. You will be stepping directly onto the boat from approximately 8 in. of shallow water. Off-road portion of transfer can be bumpy. We suggest you apply bug repellent before start of the tour.