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Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, Eleuthera
Categories: National Parks, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Discover over 300 species of indigenous plant life set over 10.1 ha (25 ac) at Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve. Around 3 km (2 mi) of trails take you on a journey to see freshwater wetlands, poisonous plants, a weather station and medicinal plant collection of over 100 species. A tropical, verdant retreat dedicated to conservation, education and research into native plant life, the preserve is also a home to over 34 species of bird that make their shelters in the leafy canopies. Learn to identify hundreds of species of plant and enjoy a lazy afternoon strolling the lush trails of this tranquil Bahamian preserve. Put Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve into our Eleuthera tour planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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This is a place that I wouldn't miss! It's beautiful, tranquil, and relaxing. There is so much to explore and the people are wonderful. Can't wait to return!
I had a wonderful time learning about and identifying different plant species. Omar was an excellent guide. I would recommend Leon Levy to anyone who has an appreciation for plants, nature and the env... read more »
We read about the Leon Levy nature preserve online and had an amazing nature experience there. It is well planned and fun. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys nature.
Girl With Her Views
Beautiful place to explore. Lots to see, a great little hike and once you reach to top of Ethan's Tower the 360 view of the island can't be beat. Make sure you wear sunscreen and a hat and have fun exploring.
Cool plants, cool people. The employee who met us told us all about local plants and history, and answered any questions we had about the island.
What an amazing place!! Every time my wife and I visit the preserve new features and events have been added. There is so much to see. A great chip covered orchid lined hiking trail takes you up to Ethan's Tower where there are spectacular views of the ocean and countryside. Another trail leads to a complete weather station and then goes on to a huge display of local edible plants. A winding boardwalk allows you to see first hand the various species found in a mangrove swamp. Plants are identified by their numbers as you continue through to the bush medicine areas. Along the way there are many water features that provide habitats for local plants and animals. We've also been to the youth oriented Halloween and Christmas parties. Great care was taken by the staff to engage the young people and provide multitudes of opportunities for learning about their environment. Whether you have a day or few hours the time spent at the Levy Preserve will make you anxious to return..
Best place EVER I learner so mucj
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