Incredible Warderick Wells – Exuma Land and Sea Park

Hi All!

You can’t go to the Exumas without going to the incredible and fabulous Exuma Land and Sea Park.  It’s main office is located in Warderick Wells but it is comprised of many uninhabited islands that are great for snorkeling, hiking and just enjoying the natural beauty of the Exumas.

Exuma park is a “no take zone.”  This means you can look but not take.  You cannot fish, conch, shell, lobster or any other activity that will damage the ecology of the area.

The cell phone service and internet is very bad at Warderick Wells.  So when Tom needs to make a call or see the weather on the net he has to climb Boo Boo Hill and stand in just the right spot to “get connected.”  Makes you consider if you really need to see that email! lol

We love Exuma Park.  This is a very special treat!

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Harry/SIRIUS finds a beautiful conch shell.

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Beautiful Warderick Wells sunset!

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Watch out! Storm coming!

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Baby sting ray.

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Tom and Harry/SIRIUS trying to “get connected” on their cell phones

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Dave and Sue/SANS CLAES, Tom, Harry and Fran/SIRIUS – Hiking up Boo Boo Hill.

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Warderick Wells north anchorage – taken from park office. Stay in the dark blue water or you will run aground!

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Tom’s first swim of the season – Warderick Wells

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Bahamas – Shades of Blue

Hope you enjoyed the photos.  Thanks for stopping by!

Cathie on s/V INTERLUDE.  OUT.

 

 

 

 

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