Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, Eleuthera
Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, Eleuthera - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Banks Rd., Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera Island, Bahamas
Ticket Price: 5 BSD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, Eleuthera
This beautiful 25 acre nature preserve is located on Bank Road of Governor’s Harbour. Funded by the Bahamas National Trust and funded by the Leon Levy Foundation, the Preserve is considered as a must-visit place for environmental education. The founder Shelby White established this Preserve in memory of her late husband Leon Levy, who was very fond of plants. Today the Preserve serves as a research center for traditional bush medicine. Walk through the boardwalk and you will come across a small waterfall. Move further and the path will take you to the Observation tower where you will come across nearly hundreds of different trees, plants and wildlife like five-finger plants and mangroves.
It is an ideal place to enjoy a walking tour with friends and families.
Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve Information
- If you prefer self-guided tour, the welcome center provide map and a plan identification guide.
Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve Ticket Prices
- Children (12 years and under) : $3
- Senior Citizen : $4
- Call for group rates
- BNT members : free admission
Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve Opening and Closing Hours
- This nature preserve is open daily.
How To reach Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve by Public Transport
- By car
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Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, Eleuthera Reviews - Write a Review
Wonderful place to check out the local flora and fauna. There are miles of trails with descriptions of the local plants and animals, a turtle pond, observation tower, mangrove swamp boardwalk, and many more sights. Everyone there was exceptionally nice, helpful, and informative. They have separate areas foot edible plants, poisonous plants, and even invasive species. If you're visiting the Governor's Harbour area, you must check this out!
Really cool place to visit. Interesting information and honestly by the highlight of the visit was speaking to the local who worked there. His knowledge of herbs, was really enlightening. If you like walking trails, being educated on history and science, this place is for you.
The tour was excellent ! The staff has great hospitality skills .
After visiting Clifton Heritage Park in New Providence, our expectations were not high. Wow! This place was absolutely amazing. It was well thought out, the displays were excellent, the terrain beautiful. Bravo Bahamas, and bravo Eleuthera for a great experience. The family loved it and I will recommend this to anyone visiting Eleuthera. It is a must do.
Simply a national treasure! Fantastic experience for all to enjoy.