Ardastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Centre

Local nameArdastra Gardens, Zoo & Conservation Centre
LocationBermuda Triangle, Bahamas

Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Centre in Nassau, The Bahamas opened in 1937 though the work of the Jamaican horticulturist, Hedley Vivian Edwards.

From the Latin Ardua astrum, Ardastra means "Striving for the stars".

In the 1950s the Bahamian government brought flamingoes with the intention of breeding, as they had become rare there. In 1982 the gardens were bought by Bahamian, Mr. Norman Solomon, who started the first Bahamian zoo. Best known for its flamingos, the zoo now has about 200 animals.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ardastra_Gardens,_Zoo_and_Conservation_Centre

Official website http://ardastra.com/

Email info@ardastra.com

Phone +1 242 323 5806

Address Nassau, Bahamas

Coordinates 25°4'33.293" N -77°21'43.541" E

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