Little Carrot Bay

National Park Mount Sarah

  • Little Carrot Bay, British Virgin Islands
  • The archipelago of the Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, Tortola 
  • National Park Mount Sara, located on the island of Tortola, was established in 1964. Its area is 96 hectares. Park Mount Sarah became the first national park in the British Virgin Islands, which was created to protect the forests of the island and the surrounding island watershed.
    The territory of the future reserve was acquired from individuals and placed under the leadership of national parks. Park received its name on the top of the volcano Mount Sarah, that is located inside the protected zone. Currently, under the protection of vegetation taken Zone semi-tropical forest, in which they were created special trails for walking and hiking. National Park live some species of rare birds, which are also taken under protection.
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