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Navassa Island NWR is closed to the public. Access is extremely hazardous and there are no beaches on Navassa since island rises abruptly from the sea with cliffs reaching heights of 20 meters or more. Thus, no visitor services are provided. However, staff does maintain a website for the refuge as well as provide off-refuge educational services as part of the Caribbean Islands NWR Complex based out of Cabo Rojo NWR in Puerto Rico.

Other Facilities in the Complex

Navassa Island National Wildlife Refuge is one of many refuges that make up the Caribbean Islands National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Each refuge in the complex plays vital role to conserving our unique, endemic species and resources in the Caribbean. 

Locations

Navassa Island National Wildlife Refuge
C/O Caribbean Islands Refuges Carr 301, Km 5.1, Bo Corozo Boqueron, 00622