Freeport Attractions

Paradise Cove has direct access to Deadman's Reef right off the beach. Our secluded beach offers relaxation without the crowds, without the vendors. Enjoy snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, volleyball or just doing nothing at all.

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There’s one place that brings together all the best of Grand Bahama’s shopping, dining, and entertainment in one wonderful waterfront destination: Port Lucaya Marketplace

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The Garden of the Groves in the Grand Bahama's Island premier nature experience! You will find many indigenous and migratory birds and butterflies. Feel free to explore the winding trails, cascading waterfalls, sparkling fountains and picturesque chapel while you are there.

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Established in 1977, this 40-acre National Park incorporates one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world. Two caves are open to the public. Swimming in the caves is prohibited. A special permit is required for diving.

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A one and half acre geological wonder, being the only cay off Grand Bahama's leeward shore. This beautiful park is one of Grand Bahamas most heavily used getaway spots. The surrounding marine area is ideal for snorkeling.

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