With crystal clear waters, it’s easy to catch a glimpse into the marine life in Freeport. Explore the beautiful Grand Bahama Island waters that include a scenic tour of the underwater creatures. Enjoy bright, colorful coves home to corals and multicolored fish. Snorkeling and scuba diving is a great way to meet this underwater world with minimal training and skills; a Bahamas activity the whole family can take part in. Click to Explore Bahamas Beaches
If you like to remain active, the Bahamas is home to 6 ecosystems that are available for hiking and exploration, including the most Blue Holes, and deepest in the world. The Inland Blue Hole Adventure is both on land and sea, but the adventure begins with Owl’s Hole where you descend 30 feet by ladder into the hole. If that’s not adventurous enough, the journey isn’t over until you snorkel and dive even deeper into the dark, cavernous Blue Hole.
Grand Bahama is home to one of the biggest destinations on the island, the Lucayan National Park. The national park is home to 6 ecosystems, 2 caves and 42 acres of land. For your go-to entertainment sightseers can enjoy includes diving, walking/hiking, swimming and even sun bathing. The adventure starts with a dive, a walking into ecosystems and their history, then finished on Gold Rock Beach. Click to Explore Bahama Food
Kayak through one of the largest creek systems in the private city of Freeport, Grand Bahama at Dover Sound. If it’s adventure you seek, kayaking is the root of exploration. Sneak into nature where you can drift along the waters to experience the Reddish Egrets Night Herons and Yellow Warblers of the open canopy. Don’t forget to look below you; the shallower waters are home to crabs, snappers, puffer fish, sponges and much more. Click to Explore Bahamas Nightlife