Best spot on the island so far! Located along the Gran Bahaman highway, west from Freeport. You’ll need a car and a well packed picnic basket. You start of with a short walk (10-15mn) through a nature trail, a peek into a couple of some...More
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A car or taxi or tour is a must to visit the park. Protected area which is accessible all year round and located on the Grand Bahama Hwy towards Free Town (Gold Rock Creek). The park has one of the largest underwater cave systems In...More
$5.00 entrance fee includes the short trail to historical underground caves where Ararak Indians lived and buried their dead. After viewing these, head to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world! This is an all day trip, so carry your lunch, sunscreen, and...More
This park is about 30 miles East of Freeport so you’ll need transportation. We rented a car so we could go and explore on our own schedule. After parking the park warden will come collect your money. $5 per person but kids under 12 are...More
A large group of friends and I ran into a wonderful cab driver named Charlie Bevans when we were leaving a grocery store, and when we found out he did tours as well we couldn't resist! He took us for a lovely day to the...More
(I rate the park, not the gold rock beach) It is 5$ entrance and you can start in two directions. From the parking space left side or across the highway golden Rock Beach direction. A lot of green and nice trees and suddenly a mangroves...More
We just returned from a weeks stay in Freeport. Wife and I visited this beach. Easy to drive to. Relaxing and beautiful. We were with two other couples and were the only people at the park for 2 hours. You reach the beach by walking...More
We rented a car for $100 US dollars and drove to this park. It costs $5 per person and is nothing short of stunning! The paths were easy to travel and the beach is incredible!
Remote park about 30 minutes drive from Freeport. Entrance fee is $5 per person. Park has 2 parts. There is a short hiking trail loop that takes you by small watery caves that are intersting. The real highlight is the trail across the street that...More