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We stayed in a rental nearby (but would happily stay at Greenwood without question). My brother and sister-in-law went on two dives with Antoine and my sister-in-law took kite boarding lessons with him twice and were extremely happy with their experiences. The whole family visited...More
After the passing of sweet Ana and the absence of genteel Waldemar, we were concerned that we might not enjoy our sixth stay at the Greenwood. Within hours of our arrival, our fears were laid to rest. Thankfully Chris is now graciously sharing his family...More
End of road. Very friendly. 8 mile beach. Great reefs off beach. Yours will be the only footprints. Walk to N and go clothing optional. Very private.. Very historic island. Lots to look at but do not expect a formal tour. Ask questions and you...More
We have stayed at Greenwood Beach Resort several times and have always enjoyed it. The location can't be beat. The hotel sits on an absolutely beautiful private beach and feels like a home away from home. The staff is friendly and the food at the...More
I stayed at Greenwood Beach Resort only to do some diving, but ended up really liking this place. It isn't a 5 star luxury resort, but has a totally relaxed ambience & a sensational location - right on 5 or so miles of pristine, untouched...More
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Since we are dealing with animals living in the free world, we can never guarantee that divers will encounter Oceanic White Tips. We have seen them in December and straight thru June. Chances are good the sharks will... More
Since we are dealing with animals living in the free world, we can never guarantee that divers will encounter Oceanic White Tips. We have seen them in December and straight thru June. Chances are good the sharks will be around in May. But again no guarantee.