Grand Bahama Island
Grand Bahama Island, 17 miles at its longest point, features a lush parkway system connecting the cruise port to casino resorts, shopping, entertainment, and beaches. If plans permit, visit during Junkanoo.
An earthy straw market, duty-free shops, pristine sandy beaches, and water sports quickly come to mind.
Lucayan Indians left the Lower Caribbean and settled throughout islands around 900-1500 AD.
Protected southern reefs and northern cays are filled with numerous crunchy white sand beaches.
Lucayan National Park exhibits teal-colored water, majestic pines, and a long underwater cave system.
Visitors may use their home license for up to 3 months, enough to learn the tricky roundabouts.