Grand Bahama Island, 17 miles at its longest point, features a lush end-to-end parkway system connecting cruise port to casino resorts, shopping, entertainment, residential areas and beaches. If your plans permit, visit during Junkanoo Festival on Boxing Day.
Welcome to Grand Bahama Island
When one thinks of Grand Bahama Island, handsomely dressed Bahamian policemen and the earthy straw market welcoming at the cruise port enter the conversation. Pristine sandy beaches, watersports, should not be far behind … More
People lived in The Bahamas as early as 300 to 400 AD. In the 10th century, Lucayan Indians — a subgroup of the Arawaks – settled throughout The Islands of The Bahamas around 900-1500 AD. The Lucayans had left the Lower Caribbean to avoid their enemies, the Carib Indians, who were known to be fierce warriors and cannibals … More
Protected reef southern shoreline and northern cays are filled with numerous crunchy white sand beaches … More
Lucayan National Park exhibits teal colored water, spotless beaches … see the majestic pine trees which populate Lucayan National Park, also home to one of the world’s longest underwater cave systems … More
Unlike America, you drive on the left side. Be careful on those crazy roundabouts! Visitors may use their home license for up to three months … More