Activities and things to do in the Bahamas
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Please select from the following Bahamas activities,
great places to go and many things to do while enjoying our Islands in the Bahamas:
Adventures Explore the ocean, reefs, cays and private islands surrounding Grand Bahama with Captain A.J., whose experience and willingness to please will delight you. A seasoned Bahamian captain with impressively equipped charter vessels is ready to make your visit to The Bahamas the best memory of your vacation. Deep sea fishing, picnic, snorkel and explore -- any adventure you wish to plan, customize it to your liking.
Let your imagination be your guide to your perfect adventure,
also private island
getaways, cay exploration and over night visits to Out Islands and settlements. Exotic Adventures will make your trip unforgettable!
- Garden of the Groves is Grand Bahama’s premier nature experience! Explore winding trails through lush vegetation, cascading waterfalls and sparkling fountains.
Visit the picturesque chapel, which has been consecrated and is a favourite place for weddings, prayer and meditation.
Explore the Garden Shops, discover the sacred beauty of the Labyrinth, enjoy lunch or dinner at the Garden Café and Bar, or children can play at the newly expanded playground.
Grand Bahama Nature Tours We are Freeport Bahama's most experienced kayak
and Eco-tour operator. There are many tours to choose from including our Jeep Safari tour, Birding tour, Biking, sightseeing, shopping and beaching tour, Peterson Cay snorkeling trip, or our ATV off-road Tropical Garden and Beach Break. Our trip to Gold Rock Creek is on of the options in our Jeep Safari tour which includes a guided nature
walk through the Lucayan National Park and Caves, bird watching, light picnic
and time for swimming on a beautiful beach.
B Fishing Don't mess with the res' Fish with Capt' Les! Freeport Bahamas Reef fishing with light tackle 7 days a week, personalized combo
tour with variety of activities, romantic tour, small groups of 2-6, great fun for families, with personalized
service from Captain Les. Free transportation, bait, and equipment provided, and reasonable rates. A must on your things to do list while in Grand Bahama!
Tree Stables The ultimate eco tour of Grand Bahama Island! Enjoy an adventure on horse back in Freeport Bahamas as the guided trail winds its way through the endangered Pine Forest, past the famous Castle and through the Hardwood Coppice, along the Swash, over the Dunes, west on the beautiful Williams Town Beach and into the Sea. Our horses are suitable for all levels including experienced
riders, bush ride or endless beach rides.
- Bahamas Outdoors Discover birding on New Providence and Paradise Island, visit forest, wetlands, seashore, ponds, nature reserves to find your target birds or just enjoy visiting various habitat areas.
Tours start at your hotel or near the cruise ship docks and include the use of binoculars, spotting scope, field guides and refreshments. Picnic lunch offered with full day tour. Experience Nassau's Natural beauty with our eco-friendly birding or nature tours today!
Barefoot Snorkel and Sailing Cruises Snorkeling from a Sailboat is an unforgettable experience, we offer a variety of snorkeling adventures from 1/2 day with or without our beaching adventure or the whole day snorkeling and beaching! We provide refreshments and snacks (BBQ lunch with our whole day snorkeling adventure). Enjoy the fantastic feeling of sailing in Nassau Bahamas and Paradise Island - lay off on the deck under as you sunbathe, or sit in the shade under the sails. You'll find that snorkeling with Barefoot Sailing Cruises is the perfect vacation experience.
Golf Course Information For Nassau Article regarding golf courses available Nassau Bahamas and Paradise Island
The Pompey Museum of Slavery and Emancipation This is a permanent
exhibit which illustrates the history of slavery, abolition and emancipation in
the Bahamas. The museum is extremely informative, documenting daily slave conditions, the abolition movement, the Emancipation
Act of August 1,1834 and the post emancipation era in the Bahamas.
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