Discover one of the world's largest underwater cave systems, extending more than 6 miles (9.6 km), on a guided tour through Lucayan National Park. The 40-acre park boasts spectacular white-sand beaches, turquoise water, luscious mangrove trees, and best of all, underground caverns and hidden caves.
Just 20 minutes outside of Freeport you find an extensive cave system illuminated by natural skylights. Take a spiral staircase toward the water and explore the hidden Ben’s Cave. From there you can see breathtaking caverns that extend thousands of yards. Watch for the unique cave fish as your knowledgeable tour guide shares the cave system’s history and pirate legends.
At Gold Rock Creek, wander through the 5 natural ecosystems found on Grand Bahama. Then stroll along the wooden boardwalk to the spectacular Gold Rock Beach, where you find 52 miles (84 km) of stunning white sand. You may recognize this striking beach from the Hollywood film series Pirates of the Caribbean . The crystal clear water makes it easy to spot tropical fish, Bahamian conch shells, and even starfish.