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Freeport

Country
Bahamas
State
Freeport
City
Freeport City
Type of Location
Multiple
About Location

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Places to Visit
How to Reach

By Air

The main airport serving the city is the Grand Bahama International Airport.Numerous Flights are available from South Florida. American Eagle offers daily flights from Miami. Bahamasair, Continental Connection, and Spirit Airlines all offer daily flights from Fort Lauderdale.

By Cruises

The Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA) here are many cruises departing from Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale) that offer cheap tickets to Freeport and Nassau you can buy a ticket for less than $100 USD.The port and the airport of Freeport are not near the city so you will have to pay $5 USD ban to reach the city center.

Key places to visit
Lucayan National Park, Port Lucaya, Coral Beach, Maclean's Town


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Places to Visit

Lucayan National Park

The Rand Nature Centre (named in honour of its founder James Rand),Petersons Cay a small isle about 300 yards off the shore of Grand Bahama and the Lucayan National Park founded by Peter Barratt a former Architect/Town Planner of Freeport.The Lucayan National Park is 40 acres (0.16 km2) in extent and includes five ecological zones stretching from the south shore to the pineyard.There is an extensive underwater cave system beneath the Park.One cave entrance is accessible by stairs at the national park.Other caves are accessible for certified scuba divers.

Port Lucaya

Port Lucaya is the tourist 'hub' of the island and is the location of many restaurants and shops. Various water-related activities as well as tours can be organized through the tourist booths in Port Lucaya.Live music and entertainment is also offered weekly, although Friday and Saturday nights tend to be the most popular nights (especially during spring break).

Coral Beach

Freeport is the site of a ridiculous number of amazing white-sand beaches.Some of the more popular ones are located at Our Lucaya, although for those looking for their own private location, it is well worth the trip to check out some of the others.The further you travel, the less other tourists you will see.Recommended locations - Coral Beach, Williams Town Beach, Xanadu Beach, Taino Beach, Barbarry Beach, Plane-crash Beach,Gold Rock Beach etc.In general, the entire south side of Grand Bahama Island is beach, while the north side is mainly mangroves and swamps.

Maclean's Town

The rest of the Island for those more adventurous a trip either out to Maclean's Town or to West End is well worth while.If you are willing to explore you may be surprised by what little restaurants, shops, beaches, and hang out places you may discover.It will also give you a better understanding of the 'true' bahamas, in contrast to what you will find in Port Lucaya.

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