Very busy and tacky area. It's a tourist trap. We wanted to check the port area but only the cruise passengers are allowed to go there.
This is the port where all the cruises dock - there was only three cruise ships that day so it wasn't too packed. Once you walk through the "visitor center" all the men are taxi drivers and all the women are hair braiders. Just say "no thank you" and keep walking. The tourists shops and stands all sell the same... More
We had 4 ships at port on this stop, the place was packed, people all over trying to con / lie you into a tour / taxi / ride anything to make money. The worse, is the sectioning of the entire port. They force you to zig zag in and out of this port to allow more merchants / tour... More
Using a walker would have been okay if the sidewalks were in better shape. The city was clean but worn and old. We had a hard time walking over rough, torn up, uneven sidewalks and streets. There were few if any cuts in the curbs for handicap access. We came on a cruise ship and after trying to walk 3... More
We were there March 1 2013. There were SIX ships and a zillion people !! We felt like cattle being herded thru the Entrance Building--that you are required to pass thru. A resident, told us there are times when there are 8 ships in port @ the same time !! Once you go thru the bldg.--you are vebally assaulted by... More
This is one of the easier ports to travel through while on a cruise. There is free WIFI which will be slow because of the number of people using it. There are also small shops setup inside that you have to walk through in order to exit to the city. There is an information desk with some very helpful and... More
in need of up grade the welcome center is a disaster waitng to happen i think that the tourism officals needs to seriously take a look outside of the building it looks terrible the building is rusted and inside leaks water when it rains
Very scenic view particularly when all of the cruise ships are in and tourists from all walks of life disembark to explore the Bahamas.
Important: I had free wifi sitting in the market area here. (on a cruise ship, getting free wifi in a port can be a treat to catch up, check email, and upload a picture or two vs paying fees on board a ship) As other reviewers said, it's where the cruise ships dock. When we were in port, there were... More
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