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My family and I took a day excursion to Freeport, Bahamas(tourist trap, over priced and boring,) however we walked to this national park and beach! We were fortunate to find it, and what a great find!! This beach was absolutely amazing. The water was crystal...More
My husband & I throughly enjoyed all that this small park had to offer. My husband has peripheral artery disease and yet this walking was just right for him to enjoy. In the first leg near the entrance, we saw the bats down in the...More
We visited the park on Earth Day. They were having a special event to celebrate Eath Day. We enjoyed participating in the event with kite flying on the beach. We met local people who we enjoyed a nice conversation and a kite! Great day
This is hands down the most gorgeous beach my family and I have ever visited. You walk on a boardwalk through beautiful mangroves to get to the beach. The sand is fine and powdery and when wet, it feels like clay. We found several conch...More
This was part of a three stop tour. One of the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen. We were told this is where Johnny Depp filmed Pirates of The Caribbean. Beautiful what sand and clean water. From the trail you cross a bridge with...More
We spent about An hr exploring the short yet amazing trails by the caves. Def bring sneakers... it’s very rocky and slippery by the caves. The beach trails are just as great and we spent another hr there. Can’t believe it’s only $5 to get...More
The entry fee is $5 per person. It's a quick 10 minute loop, but it's beautiful. You can walk down into 2 different cave systems.
Divers can also dive the caves through a local scuba shop.
A walk across the street to "Gold Rock Beach"...More