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I've visited most of the islands of the Bahamas filming for Street View. I've rarely seen a place like this (perhaps Sea Spray in Barbados). Like Jamaica, the Bahamas is so full of over-priced horror shows, i thought i'd just gone numb. The other islands...More
My husband and I had not scuba dived in 15 years and our boys (13 & 16) were newly certified scuba divers. We stopped by the resort beforehand to meet and talk, Antwon took my 13 year old and had him climbing with rope on...More
I want to extend my sincere appreciation for the most wonderful vacation in a long time. Greenwood is under new management. Pauline and Antoine are remarkable. They were helpful and have brought a really fresh, youthful energy to the resort. Pauline is a certified dive...More
We have been thinking about visiting Greenwood Beach Resort for several years now. Fortunately, because of a terrible rental on Great Exuma we called Pauline and she quickly arranged a flight and accommodations for a week. We were wonderfully surprised. The resort is definitely not...More
Fantastic surf camp! Laid back, super chill, beautiful, camp. The highlights of this spot are the remoteness and family like vibe. Food was great. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Antoine is a great kite surf coach and Pauline is an attentive and skilled dive master....More
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Since we are dealing with animals living in the free world, we can never guarantee that divers will encounter Oceanic White Tips. We have seen them in December and straight thru June. Chances are good the sharks will... More
Since we are dealing with animals living in the free world, we can never guarantee that divers will encounter Oceanic White Tips. We have seen them in December and straight thru June. Chances are good the sharks will be around in May. But again no guarantee.