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Greenwood Beach is ideal for travelers who want to totally escape: no crowds, no casinos, no noise, no traffic--just miles of velvety, palest pink sand, sparkling ocean water (and close-in reefs), and a wind-swept sky. The vibe is very low-key, with a warm, welcoming staff...More
We did not actually stay here, but decided to check out the property for a future adventure. Greenwood Beach Resort is a phenomenal setting with a lot of options for a beach get away such as easy beach access (a gorgeous, Atlantic beach), a well...More
Greenwood has a great history as a place to go to relax, and it still definitely is fabulous for that. Just be aware that the resort is in transition as far as management goes. Because of that transition, they were not taking reservations or answering...More
No Shopping, no Casino, simple Rooms, but very charming and typical Bahamian.
If you would like to read War and Peace in a Row, this is the Place.
We stay there now 10 times and still love the Place. Our Hideaway
Now the Greenwood rooms are like a motel from the 70's BUT they are clean and neat and the staff does a good job cleaning.
What makes this location outstanding is its location. The beach is magnificent! You can go down to beach which is...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.