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Freeport Bahamas is a land of National Parks and fishing villages, where local markets, otherworldly gardens, and beaches like smiles, so wide and white and welcoming, aren’t found in a brochure, but through friendly local conversations. Below, we’ve collected a handful of Freeport’s local experiences. Feel free to follow along.
Lucayan National Park
pretty parks & golden beaches
gold rock beach
You’ll recognize the feeling instantly. The minute your feet touch the sand. It’s pure freedom.
The Fruit Market
a taste of heaven at the haven
Local farmers tempt your tastebuds with the distinctive flavors of Freeport. Shop local crafts and farm fresh fruits and vegetables.
flavors of freeport
Tourists seem to disappear on the western end of the island. A picturesque fishing village with a colorful history, West End is classic island living, it’s as refreshing as the ocean breeze.
Tip: The local restaurants here aren’t in any guidebook.
Only 40 minutes from Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Direct flights also available from Atlanta, Charlotte, Philadelphia, and Toronto.
Through gateway cities available from Chicago, Detroit, New York, London and South America.
CruiseBahama Paradise Cruise Line
On Grand Celebration and Grand Classica guests enjoy outstanding restaurants, a pool deck for fun and relaxation, a spa, performance center with live concerts and shows at sea, a casino and several lounges with live music.
FerryBalearia Bahamas Express
Sails round-trip to Grand Bahama Island from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The three-hour ferry trip is offered daily, depending on the season.