We just returned from a weeks stay in Freeport. Wife and I visited this beach. Easy to drive to. Relaxing and beautiful. We were with two other couples and were the only people at the park for 2 hours. You reach the beach by walking...More
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We rented a car for $100 US dollars and drove to this park. It costs $5 per person and is nothing short of stunning! The paths were easy to travel and the beach is incredible!
Remote park about 30 minutes drive from Freeport. Entrance fee is $5 per person. Park has 2 parts. There is a short hiking trail loop that takes you by small watery caves that are intersting. The real highlight is the trail across the street that...More
we rented a car from Avis at the airport and drove another 30 minutes to Lucayan Natl Park. Even though it was a nice hike it around the two caves, the caves take 1 minute each to look at. There were bats hanging from one...More
Awesome caverns. We walked the trails to the 2 caverns and to Gold Rock Beach. The trails to the beach go through mangroves to the Gold Rock Beach. The walkways over the mangroves had great views. Gold Rock Breach was beautiful. You need to go...More
Amazing! Quiet, and beautiful! We rented a taxi drive to drive us around for the day and this was our first stop. And I am glad it was the first stop as by the time we were about to leave, at least 3 tourists groups...More
A must see for those who love the sand and the salt water. Gold Rock offers a special treat to those who stay around until sunset.
Connecting to Bahama's nature. We had a nice walk on the trails of the park. Lots of plants, wildlife, and butterflies. Across the street is Gold Rock beach. Taking the trial to the bench, there is a bridge with benches where a friendly Red-wing Black...More
I booked an excursion through Carnival for a Kayak Nature Experience in Lucayan National Park. Our guide provided information about the island starting on the drive from the port out to the park. My daughter and I had a lovely time kayaking through the mangroves....More