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“Nice beach, not crowded, great restaurant”
Review of Taino Beach

Taino Beach
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$55.00*
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Freeport Bonfire on the Beach Bahamas Style
Ranked #3 of 60 things to do in Freeport
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Lovely beach, known for its remote stretches of sand.
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Activities for young children, Stroller parking
Reviewed April 2, 2013

This is a lovely little beach with a nice little restaurant opening up to the sand. It was not crowded while we were there. Avoid the Flamingo Bay Hotel however, it is a dump.

Thank 1MtnTraveler
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Reviewed March 30, 2013

I really liked the fish fry. The conch fritters are very good as was the fish. The dancing later on in the evening and music was nice too.

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Reviewed March 28, 2013 via mobile

Tino beach bon fire was fun. The food was ribs and chicken, cole slaw, cob corn, corn bread, peas and rice. The game was limbo. If you hold the limbo stick you get a bottle of rum. Thank you. Rita Bennett (Ritz) Denver Colorado

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Reviewed March 19, 2013

Srolled Taino Beach while visiting the conch festival. Ate at Tony Macaronis, who would set up beach chairs and umbrellas for you, but we opted to stay on the patio.

The water is shallow and warm, the soft pure white and soft, and it had so e great people watching... Locals and tourists alike flock here. With the exemption of taking a boat to a small deserted beach or Petersons Cay, this is about as good as one can get:)

There is a beach club that we did not use, and a few little stalls with women selling their goods. A nice grassy park directly across the street for a picnic. You can rent SUPs here very reasonably... I think it was $10 per half hour.

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Reviewed March 18, 2013

Freeport was a stop on our Carnival Magic Cruise. We had intended to go to another beach, but were going to be charged an exorbitant cab fair, so we opted to go to this beach as part of a group. We were charged $14 per person round trip from the port, but it did seem that the beach was pretty far from there. We found the beach to be pretty nice except there were some small pieces of glass and bottle caps on parts of the beach. We opted to get an umbrella, but were told they would not set it up where we had set up camp, so we went without. I was glad we did as we had a nice spot to ourselves, away from the Junkanoo Beach club. We used the Beach club facilities to change clothes and the restrooms were very clean. When one of the toilets would not flush, an attendant was there to immediately fix it. We snorkeled and found an nice assortment of coral and colorful fish. Overall, a nice beach experience and had an easy time getting a cab back to the ship.

1  Thank JuliaP
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