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    Bahamas Far East and Lucayan National Park Tour

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    Martí Micolau
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    A real treat for nature lovers. Come and discover Ben's Cave – the longest underwater cave system leading to the ocean. Stroll along a boardwalk to spectacular Gold Rock Beach with miles of pristine beaches. A beautiful day in the beautiful Bahamas!

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    Come and experience a life that takes you to the eastern end of the island to the longest explored underwater cave system in the world. This half-day guided tour of the beautiful 42-hectare (170.000 square meter) Lucayan National Park is made up of fascinating caves. The Arawak Indians lived in these caves before Christopher Columbus discovered the islands of the Bahamas. These caves are part of the largest unknown cave system in the world.



    You will walk through the park to see a variety of wild birds and colorful fish. You will have an experience you will not forget! Also, you will be captivated by the beauty of 32 km of crystal clear water and pearly white sand beach. Go shell hunting or simply relax in the beauty of this sun-drenched paradise. You will get the best insights into the history of Grand Bahama Island!

    Detailed schedule

    Starting point :
    Tour begins with pickup from your hotel or the Port of Freeport



    Departure time :
    09.00 p.m

    Return details:
    Return to the starting point around 15:00 p.m.

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