Freeport Shore Excursion: Lucaya National Park Tour

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If you're a nature lover and stopover in Freeport, this Grand Bahama shore excursion to Lucaya National Park is for you. The park is home to one of the longest known underwater cave systems in the world. You'll walk over wooden planks to spectacular Gold Rock Beach, where miles of white sand await. It's a great way to escape the tourists and see a bit more of the island while you're in port.



Highlights

  • Done in English
  • All entrance fees included
  • Port pickup and drop-off included
  • Get up close to native wildlife
  • Visit with local guide

While in port in Freeport, get out of the busy port area and explore a less traveled part of the island on this shore excursion to Lucaya National Park, home to one of the longest cave systems under -known navies in the world. In all its beauty, Lucaya National Park covers 170 m000 and consists of five ecological zones, as well as caves where the Arawak Indians lived before Christopher Columbus discovered the Bahamas.

Walk through the park and see a variety of wild birds and colorful fish. Take a stroll along a wooden boardwalk to Gold Rock Beach, a fantastic piece of coastline with clear water and soft sand. Search for seashells or simply relax in this idyllic location before heading back to port for the cruise ship.


Carefree Shore Excursion:
We will ensure your timely return to Freeport for this activity. In the rare event that your ship has already departed, we will arrange to take you to the next port of call. See our terms and conditions for more details.



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