Accommodations

Throughout each of the three main settlements of Grand Bahama, tourists will find a nice selection of hotels, resorts, and condo complexes. Further away from the busier parts of the island is where secluded privately owned villas or rental properties are located. You will find a few property types to choose from on the island, including quite a few hotels and plenty of resorts. Vacationers wanting to enjoy an active late-night scene will find just that at a couple hotels around Grand… more…

Hotels

From High Rock to Freeport, resorts and… more…

Villa Complexes

While it is common for a certain type… more…

Villa Rentals

Whether you dream of staying in a beach… more…

Activities

Home to Freeport and Port Lucaya, Grand Bahama is the second busiest tourist destination in the Bahamas. Yet, there is a great variance from one place to the next and while you may feel like you're in a busy resort area in some places, you'll experience peace and tranquility as you are surrounded… more…

Diving

A broad bank bordered by a shallow reef extends off the coast of Grand… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

On Grand Bahama you'll find that most of the larger hotels… more…

Fishing

One of the top destinations in the world for sportfishing,… more…

Beaches

With 50 miles of beaches snaking around the island, Grand Bahama has the most beaches of any of the islands in the chain. They range… more…

Restaurants

There is no one type of cuisine which rules the dining scene on Grand… more…

Attractions

Grand Bahama is one of the major tourist islands in the Bahamas, best… more…

Transportation

Often compared to New Jersey's Atlantic City minus the casinos, Grand… more…

Air Travel

With the advent of Internet travel-booking sites, air travel to Grand… more…

Ferries

Ferries are a huge source of transportation between all of the many… more…

Rental Cars

Tourists who dream of getting out and… more…

Sailing & Boating

Maritime activities around Grand Bahama… more…

Taxis

Most tourists spend the bulk of their… more…

Snorkeling

Many of Grand Bahama's best snorkeling sites are located off shore, so hooking up with a tour guide or local boater is a must if you want to explore the underwater landscape that surrounds the island. Of course, if you're looking to save time or money, a few shore sites exist as well. Most more…

Sailing & Boating

Maritime activities around Grand Bahama generally involves sailing to… more…

Fishing

One of the top destinations in the world for sportfishing,… more…

Diving

A broad bank bordered by a shallow reef extends off the… more…

Attractions

Grand Bahama is one of the major tourist islands in the Bahamas, best known for its cruise port and outdoor shopping market. Thanks to… more…

Beaches

With 50 miles of beaches snaking around the island, Grand Bahama has… more…

Weather

The weather in the Bahamas is a treat for travelers. Although the chain is made up of over 700 low-lying islands stretching from just east of Florida down into the Caribbean, most of the islands have very similar climates. ...about 310 days of sunshine... The Bahamas temperatures are moderated by the warm waters of the Gulf Stream. Additionally, because the Bahamas are closer to continental North America - and thus more easily effected by North American cold air systems - they are slightly cooler… more…

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