Lacayan National Park

Below ground at Lacayan National Park lies one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world. Over six miles of caves and tunnels have been charted, and there is still work left to do. Guests spend time above ground, however, browsing exhibits that touch on every vegetative zone found in the Bahamas.


Located on the southern part of Grand Bahama Island, 2.2 miles east of Freetown, Lacayan National Park always welcomes vacationers who are rooming on this part of the island or nearby. Even if you aren't staying nearby, you are free to drop by to enjoy a great time. In case you're wondering, Port Lucaya is 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the west-southwest.

Nearby Restaurants

The neighborhood near the nature preserve isn't exactly well-known for its selection of eating options, but tourists willing to explore might find one or two places to share dinner. Bishop's Beach Club & Bar, which has a menu full of Caribbean food, is also the closest restaurant to the nature preserve.

Nearby Attractions

Visitors that like wildlife reservations, and are interested in visiting others, ought to think about Patterson Cay and Peterson Cay National Park; the first and closest of which is eight and a half miles to the west-southwest of this nature preserve. There are a couple other attractions in the area, including Garden of the Groves, which is 11 and a half miles away Garden of the Groves. Furthermore, you can consider heading over to Grand Bahama Labyrinth, which is another attraction close by.

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Location: Village Road , Grand Bahama Island


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