Things to See and Do While Staying at Regatta Point

Although guests may not find that many recreational possibilities on-site at Regatta Point, that certainly doesn't mean there aren't other fun things to see and do when you visit Great Exuma in the Bahamas.

Golf

Even though Regatta Point doesn't feature a golf course, you can always ask the property's staff about trying to arrange a tee time nearby. The nearest course is Emerald Reef Golf Course, which is located 12 and a half miles to the northwest of this accommodation. You'll find a total of 18 holes at this course. This par 72 course is 5642 yards long. For golfers who want to learn more, you can call the course at (242) 336-6800.

Watersports

A trip to Great Exuma can be the perfect opportunity to try your hand at a new recreational sport. There are a variety of different options available here, so you will be sure to find a watersport to enjoy, even if it's your first time. The bullets below shows the watersports available at Regatta Point:

  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Watercraft

Family Activities

Vacationers traveling with kids are more than welcome to stay at Regatta Point, but there aren't many family-focused amenities. To find nearby choices great for children and adults alike, check out accommodations which are top-rated for family vacations.

Entertainment and Nightlife

If you're the type of traveler to seek out colorful nightlife and several live entertainment venues, then Regatta Point isn't the best choice for you. The hotel tends to be fairly quiet after sundown.

In fact, you will not find any nightclubs or bars at this hotel, so you'll sleep happily--without crowds of partying guests to wake you.

Other

Active travelers visiting the Bahamas will almost always find some nice chances for outside exploration. Whether you'd rather spend time at the beach or enjoy a few rounds on the golf course, you'll find plenty of other recreational opportunities in the vicinity. Investigate these articles to read more concerning sightseeing, scuba diving, riding a bike or scooter, shopping, fishing, snorkeling, and other activities.

 

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