Grand Bahama Real Estate for Sale James Sarles Realty
Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, BAHAMAS
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Grand Bahama Island - Things to keep Buyers and Vacationers Busy

Whether you like Grand Bahama on your first visit or not, or silently grow to like it after 1 or 2 holiday dates, there's a certain magnetic quality about this island that keeps people coming back continuously. Grand Bahama has all of the essential ingredients of a tropical nirvana: year-long sun, twenty-five miles of sandy white beaches, swaying palms, championship golfing courses, and some of the loveliest totally clear aqua waters globally. The island is also ideally found just off Florida's fast-paced fun-coast, only about seventy miles from Miami, Ft.Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

Finding everything you would like in a cool, captivating, get-away-from-it-all island, so near to the US, is a combo that is tough to beat. And a combo which has tons of well-traveled people from all around the world selecting Grand Bahama Island for their Bahamas Vacation. People arrive daily on Grand Bahama either for a well deserved vacation or in search of their very own peice of Bahamas Real Estate. Grand Bahama has so many things to occupy your time and if a resident of the island, places you can visit time after time and never get bored. We have noted several things to so below and if you have had any experiences yourself on Grand Bahama and would like to share what you like to do, please let us know and we'll add it to the list!

Lucayan National Park on Grand Bahama

Gold Rock Beach at Lucayan National Park is one of the most beautiful beaches on Grand Bahama. Located about 45 minutes from Lucaya and 1 hour from the cruise pier, you will spot a lone telephone on the left side of the road, and if you see a car parked on the side of the road,that is probably the park entrance. Slow down and look left and you should see the sign and parking area. There is a compost toilet at the entrance, but no facilities at the beach whatsoever. There is a $3.00 per person park entrance fee. Cross the street and walk the path about 1/4 mile through the mangroves to the beach.

Private Tours on Grand Bahama

Small air-conditioned buses are used to move guest to old fashioned remote island cities and beaches. While visiting these historic and gorgeous places, we'll meet the families and sample true island life. Our History, Geology, Culture, Flora & Fauna, and Christian principles are what we share. We intend to also use canoes and boats to investigate the unique and magnificent shallow waters of The Bahamas. Blue holes, coral reefs, mangrove streams and turtle grass beds are all habitats for turtles, starfish, stingrays, nurse sharks, many kinds of fish, and countless other sea creatures that are the high spot of our tours. We also offer a hot lunch on one of or many astounding beaches. Fishing poles and snorkeling gear are optional.This blend of activities permits us the chance to provide a unique and wonderful holiday experience in The Bahamas.

Peterson Cay, Freeport Grand Bahama

Established as the tiniest state park in the Bahamas in 1959, 1.5 Acre Peterson Cay is a miniscule empty island encircled by gorgeous coral reefs. Naturally the key attraction is snorkeling. Most folks reach Peterson Cay by a ship or canoeing tour - it's only accessible by ship. Canoes can put in off Barbary Beach, while boats customarily will leave from Port Lucaya Pier. You can take a personal ship there too. It is found about 30 mins from Port Lucaya by ship.

Port Lucaya Marketplace in Freeport Grand Bahama

Port Lucaya Market-place is the dining, shopping, and entertainment heart of Grand Bahama. 34 global diners and bars, with another eleven more right over the road at our Lucaya Resort, make Port Lucaya the premier dining area on the island. It is additionally a great place to do some shopping - over sixty stores and the biggest straw market on the island blend to provide all of the shopping you'll need. It's a Bahamian-style outside market-place, not an inside shopping center, so leads to an agreeable place to be.

Casino at the Radisson Grand Lucayan

The sole casino on Grand Bahama, Casino at the Radisson Grand Lucayan, is found at our Lucaya Resort, across the way from Port Lucaya Market place. With 35,000 feet of gaming space, four hundred one armed bandits, and twenty-one table games including baccarat, roulette, 21, Caribbean stud poker, 3 card poker, and craps, it's not large, but sufficiently big to be good fun.

Snorkeling on Grand Bahama

There are numerous reef snorkeling tours leaving daily from Grand Bahama Island. Transport and snorkeling gear is generally included in the cost of the tour, but you are always welcomed to bring your own gear. Grab your snorkeling mask and cool flippers and you are in for the sea journey of an entire life. You will be astonished by the extraordinary corals and rainbow of exotic fish that live in our clear waters. If you are fortunate, you can even spot an amiable bottlenose dolphin.

Swimming with Dolphins on Grand Bahama

Swim and engage with trained dolphins in the protected waters and natural environment of The Dolphin Experience Lagoon. 4 times every day a ferry departs UNEXSO, found in Port Lucaya, for a twenty minute ride the south shore of Grand Bahama Island to go to Refuge Bay, where the dolphin lagoon is found. The lagoon where you will enjoy the encounter of a whole life with our friendly, trained Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. You can observe and picture the dolphins, take part in a swim with them, enroll in an aid tutor program or experience underwater diving with the dolphins in open water.

With so much to do on such a small Island, it is easy to understand why tourist and residents alike are always entertained and happy. Many travel annually and make the choice to buy a Grand Bahama property to use for vacations or a permanent residence. What ever the choice, you will return to Grand Bahama for years to come.

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