Tips & Tricks
Xanadu Beach (Sunken Treasure Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama) –– Xanadu Beach is a popular tourist beach, three miles from the International Bazaar, offering water sports, straw goods, food and beverages. Its calm waters are great for families.
Treasure Cay Golf Club (Treasure Cay, Great Abaco Island) – this course (which is part of Treasure Cay Resort at Abaco) is popular because it offers both an interesting game and a quiet, relaxing atmosphere. It is a tight Dick Wilson-designed golf course that requires precision, with the back nine being tighter and more difficult […]
Taino Beach (Lucaya, Grand Bahama) — the park at Taino Beach is a prized possession of the Freeport/Lucaya Council. The space has been leased from the Grand Bahama Port Authority for 99 years and has been developed into an area to be enjoyed by both Bahamians and visitors. The well-maintained facility is impressive and will […]
Parasailing – a fun way to experience the Bahamas is by parasailing. After you are attached to a harness and parachute, a speed-boat offshore pulls you 400 feet into the air for a spin. Truly exhilarating! The views will be so breathtaking; you’ll forget how high in the air you actually are. These outfits provide […]
Wyndham Nassau Resort & Crystal Palace Casino (West Bay Street, Cable Beach, Nassau) – tourists are amazed to find that this is the only casino on New Providence Island. There’s poker, black jack, roulette wheels, craps, baccarat, and nearly 300 slot machines. For sports fans, there’s also a link to electronic sports betting systems in […]
William’s Town Beach (Freeport, Grand Bahama) — William’s Town Beach is centrally located at William’s Town settlement. The eastern side of the beach offers water activities, such as banana boats, jet skis and snorkeling. You will frequently see horses on the beach.