Grand Lucayan, Bahamas 4.0

Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
Do: Hike the Lucayan National Park The Lucayan is a 40-acre stunning national park about 25 miles east of Freeport, in Grand Bahama. Its extensive underwater cave system – which is one of the largest in the world -- lush forests, and nature trails attract hundreds of visitors every year. There are several gorgeous beaches, wonderful trails, and six distinct ecosystems, all of which can be seen in a day. Diving in the caves requires a special permission, so make sure to get one before heading there. Stay: Radisson Grand Lucayanr This is arguably the top lodging in Grand Bahama, with immaculate grounds, great beds, myriad dining options, and a beautiful white-sand beach. More good news? It’s located a short drive from the National Park’s entrance.

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