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 […]
Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas (Nassau, New Providence Island) – this excursion service provides visitors with the chance to explore Bahamas’ waters (mainly off the west coast of New Providence Island) via diving, snorkeling, as well as by an amazing innovation called “SUB” (a personal scenic underwater bubble). Each of these SUB vehicles looks somewhat like […]
Underwater Explorers Society (UNEXSO) (Lucaya, Grand Bahama) — Conveniently located on the Port Lucaya Marina, the shopping Mecca of beautiful Freeport Grand Bahama, UNEXSO offers a wide variety of diving and dolphin experiences. The most popular is its dolphin swims, this is where you can swim and interact with the dolphins in a protected lagoon. […]
Paradise Cove Beach (Warren J. Levarity Hwy., between Eight Mile Rock and West End West End, Grand Bahama Island) – located just a 15-minute drive from Freeport, this beach’s main attraction is its marine life (from sea turtles to rays, dolphins, colorful fish, barracudas, etc.) at a spot located 50 yards offshore, colorfully called “Deadman’s […]
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 […]