There is plenty natural history landmarks to explore on the Grand Bahama Island. Venture through the rich history of the Island including the Lucayan history, the first settlers of Grand Bahama. Create a rich history lesson for the whole family by visiting the Grand Bahama Island and it’s greatest highlights.
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Lucayan National Park
The Lucayan National Park is a landmark with the oldest, richest Bohemian history. Learn about the Lucayan settlers that first discovered the Grand Bahama Island and their journey. The national park is also home to underground caverns, an extensive cavern with long tunnels and the largest underwater cave in the world.
Port Lucaya Marketplace
The Port Lucayan Marketplace is an epicenter of the Freeport community. There are hundreds of retail shops, food and vendors including hair braiding and straw vendors. Enjoy live entertainment from Bohemian locals while you enjoy the unique Bohemian culture in the marketplace.
Garden of the Groves
Visit the Islands botanical garden, Garden of the Groves. It was a dedicated garden to Wallace Groves in 1973 for his creation of the Freeport city during the 50’s. It is am important piece to the Freeport city, and was rebuilt after a devastating hurricane trashed the garden beauty. Explore the garden on your own or with a group, the garden features tropical landscapes you wish to see while on vacation in the Bahamas; waterfalls, lagoons, and a Labyrinth for meditation. The garden even has a grill and bar overlooking the waterfall and the views of over 10,000 species of plants, flowers, trees and the birds that accompany a lush landscape.