Explore Grand Bahama Island

Ancient settlements and historical trails can be experienced by bike or on horseback.

Visit the inland ocean cavern “Owls Hole” which is named because of the numerous owls nesting there.

Go birdwatching on Grand Bahama Island, where you will find the second largest number of native birds.

Grand Bahama Island also includes three national parks: Lucayan National Park, Rand Nature Center and Peterson Cay National Park

Try a fun Jeep Beach Safari.

Make a friend that will live in your heart forever. An absolute must-try experience in the Bahamas is to swim with the dolphins.

Dolphin Cove is located 3/4 of a mile from white sandy beaches or a five minute boat ride to the open ocean.