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Grand Bahama Attractions and Activities

Rand Nature Center
The Rand Nature Center is not far from Freeportís city center. At this wildlife preserve, guests can observe a variety of bird species in their natural habitats. Among the birds residing at the Rand Nature Center include the rare Bahama parrot, stripe-headed tanagers, and numerous other species. There are also many native plants growing in the center.

Lucayan National Park
The Lucayan National Park is one of the islandís national gems. Tourists planning to visit the national park should plan to spend more than a few hours here since there is so much to see. A variety of hiking trails leading past mangrove swamps, caves, rainforests, and other natural wonders cut through the park. A pristine beach ideal for a picnic is also located in the park.

Pinetree Stables
What better way to enjoy the beauty of the Caribbean than on horseback? Pinetree Stables sponsors horseback riding tours through the Pinetree Forest and Cooperís Castle. After crossing through these landmarks, the tour ends on a beautiful beach. Experienced tour guides accompany each group. There are tours available for experienced and inexperienced riders. Those interested in one of these tours must make reservations since this is a popular activity on the island.

Heritage Trail
Before the island became more modernized, the Heritage Trail was one of the major roads connecting Freetown with Eight Mile Rock. Today, this pathway is a popular hiking trail for those interested in observing the natural beauty of the island. Numerous birds, plants, and animals can be seen while walking along Heritage Trail. At the end of the trail, hikers can tour the Hermitage, one of the most historic buildings on the island.

Bahamas Eco-Ventures
Those visiting Grand Bahama with an interest in ecotourism should check out Bahamas Eco-Ventures. During this airboat tour, tourists will ride down Grand Bahamas Hawksbill Creek through protected wetlands. It is not uncommon to see small sharks, fish, and exotic birds during the tour. Not only is this an enjoyable experience, tourists will learn a lot about the islandís natural environment during the tour.

 

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