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you've got to see this beach!!

just across the street from Lucayan National Park - actually - it is a part of a Lucayan National... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2017
Anna C
Gorgeous Beach

This is a little isolated located inside Lucayan Nation Park, which also might explain why it so... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2017
Morgan W
Noblesville, Indiana
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Breathtaking color and a spectacular array of marine life: this coral reef is a popular spot for divers.
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12 Dec 2017
“you've got to see this beach!!”
14 May 2017
“Gorgeous Beach”
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Reviewed 13 December 2017

just across the street from Lucayan National Park - actually - it is a part of a Lucayan National Park - $5.00 entrance fee! One of the Most Beautiful Beaches in Grand Bahama! - It would be mistake to miss it! It's wild with almost...More

Thank Anna C
Reviewed 15 May 2017

This is a little isolated located inside Lucayan Nation Park, which also might explain why it so clean. We were the only people on the beach for a while. We snorkled some in the waters, but needed to go out pretty far to see the...More

Thank Morgan W
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Paradise. White sand, crystal clear water, shallow entrance. You wil likely not see another soul on the beach. Walk for miles.

Thank Jeff S
Reviewed 10 February 2015

my bf and I have been the island twice before and knew about this beach. so since it's been 7 years we realllly wanted to go back. we rented a car and drove 25 miles east to Gold Rock and it was still the same!...More

2  Thank shell_2026
Reviewed 4 January 2015

Best beach in the bahamas! Definitely plan to go there at low tide because it makes a difference. The sand is super-fine and soft and the water is really shallow which makes it great for all levels of swimmers. At low tide small sandbars appear...More

1  Thank rove77
Reviewed 17 November 2014

The best ”private” beach in a public national park. One local nailed the description when he said that it was the best place on the island to play ”Tarzan and Jane”!

Thank Paul S
Reviewed 26 August 2014 via mobile

This place is beautiful, clean and secluded enough. The water is clear and warm. Great for swimming or snorkeling. There is a sign stating no life guard on duty though.

Thank koby001
Reviewed 2 January 2014

This beach is what Lucayan National Park is all about. Don't visit the island without making plans to see the most beautiful beach you have ever visited. Wildlife is amazing. Starfish, sting rays, and more. Pack a picnic and you won't be disappointed! They charge...More

5  Thank Mvfrist
Reviewed 28 December 2013

Amazing beach. The white sand beach that you must see in life. we went there and spent more than 5 hours. dint feel like leaving the beach. The turquoise blue water, pristine shoreline and the a very calm atmosphere, so much tranquility. You cannot ask...More

Thank SooTropical
Reviewed 20 December 2013

I stumbled upon this beach by accident after looking for the caverns. What a beautiful place! After tracking through the mangrove and arriving here I thought I was in paradise! There were only a couple of people here when I visited and it looks now...More

Thank Suki29
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Gelia C
16 May 2015|
Response from Edward F |
See if your shipboard activity coordinator can get enough people to send a tour bus out there, or rent a car. If you are only on the island for a short time you may not make it out there, though the trip is well worth it... More