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Burial Mound Cave

Lucayan National Park, Grand Bahama Island
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Pretty amazing blue hole.

If you are a diver then maybe this blue hole isn't so spectacular, but as a non diver this was... read more

Reviewed 4 February 2017
primavoce72
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Port Colborne, Canada
Interesting to explore

Part of Lucayan National Park, there are about 3 caves including this one that you can climb into... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2017
jan_bill2016
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Stalatites and staglamites and other unusual rock formations are featured in this cave.
  • Excellent24%
  • Very good16%
  • Average36%
  • Poor16%
  • Terrible8%
3 Feb 2017
“Pretty amazing blue hole.”
17 Jan 2017
“Interesting to explore”
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Lucayan National Park, Grand Bahama Island

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Reviewed 4 February 2017

If you are a diver then maybe this blue hole isn't so spectacular, but as a non diver this was pretty cool. The blue of the water is unbelievable and the entire site is worth a trip. It doesn't take a long time despite being...More

Thank primavoce72
Reviewed 18 January 2017

Part of Lucayan National Park, there are about 3 caves including this one that you can climb into and explore via the decks constructed. Nice little adventure. Afterwards, go across the road to the beach--awesome experience.

Thank jan_bill2016
Reviewed 26 November 2016

It is worth learning about the islands history and make up. But as tourists who desire beach and crystal clear water this attraction lacks WOW factor. However, just walk about 5 minutes across the street over the bog to get to a pristine uninhabited beach...More

Thank bassaidai88
Reviewed 9 July 2016

Located very close (almost adjacent) to the other cave: Ben's cave. Historically the caves are very interesting as they were sacred places of the native inhabitant of the island (the Lucayan Indian).

Thank Andreas I
Reviewed 18 May 2016

Drove out to the park ourselves. If a guide had not been out there with another group walking into a cave with some bats and water would have been meaningless.

Thank David_from_the_Burgh
Reviewed 6 April 2016

We loved the experience, but thought there was much more to see. It was an old Indian burial cave. Good guide.

Thank mamicyr
Reviewed 6 March 2016

Bring your picnic, drinks and good walking shoes. Don't forget your swimsuit for the best beach ever across the road. You must be capable of walking a good hike to see this.

Thank Glenda G
Reviewed 22 February 2016

It is a little creepy to think that there were once bodies perfectly preserved here but at the same time it is a very cool cave and the government has done a great job in the maintenance

1  Thank BethanyMegan1973
Reviewed 5 February 2016 via mobile

Cool stairway and walking path takes you down near the beautiful watery cave--where the roof of the cave has such beautiful colors in it. When the light shines just right, if you have a nice camera, it will pick up the colors and light beaufilly.

Thank LC C
Reviewed 29 December 2015

We went here as part of an excursion from our ship. Do not waste your money. We visited two "caves", more like deep holes in the ground and two beaches. For less than half the money, we could have hired a cab or private guide...More

Thank Marconi33
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