Lucayan National Park
This incredible 40-acre park has some of the most spectacular secluded beaches in all of the Bahamas. Filled with mangrove, pine, and palm trees, Lucayan National Park features incredible plants in bloom as well as a plethora of waterbirds and saltwater fish.
Snorkel in the amazing turquoise waters or explore the world's largest underground cavern system. If you're interested in the history of the area, look into a tour of the burial grounds of the indigenous Bahaman people.
Surround yourself with true Bahaman beauty in this lovely national park, and enjoy the protective care that its delicate environment demands.
Before visiting the Lucayan National Park, book your tickets over the phone, or purchase them at the Rand Nature Center.
In order to get to the park, head east on Midshipman Road past Gold Rock, following the signs. If you are without car, look into an organized tour of the grounds leaving out of Freeport.
Be aware that the park closes at about 5pm, so be sure to get there nice and early to ensure the full experience of the beautiful area.
Tours & Tickets
A real treat for nature lovers. Come along and discover Ben's Cave - the longest, underwater surveyed cave system leading to the ocean. Stroll along a wooden ... Read more
Duration: 5 hours (approx.)
Traipse around Grand Bahama Island by Jeep and kayak on this 6-hour off-road adventure from Freeport. Drive through the island's capital by open-top Jeep in ... Read more
Duration: 6 hours (approx.)