4. Go beachcombing and caving in the Lucayan National Park
A 40-acre slab cut out of the southern coast of Grand Bahama, Lucayan National Park is a wild landscape of mangrove swamps and beaches, pine forests and weaving boardwalks just waiting for the budding bird watchers and wildlife seekers heading this way from Freeport.
However, the protected area’s most fascinating feature has to be its subterrane.
Delving deep into the heart of the island, the underwater cave systems here are considered to be some of the longest and largest of their kind on the planet.
Visitors can peer into the caverns to spy out sleeping bats and jungle creatures, and learn all about the unique ecosystems that are supported by the environment.