Whether you're interested in Freeport all-inclusive vacations that put you on the beach or in the heart of town, you'll have plenty of fun things to do. With a Freeport car rental, you can drive to the Lucayan National Park, with more than six miles of caves and charted tunnels. Gold Rock Beach is a protected area in the park that helps support the mangrove ecosystem. Swimming with the dolphins is possible at the UNEXSO Dive Center, which is within a short walk of Pelican Bay. If you enjoy local seafood or shopping for local crafts, plan a visit to the Lucaya Marketplace, where you can find great deals on authentic Bahamian goods.
Festivals and Events
There's always something to do in the Bahamas. When you're planning holidays in Freeport, consider the best time of year to visit. In early April, you'll be able to take part in the Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival. The Old Freetown Heritage Festival occurs in May and commemorates the islands' first black settlement. Every year on July 9 and 10, many events are held to commemorate the independence of the Grand Bahama Island. If you include a stay at one of the Freeport hotels, you'll be within walking distance of all the action.
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Accommodation in Freeport
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The Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour, at Bayshore Road, or the Memories Grand Bahama Beach Resort All-Inclusive, at 1 Sea Horse Lane, are teeming with elegance and luxury. Alternatively, the Marlin at Taino Beach Resort & Clubs or the Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach Resort - All Inclusive provide visitors with good old fashioned comfort at reasonable prices.