Venture out of Freeport on this exciting jeep safari that will convey adventuresome trailblazers to the most secluded areas of this spectacular tropical paradise. A motorized expedition allows this Freeport tour to take you to range over a greater area to encounter the full flavor of the Bahamas.
Drive your own jeep as you explore the forests and beaches of Grand Bahama Island. On the jeep convoy, our knowledgeable island Freeport tour guides will lead you to the most spectacular scenic, historic and ecological destinations. First, travel off-road through the pine forest to the panoramic Caribbean coastline, where the Casuarinas thrive in the sandy island soil. From your seat in the open-aired jeep, you'll have the ideal view of the unspoiled beauty of the breeze-swept shoreline. The jeep-trail then winds back into the higher elevations of the pineforest. Gaze deep into the belly of the island at the unique inland blue hole. Head back to the beach for a refreshing dip in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Then relax seaside and enjoy traditional Bahamian delicacies including a conch salad, local fruits and pastries, and ice-cold fresh-squeezed lemonade.
Drive over Casuarina Bridge, which spans the Grand Lucayan Waterway, a vital channel to the growth and development of Freeport. Then Sunbathe, take a swim or simply laze about on a hammock as you arrive at a resort-style beach.View the dazzling array of flora and fauna in the diverse ecosystem of this tropical paradise. Trek into the beautiful Lucayan National Park to see mangrove swamps and an underground cave, a portion of on of the longest charted cavern systems in the world.
Our expert guides will offer you insight into the Bahamian back country that few experience. Your last stop is a relaxing respite on Gold Rock Beach, just one of six distinct pristine ecosystems found in the nature preserve.
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- Drive your own 4x4 open top Jeep in a convoy, led by an experienced island guide.
- We travel excellent roads with little traffic as well as off-road through pineforest and along a scenic coastal trail.
- Visit Lucayan National Park, where you walk through several ecosystems and see the Lucayan caves and enjoy a light picnic lunch on Gold Rock Beach.