East End Cave Tour

The eco-tour is truly a treat for nature lovers. The Lucayan National Park is home to Ben’s Cave; an underwater cave system that is one of the most extensive in the world. Across the street is Gold Rock Creek housing the five ecosystems of Grand Bahama Island. The Arawak Indians lived in these caves before Christopher Columbus discovered the islands of the Bahamas. Two of the caves, which can be seen at points where the land above them collapsed, make for an eerie visit. In addition, we will give you the finest overview on the history of Grand Bahama Island. You will step down and see part of the cave system. Stroll along wooden boardwalk through a mangrove ecosystem where you will see a variety of wild birds and colorful fish on the way to spectacular Gold Rock Beach, 52 miles of white, sandy beach. Go shell hunting or just relax in the beauty of our sunshine paradise. Recommend to wear swim suit.

Note: Please be sure to bring a towel, sun protection and sunglasses  - 
Limited Space, Subject to scheduling, Weather Permitting  -  Do not forget to bring cash - C.C.

Not Handicap Accessible  -

Adults $59 / Children: $39




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