5-Night Stay on Grand Bahama Island
On this trip, you'll spend five nights splashing in the Caribbean's turquoise waters, dining at one of the seven restaurants, or teeing off on a championship golf course at the 4-star Grand Lucayan Resort. All trips include:
- Round-trip airfare from Fort Lauderdale (FLL). Alternate departure dates/gateways may be available for additional fee.
- 5 nights of ocean-view accommodations at the 4-star Grand Lucayan Resort
Resort at a Glance: Grand Lucayan Resort
The Grand Lucayan Resort sits on the southern coast of The Bahamas' largest isle, Grand Bahama Island. Here, you can play tennis, lounge on the resort's private beach, gamble at the nearby Treasure Bay Casino, or borrow a kayak to paddle through mangroves.
- Grab a bite at one of the seven onsite restaurants; cuisines include Chinese, Bahamian, and American.
- Ocean-view rooms: These accommodations come with a balcony or patio, cable TV, coffee maker, and high-speed Internet access.
- Tee off on the 18-hole championship course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr.
- Pamper yourself at Senses Spa and Fitness Center, where treatments range from essential oils facials to Swedish-Thai massages.
- Take a dip in one of three outdoor swimming pools.
Grand Bahama Island: Tropical Oasis Rich in Wildlife
Located just 55 miles off the coast of Florida, Freeport is a Caribbean tourism hotspot that’s home to three national parks and some of the world’s most gorgeous beaches. Temperatures average a warm 85 degrees Fahrenheit, attracting sunbathers as well as snorkelers and deep-sea fishers.
If you can tear yourself away from the sand and surf, consider visiting the Garden of the Groves for a stroll through lush vegetation inhabited by tropical birds, turtles, and fish. Farther east, orchids and ming trees line the trails and boardwalks at Lucayan National Park, a 40-acre property with opportunities to explore an extensive underwater cave system and visit the famed Gold Rock Beach.
Located just across the street from the resort, you'll find Port Lucaya Marketplace comprises 80 stores selling local sundries and services. At the west end, artisans craft jewelry, furniture, and souvenirs from dried palm fronds and wood.