Prior to Grand Bahama's industrial development, which began in 1955, Heritage Trail served as the main artery of the island ... More
Prior to Grand Bahama's industrial development, which began in 1955, Heritage Trail served as the main artery of the island stretching from historic Old Freetown to Eight Mile Rock. Now the walking path is overrun by the island's plant life. On the five-mile trek, hikers will be able to see over 25 species of plants, many kinds of birds, and seven species of butterflies. The path ends at the oldest building still standing on Grand Bahama, the Hermitage.
This pleasant waterside walk is ideal for those with bags of energy who fancy a break from the hustle and
bustle. Tracing eight miles along the Aire Valley from the city center, the trail is a fine reminder of ...
Imagine yourself on horseback, galloping along the shoreline and splashing in the crystalline Caribbean surf, a wildly romantic vision, isn't
it? Here's where you can make it happen. At Pinetree, you'll have a chance to explore winding wooded trails ...
If the all you can eat and drink buffet isn't enough to get you to this sunset party, perhaps you'll
be tempted by the promise of a roaring bonfire and live music. The meal is standard barbecue fare including ...