Your guide to the "spots" on the Grand Bahama Island map.

Our ecosystems and national parks.

Freeport may be one of the newest cities in the Bahamas, but GBI wasn't born yesterday.

A bit about who we are.

When it comes to activities, GBI has everything ... and nothing.

Newsletter, Press releases, and Calendar of events.

If it has a roof, a bed, and takes in guests, it's in here.

Wondering what the weather is like in Freeport?

Airline info, charters, cruise lines, marinas, car rentals, etc.

Travel tips and entry requirements.

The most common Q's and A's.

Our job is to answer your questions. Ask them here.

You might find a lot of answers to your questions right here, from people who've been here.

Learn about business opportunities on Grand Bahama Island, one of the only places on Earth where people are encouraged not to pay taxes.

When Christopher Columbus visited our island in 1492 he called it Gran Bajamar - 'Great Shallows,' from which the name Grand Bahama was derived.  However, the name of the island's capital city, Freeport/Lucaya, is probably better known to the world today than the name of the island itself.   

That's where this web site comes in. Grand Bahama Island is more than just Freeport/Lucaya, more than just casinos, resorts, and tropical entertainment. Outside the city is an entire island filled with gorgeous beaches, natural wonders, including one of the world's largest underwater cave systems, three national parks, and an incredible resource of marine life. There are small towns that seem to sleep in time, and they hide a history unlike any other in the Caribbean.     

Most of all, the purpose of the site is to encourage you to get out and see the island as a whole, to meet its warm and friendly people and learn about all the options Grand Bahama Island offers. You can even encounter a local family at church and get married island-style!

Inside these pages, you'll find all the information you need to plan your trip: travel tips, how to get here, activities -- you name it. And, if it isn't in here, post a message on the or contact us, and we'll do our best to answer your questions.

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