of the Caribbean movies and it has the largest underwater cave system in the world. You can enjoy scuba diving and snorkeling in the nearby reefs and coral gardens and see myriad colors and types of tropical fish and other marine life as well as underwater caves. If you’d rather not get wet, try a glass-bottom boat for a view of the underwater world.
Kayaking, Bird Watching and More
Bird watching is one of the main attractions and you can enjoy it while kayaking through mangrove forests or horseback riding through the pine forests. Other adventure sports that are available around a Freeport timeshare are swimming with dolphins, parasailing and jet-skiing. For walkers and hikers, there are miles of trails where you can experience all six of the Bahamas’ ecosystem on one trail.
The Port Lucaya Marketplace and the International Bazaar have art galleries that specialize in Caribbean paintings, photos and prints as well as handmade crafts. There is also the Perfume Factory where you can blend a signature fragrance. A Freeport timeshare is a great place for a base even when you want to tour other islands. Even when the hotel prices soar during the winter, owning a timeshare means you don’t have to worry as you have already paid for your accommodation.
Yes, There is Nightlife
The nightlife at Freeport is a bit subdued compared to Nassau, but it still has a lot to offer. It has clubs with live music, karaoke, and local bands. You might enjoy the national drink, the Bahama Mama. You will also find sports bars with sporting events shown on big-screen TVs on game days.
If you are looking for local delicacies but don’t want to go to a five-star restaurant, try local markets such as Butler’s. Other places off the beaten path include 8-Mile Rock where you will see long expanses of white sand with few, if any, people. The Lucayan National Park also has secluded beaches and buying a Freeport timeshare is your guarantee of a comfortable and attractive spot in this tropical paradise.