Pelican Bay at Lucaya

Address: Sea Horse Road at Port Lucaya, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas | 4 star resort
 
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Location

This 4 star resort, located on Sea Horse Road at Port Lucaya, Freeport, is near Port Lucaya Marketplace, Taino Beach, The Dolphin Experience, and Gold Rock Beach.
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          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Pelican Bay at Lucaya Freeport

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          Travel Blogs from Freeport

          A Friendly Pastel Coloured Day

          A travel blog entry by rm-adventures on Oct 09, 2014

          43 photos

          Off the ship at 9:30 and into town, this crew is downright organized. Directed to the correct meeting spot on the ship, instructions for the best places in town (can you spell kickback?) and correct coloured wristbands on, we are all good to go.

          Marilyn and I decided to head into town early before our scheduled excursion to walk and shop and take care of an important promise for Marilyn. The Carribean had been Sharon's last 'good' (read ...

          Sun Soaking Bahamas style

          A travel blog entry by jmabro on Jan 01, 2014

          7 photos

          Our second Bahamian stop was in Freeport which, as the name suggests, has a lot to do with shopping and duty free. There were, again, a huge variety of excursions on offer ranging from adventure to luxury resort. The down side of this stop was that we got in early in the morning, 7AM, and leave at 3PM meaning 2:30 back on board. The sun at this time of the year takes a bit longer to get to beach heat so we opted for loungers on deck at the poolside, what a great ...

          Day 7 on the island

          A travel blog entry by curlyhairgirl on Sep 18, 2013

          1 comment, 17 photos

          ... in the week, Travis and Katrina. The second dive we went to the Papa Doc Wreck, a wreck that sunk after a gun battle. It was a drug running and weapons ship from Haiti, hence the name. On our dives we saw, an eel, Parrot fish, the bright blue fish again. Dang, too bad I forgot my Caribbean fish guide! A school of fairly large , a foot, angel fish, cool. Saw a neat little marine animal that was living inside a pink Sponge that popped in and out of the Sponge to breath ...

          Bahamas Bound

          A travel blog entry by satisfaction on Mar 24, 2013

          5 comments, 49 photos

          ... a casino and lots of island-type shops. Cruise ships visiting Freeport use nearby Lucaya to stage daytime excursions – snorkeling, parasailing, shopping, beaches, etc. There is a beautiful hotel there and plenty of restaurants. Being tied up so close to all of this activity, we just walked off our boat and explored the area. We bought fresh lobster from a local diver ($25 for 5 good size whole lobsters!) and John and Dan ...

          Stay to the left, it's a raccoon!

          A travel blog entry by anniela on May 30, 2011

          94 photos

          ... harbor. We were headed to Lucayan National Park. An easy hike filled with caves and Freeports most beautiful beach!

          Good thing Vera was 25 because the rest of us are 24 and we didn't want to pay an underage surcharge fee to rent a car. As if it wasn't odd enough that everyone drove on the left side of the road and the steering wheel was on the right passenger side, navigation was old school! Forget GPS navigation, Bahamas does not have satellite for GPS to work let alone ...