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Gold Rock beach is the most beautiful beach I’ve ever experienced anywhere. It is about a 40 minute taxi ride from the port. And no one ventures out that far. It’s part of the National Park so there is a $5pp entry fee. And you...More
This was a lot of fun. It only cost like $5 for each of us. It was a walking trail with educational plaques of all the plants and foliage native to the Bahamas. Then you end up at Gold Rock beach. Wow, the beach was...More
As part of the East End Caves tour that I was on, I had the opportunity to visit Gold Rock Beach. Unfortunately the surf was very rough that day, but it was a lovely little out of the way spot for those who are seeking...More
Great snorkeling if you snorkel out to the reef surrounding the rock, about a 15-20 min. swim. We were really enjoying the reef with lots of fish and beautiful corals until a 5ft. white tip shark started to follow us around. We were quite a...More
By far the best beach we visited on Freeport! The National Park have underground caves and across the street a mangrove trail leading to a beautiful beach! This was a perfect beach for the kids as you can walk out far in the calm, warm...More
The Gold Rock Beach is stretching for many miles, has white sand and no amenities. It is a pristine undeveloped beach, quite secluded and still not much polluted. Gold Rock Beach is part of The Lucayan National Park and is protected by the Bahamas National...More
We took a few hours to explore the Lucayan National Park and ended up on Gold Rock Beach and it was well worth it! It was a beautiful spot with sandy beaches and crystal clear water and very few people. It was one of the...More
The best beach I have ever been to. 400 feet of powdered sand at low tide w teal waters. 360 degrees of vacant beach to yourself. Just gorgeous. Stay the day here and play all day in the sand and surf. Please take your trash...More
You would need to rent a car or possibly take an organized tour to the Lucayan National Park & Caves from the cruise pier. Gold Rock Beach is part of the Lucayan National Park and is a short 10-15 min walk from the parking... More
You would need to rent a car or possibly take an organized tour to the Lucayan National Park & Caves from the cruise pier. Gold Rock Beach is part of the Lucayan National Park and is a short 10-15 min walk from the parking lot of the park. There is no "official" public bus service that far east out of Freeport.
Response from KimMiesau | Reviewed this property |
It depends on what you want to do. If you are looking to snorkel and eat from a true small restaurant, then go to Paradise Cove. It may be crowded on cruise days. If you want seclusion and privacy, go to Gold Rock Beach... More
It depends on what you want to do. If you are looking to snorkel and eat from a true small restaurant, then go to Paradise Cove. It may be crowded on cruise days. If you want seclusion and privacy, go to Gold Rock Beach. There are rest rooms at the Cave entrance across the street but they only sell snacks there. Gold Rock is more about the pure white sand and incredibly clear water. If you have your own snorkel gear and feel comfortable, you might be able to snorkel down the beach farther but there is no reef here.