Reviews OF Bahamas Beaches By Caribbean Cruise Line Bahamas Celebration Caribbean Cruise Line Reviews destinations in the Caribbean and the Bahamas. At Caribbean Cruise Line scams are a concern for our clients when going to unfamiliar places, so we offer articles to assist you in avoiding any unpleasant situations. Palm Beach, Florida (I- Newswire) May 11, 2012 - Caribbean Cruise Line Scam Watch was created to assist travelers in avoiding common vacation and travel scams. The economy is getting tighter and people are more desperate and Caribbean Cruise Line is committed to bringing you the very best information in regards to vacation planning and at Caribbean Cruise Line scam awareness is an important service we provide. That is why Caribbean Cruise Line reviews all the information it can find about common travel and vacation scams and then publishes these reviews so that all your Caribbean Cruise Line Destinations are sure to be memorable and not regrettable. Caribbean Cruise Line Scam Watch is pleased to present a series of articles on how to avoid tourist scams. Caribbean Cruise Line periodically publishes reviews such as this so you do not have any travel complaints at any time. Caribbean Cruise Line offers a variety of articles to assist you with all your cruise needs in the Caribbean and the Bahamas in specific. Caribbean Cruise Line reviews vacation destinations in the Bahamas to include Our Lucaya and Grand Bahama Island. The Bahamas is officially known as the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and is a nation consisting of more than 3,000 islands, cays, and islets so it would be impossible for Caribbean Cruise Line to review all the possible destinations. However, some of the most popular Caribbean Cruise Line destinations include beaches and resorts and shopping locations, so Caribbean Cruise Line offers informative articles relating to these interests. We hope your next vacation is memorable and that you find our articles helpful. Caves Beach Caves Beach is also located near Nassau, and is one of the best beaches in Bahamas for escaping the huge crowds. As a lesser known beach located a little further from town (about 7 miles from Nassau), fewer tourists frequent it. There are no public facilities, so be sure to plan ahead. Coco Plum Beach Located on the northern end of Great Exuma, this white- sand beach is dotted with beautiful palms. It is ideal for picnicking and most likely you will have the beach all to yourself. It is also well known for great shelling and sand dollars during low tide. COlumbus Beach, Lighthouse and Monument Located in Seymour's at the very northern end of the island is Columbus' Point and the location of the Columbus Monument. Atop of a high cliff overlooking the ocean is a monument that was built as a memorial of his landing there on his first voyage in 1492 and it is believed to be his 3rd stop after San Salvador and Rum Cay. There is a spectacular view from the top of the cliff and is a very popular place for tourist. Curtis Creek and North Beach Curtis Creek and North Beach are located in a former farming area, about 4-5 miles from the town of Abraham's Bay. The creek is a natural aquarium for a variety of indigenous fish and a habitat for green turtles. There is an abundance of native flora and fauna in the area, including a number of bird species and a variety of native shrubs, such as the buttonwood tree. This peaceful, sandy spot is perfect for sunbathing, shelling, picnicking, line fishing and canoeing to neighboring cays. It is renowned for attracting people to its amazing environment for water- based fun at the beach. Da Flat Da Flat is named for the fishing flats that it sits between - the ocean on one side and the wetlands on the other - and offers a quiet, relaxing beach experience that is perfect for the entire family. Nature lovers and those looking for seclusion will enjoy the setting, which evokes the feeling of being on a remote Out Island, yet is only minutes away from cosmopolitan Nassau and Paradise Island. Fortune Beach Fortune Beach is a quiet beach, five miles from Port Lucaya Marketplace. The beach got its name from a shipwreck worth $2 million which was discovered there. Banana Bay restaurant is located here; it has good food and is a great place for private function. Gold Rock Beach Grand Bahama's welcome mat! Accessible through the Lucayan National Park. At low tide, the shoreline of this beach spans for yards into the sea. Love Beach This is a small and secluded beach, ideal if you are looking for a quiet place to snorkel. At just 1 mile off the shore there's a lovely coral reef to be discovered. The beach is located at about 15 miles from downtown Nassau. The problem, however, is how to access the beach. If you stay at Compass Point you can use the beach but otherwise it's a bit tricky. Also, there's a place called Nirvana (heading west from the resort) which gives access for a small fee.
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About Caribbean Cruise Lines: Caribbean Cruise Line offers 2 Night Bahamas Cruises from Palm Beach, Florida with the option to add a 2 or 4 Night Our Lucaya Beach and Golf Resort Stay. Caribbean Cruise Line Reviews is our newest program offering news and information to help people make travel arrangements. Company Contact Information: Caribbean Cruise Lines Samuel 7491 W. Hwy 192 34747 Phone: 954-567-9353 Ext. 45 Published in: Travel Tags: caribbean cruises Bahamas Beaches Bahamas Celebration Bahamas Vacations Caribbean Cruise Line Scam Alert Watch Published on: May 11, 2012 Original Source: Reviews OF Bahamas Beaches By Caribbean Cruise Line Bahamas Celebration
Published on May 11, 2012
Published on May 11, 2012
Fortune Beach Fortune Beach is a quiet beach, five miles from Port Lucaya Marketplace. The beach got its name from a shipwreck worth $2 mill...