Very sad little port. I understand it is industrial. We enjoy the straw market last time. This time it was terrible. I understand the Pandemic was very hard on them
Visited: Jan 26, 2020
Not much there
Stayed on ship. Been there many times
Loved this island. Took the Garden tour. Very lovely place.
Visited: Sep 19, 2021
Definitely not your normal cruise port...It's a working, industrial port where you dock...but the Pirate's Cove Zipline and Water Park excursion was great...from the tour bus driver who was huge and named Tiny, told great dad jokes, and gave us such insightful info about the island, landmarks, history and current eventd...to the warm woman who met us at Pirate's Cove and shared the rules of the destination - which included having a shot with her at the bar. The food was very good...a traditional Sunday Bahamian Family meal.
Nothing to do unless you spent $20 each way for a taxi to get to town. Did not do an excursion.
Took the 4x4 tour… Timmy was a great tour guide. Lunch consisted of a grilled cheese sandwich with chips…. Not what we expected. Beach could have been better if there had been chairs.
It has been several years since visiting. Glad to see there is a lot more shops opening up. I always get a few sodas from the older gentleman in the square, great dude.
Unless you leave the port there is nothing. It’s just an industrial port location for the ship to stop and a few shops
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