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Peterson Cay, Freeport
(4.2/5 based on 130 reviews on the web)
Explore Peterson Cay, a scenic islet with excellent diving and snorkeling conditions, uncrowded beaches, and lush forest. An abundance of colorful coral reef surrounds the park, so bring your diving gear for an underwater expedition. A variety of wildlife, including several avian species, also inhabits the area in droves. Take advantage of the tranquility and bring plenty of snacks and refreshments for a picnic. Remember to pack out all your things when leaving this protected park. Put Peterson Cay into our Grand Bahama Island itinerary builder to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Grand Bahama Island.
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  • This is a pretty beach! We came on a jetski tour (it left the hotel about 2:45pm) and it was low tide. Not sure if there was actually a reef - we tried to snorkel but there was a lot of sand and sea w...  more »
  • It is very small and not all viable, deserted, crystal clear water and white sand, near there is a reef uninspiring. Better to go with a calm sea.
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  • Nice location for snorkeling..but, this place will nickel and dime you. They charge for chairs,umbrellas and lockers. Splurge and pay the $5.5 to be taken by boat to the reef so you can actually swim ...  more »