Grand Bahama Island

Relax & Unwind in Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama

Discover the Caribbean Islands – and all it has to offer

Are you considering your first ever visit to Grand Bahama in the Caribbean? This page provides a brief overview of Grand Bahama for first timers, including maps of the surrounding islands, and live webcams to view the scenic views and current weather.

Map of Grand Bahama Island, Caribbean Islands

The northernmost island in the Bahamas, Grand Bahama Island, provides a range of recreational opportunities for guests. Like the group of islands that make up the Bahamas, there are always tons of new things to do for everyone to enjoy.

Old Bahama Bay, Grand Bahama, Visit Caribbean Islands, Resort Beach Vacations
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However you like to unwind, Grand Bahama is an ideal destination to relax and reconnect. Grand Bahama is the northernmost island within the Bahamas, and is best known for its dazzling city of Freeport. Grand Bahama Island is a haven of gorgeous white sand beaches, surrounded by pristine waters that stretch for miles and miles. This tropical paradise is the ultimate outdoor recreation experience. From biking and birdwatching to cave diving, dolphin encounters and world-class fishing, every minute you spend under the warm sun will be a memorable experience.

Visit the Port Lucaya Marketplace first for food, shopping, and entertainment. This lively marketplace is home to restaurants providing foreign and Bahamian cuisine and colorful stores selling anything from designer goods to handcrafted items made locally. The evenings here are frequently enlivened by live music and entertainment. From then, you may take part in a Junkanoo parade, explore the area’s museums and art galleries, or eat traditional Bahamian food at eateries and food booths to fully immerse yourself in the culture.

Apart from the shopping and culture, there are a variety of beach activities to do while you’re there. Gorgeous beaches on Grand Bahama Island are ideal for water sports, swimming, and tanning. Activities available to visitors include jet skiing, paddleboarding, snorkeling, and parasailing. The island provides a variety of activities, from sightseeing and ATVing through the forests to swimming with dolphins at a local attraction. There’s something for everyone to enjoy on Grand Bahama Island, like unwinding, thrills, or cultural activities.

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Margaritaville at Sea

Margaritaville at Sea is the only 3-day, 2-night cruise sailing from the Port of Palm Beach to Grand Bahama Island. A floating island vacation, Margaritaville at Sea Paradise brings together the iconic Margaritaville lifestyle with the ability to escape and sea the world.
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25 Best Beach Webcams Caribbean
Browse our list of 25 Best Webcams in the Caribbean Islands and see what’s happening live at the beach. Check the current weather, surf conditions, and beach activity. Enjoy live streaming views of your favorite beaches in the Caribbean.

Map of Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama Island Average Temperatures

Use this weather chart as a guide to view the average air and ocean temperatures in Grand Bahama.

The average air temperature in the summer varies between 85-90 degrees. The spring and fall varies between 80-85 degrees. The average air temperature in the winter varies between 70-75 degrees.

Even during the warmest days, you can expect a slight to moderate ocean breeze to temper the heat. The temperature variations in the Caribbean are surprisingly minimal.

Hurricane season starts in June, ends in November, and peaks in September. Keep up with the latest weather forecasts and warnings from local authorities.

Average Monthly Temperatures

Average High Average Low Average Ocean Temp

Average high, low and ocean temperatures in Grand Bahama. Sources: Accuweather,, NOAA

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