Ben's Cave, Grand Bahama Island

#7 of 19 in Parks in Grand Bahama Island
Geologic Formation · Hidden Gem · Cave
The mysterious and enchanting Ben's Cave attracts many visitors with its clear, turquoise water and interesting history. Lush bromeliad and orchid trees cover this hidden gem, where the remains of Lucayan Indians were found preserved under rocks in fresh water 2 m (6 ft) deep. The caves' pool consists of a layer of fresh water sitting atop salt water, while the passages within the cave extend 900 m (3000 ft) horizontally. See bats hanging from the ceiling and fish swimming in the water. You can scuba diving in the cave, under the guidance of an authorized dive instructor. Add Ben's Cave to your Grand Bahama Island travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Grand Bahama Island trip itinerary builder app.
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  • A bit disappointed in that the cave was so small. But, the trip was worth it because of the beach across the street  more »
  • Not a hard hike to get to, part of a large cave system there in the Bahamas. The bats were flying around, fun to experience.  more »
  • Interesting cave to stop in for a visit if you are in the area
  • These caves are beautiful and very interesting.
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