Pelican Point Travel Guide

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Pelican Point Things to Do

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    by tpangelinan Written Jan 15, 2007

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    While exploring we didn't see to many locations that would be good for a sunset but this one is a perfect we found. We had to be some where by dark so I couldn't stay for what look to be a good sunset. These beaches are also great for romantic walks at nightor day!

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    by tpangelinan Updated Jan 15, 2007

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    Only about 20ft from where we parked the car we were able to walk on this beautiful beach. As you walk out on the beach you see the beauty and a little further you see what happened with the last hurricane, trees blow over all up and down the coastline. Every beach we visited here on Grand Bahama Island we found the same thing, beautiful old trees turn into driftwood. But the beauty is still abond this island, white sand beached are so cool on your feet, the water even in January it was warn enough to swim!

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    by tpangelinan Written Jan 15, 2007

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    If you look to the left of this photo you can see the line of feld trees that were downed during the last hurricane 2 years ago. These beaches are so wonderful it's a shame to see this devastation. As you can see also there is no one on the beach for as far as you can see!

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Pelican Point What to Pack

  • by meezle09 Written Nov 28, 2009

    Luggage and bags: Whatever you think is necessary in a settlement 50 miles from a big city.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: of course shorts! Always pack atleast one long sleeve shirt and pants for nights outside. Bugs (mosquitos, Dr. Flies, Sand flies, etc.) are usually out in full force during the summer. Flip flops or no shoes at all.

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: You will need all toiletries because there are none supplied for you. There are stores in town that you can purchase anything you need.

    Photo Equipment: Bring all the cameras and memory cards you can.

    Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Beach gear is the only thing that you will want.

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    • Kayaking
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    by tpangelinan Updated Jan 15, 2007

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    Favorite thing: There is not much to this little settlement, while driving east on Grand Bahama Hwy past Big Rock, we saw a small Blue sign which stated Welcome to Pelican Point. Just about the time it takes to read the sign, yep you guessed it, you are through the small settlement. Don't look for any thing to do here except the beach. Near the end of the settlement heading east you'll find a pull off area to park, you must check out the beach!

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