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We took a Carnival cruise and chose this for one of our excursions We really enjoyed it! We were picked up right outside the boat our driver was Awesome we loved him!! He was a local and the highlight of our excursion even stopped so...More
It was our first day in Grand Bahama, a very hot and humid day in July. But the Garden of the Groves was the perfect tonic to the industrial sights that greeted us in much of Freeport. The Garden wasn't too busy. The woman a...More
I went her with a group of girlfriends during a bachelorette party weekend. It was a wonderful garden. We enjoyed the cafe there, the conch burger was awesome. It was a very relaxing outing and a nice break from the sun and beach.
One of the few places to visit away from all the water sports is The Garden of the Groves. This is a nice tranquil place to enjoy being lead by a friendly guide. There are ponds with fish, a peaceful waterfall, all types of trees...More
My family and I had the most wonderful time at Garden if the Groves. Ms. Julie was a fantastic host and the scenery was absolutely breathtaking. The food was delicious and reasonably priced, and service was excellent. I highly recommend visiting Garden of the Groves....More
Mostly yes. We had a stroller, not a wheelchair...but I don't recall many obstacles. There were definitely paved paths and ramps. That said, some of the "spots" of interest in the garden weren't accessible...the chapel in... More
Mostly yes. We had a stroller, not a wheelchair...but I don't recall many obstacles. There were definitely paved paths and ramps. That said, some of the "spots" of interest in the garden weren't accessible...the chapel in particular was up sets of stairs and there wasn't any ramp nearby.