This East End village is a popular jumping-off point for bonefishing in the uninhabited cays. Anglers should call up Captain Phil & Mel’s Bonefishing Guide Service, which provides customers with transport to and from Freeport. If you get hungry, stop by Miss Zelma’s Conch Stand for some of Zelma’s outstanding cracked conch or crab rice.
West of Freeport
West of Freeport, a slender, scrub-covered peninsula, separated from the ‘mainland’ by Freeport Harbour Channel, extends northwest to West End. Down a sandy side road, Paradise Cove is one of the island’s best day-trip destinations. This friendly beach club has clusters of psychedelic-colored reef just offshore, so rent snorkel gear (BS$15) and wade right in.