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Freeport, Bahamas

Listening to Goombay music while savoring roasted conch as waves lap a white sandy shore--this is the essence of the Bahamas and it's all tax free. A product of the Fifties, Freeport today is the place to play, and the island's 60 miles of white-sand beach, four golf courses, two casinos, offshore barrier reef, and interior jungle give ample opportunity for everyone of every age to do so. At Lucayan National Park, one of the largest and oldest underwater cave systems in the world is open for exploration, while parrots and alligators await at Garden of the Groves.