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COVID-19 rules



Due to the COVID-19 crisis Paradise Cove would like to inform our guests of the new changes we have implemented. Please be aware that these changes are important to our safety and yours. We are asking all of our guests to follow our guidelines, as it relates to the way we have changed our business model. Once our government reopens our boarders and our business operations have resumed we will operate under the guidelines listed below until further notice.


  • All guests entering our bus must have some form of face covering the nose and mouth the entire time while on the bus.
  • Guests will be required to use hand sanitizer provided by bus driver before entering the bus.
  • Guests must not use the center fold down seats.
  • Guests traveling together should practice social distancing from other guests not in their party as much as possible.

Paradise Cove Property:

  • All guests must have some type of face covering the nose and mouth while on the deck area. Face covering does not need to be worn once guests are off the deck area. (Exception: Bathrooms where face covering required)
  • All guests must practice social distancing as much as possible while ordering food and drinks and getting water sports equipment.
  • All guests not traveling together need to be 6 feet apart while relaxing on the beach.
  • At the designated eating and drinking areas, guests who are not traveling together need to sit at different tables as much as possible.

Please be aware that your safety is very important to us and we will do all that we can to follow the guidelines set forth by the government in order to keep you and our employees safe during these times. We ask that you participate by practicing these protocols outlined above. We will do our part as well by sanitizing areas often and providing sanitizing stations throughout the property. We trust that we will get through this crisis and everyone involved will be better for it. Thanks in advance for your support and cooperation and welcome back to Paradise Cove.

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Spearfishing is a popular sport here in The Bahamas, You will see hog fish, snapper, and grouper on many of the reefs. For all divers, you must follow the guidelines when spearing fish you don’t need to have your gear we will supply the snorkel equipment and pole spear or hawaiian sling for our weapons of choice.

Our guide diver is FII PFI certified and has been hunting since he was 8 years old, he will go for a quick briefing before heading out to the ocean on the boat, depending your skill levels we will pick a reef and start at a comfortable depth.

Ready for an adventure of a lifetime

Spearfishing trips include roundtrip transportation and only online bookings include equipment , you’re welcome to bring your own so book online today

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Adopt a Reef Ball

Once upon a time, The Bahamas reef structures were a thriving ecosystem teaming with life. You could easily find colorful corals, huge Nassau groupers, snappers and appetizing lobsters in large numbers. Nowadays, the reefs are far from pristine and the reef’s creatures are long gone or, at least, less and less abundant. In fact, fishermen have to go further and further to acquire fish, crawfish and conch for local markets.

Paradise Cove takes up the call, leading marine conservation on the island of Grand Bahama. Paradise Cove has been a favorite snorkeling destination for tourists and locals alike on Grand Bahama for over thirty years and we have seen firsthand the decline of the marine life in our Bahamian waters. We really hold dear those special encounters with a majestic Hawksbill turtle or graceful spotted eagle ray, swimming in the crystal clear, playing on the currents. We’re sure you enjoy these moments as well, if so; join us in giving nature a hand.

Own a piece of Paradise and help us protect the reef.

What’s A Reef Ball?

Early 2014 we deployed 260 Reef Balls in front of Paradise Cove Beach Resort! Reef Balls are the world’s leading designed artificial reef modules. Currently there are over 632,000 of these units deployed in over 70 different countries, including the Bahamas. They are simply the safest and most effective way to create sustainable marine reef habitat. The PH balanced concrete structures are made with an easy to use, portable fiberglass mold system.

The concrete used to make Reef Balls contains micro silica, creating a super high strength, abrasion resistant, concrete. They are also treated to create a rough surface texture in order to promote settling by marine organisms such as corals, algae, coralline algae and sponges. Studies have shown that these Reef Balls create life when correctly placed in the water and each one of them can add up to 500 lbs. of biomass per year. That’s more fish, lobsters, coral and algae nourishing our marine environment. Spill over effect means more fish available from West End to Eight Mile Rock.

Adopt-a-Reef Ball with a tax-deductible donation

You can own a “Piece-of-the-Reef” through adoption.

  • Each adopted ball produces up to 500 lbs. of biomass yearly, that’s fish, lobsters, coral and algae! Spillover effect means more fish available to the local Bahamian public.

  • Each adopted ball supports a “Coral Propagation Program”, which rescues local endangered or imperiled corals and transplants them onto designated units.

  • Each adopted ball supports local schools where students will be able to learn about the importance of the marine environment in a hands-on experience.

  •  Each adopted ball supports the College of the Bahamas, biology division, for coral propagation training including monitoring growth and fish density studies.A Reef Ball can be adopted for only $200.

Adopt-a-Reef Ball and get:

  • A full color adoption certificate with exact GPS coordinates of the reef ball reef

  • 10% discount on any purchase at Paradise Cove Beach Resort


Coral transplanted to a Reef Ball can also be adopted for $30, $25, $20 and $15
(depending on its location on the reef). All adoptions will receive a beautiful Certificate of Adoption

Corporate Sponsorship

We also have a corporate sponsorship program.

Give The Gift of Life

What a perfect gift, the gift of life, to show your loved ones you really care about sustaining this beautiful Island. This Christmas give them a piece of the reef!

We’ll take good care of your reef, visit it anytime. 

— The Paradise Cove Team

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