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Nassau: Rum Tastings and Culinary Walking Tour

Nassau: Rum Tastings and Culinary Walking Tour

Embark on a Flavorful Journey through Nassau's Culinary and Rum Heritage Step into the world of Bahamian flavors and tales with our Nassau Rum & Food Walking Tour. This unique experience is more than just a tour; it's a celebration of the Bahamas' rich culinary and rum traditions, set against the vibrant backdrop of Nassau's historic streets. From the famous John Watling's Distillery to the hidden gem of The Lucerne, a private Bahamian-themed speakeasy, our expert guides will lead you on an unforgettable journey of taste and tradition. Tour Highlights: John Watling's Distillery: Begin your adventure at this renowned distillery, known as the "Spirit of The Bahamas." Explore the art of rum-making and indulge in tastings of their finely crafted spirits paired with delicious appetizers. Graycliff Chocolatier: Delight in the exquisite world of chocolate at Graycliff Chocolatier. Learn about the chocolate-making process and how it pairs beautifully with Bahamian rum. The Pirate Republic Brewing Co: Experience the vibrant local beer scene with a visit to Nassau's very own craft brewery. Learn about the history of Nassau as a pirate republic while enjoying signature cocktails and delicious conch fritters. The Lucerne: Conclude your tour at this exclusive, private speakeasy. Immerse yourself in a truly Bahamian atmosphere, enjoying specialty cocktails and local bites in a setting that transports you back in time. Itinerary & Main Activity Features: Starting at John Watling's Distillery: Meet at this historic site where you'll be introduced to the world of Bahamian rum. Enjoy a guided tour learning about the distillery's storied past and then enjoy a delicious cocktail paired with appetizers. Graycliff Chocolatier Delights: Next, we'll visit the renowned Graycliff Chocolatier for an indulgent chocolate tasting, with rum infused bonbons. Discover the fine craftsmanship behind each delicious bite. Cocktails at The Pirate Republic Brewing Co: Refresh your palate at Nassau's premier craft brewery. Have a signature pirate cocktail and the best conch fritters on the island. Exclusive Access to The Lucerne: Our final stop is a hidden gem of Nassau. The Lucerne, a private speakeasy, offers a cozy, authentic Bahamian ambiance. Here, enjoy specialty cocktails and local snacks, the perfect end to your culinary journey. Conclusion of the Tour: As our Nassau Rum & Food Walking Tour winds down, you'll find yourself enriched with the flavors and stories of the Bahamas. The tour concludes at The Lucerne, leaving you in the perfect spot to either continue your evening in Nassau or take a leisurely stroll back to your accommodation. Our guides are happy to provide recommendations or directions to help you make the most of the rest of your stay in this vibrant city. Join us for an unforgettable exploration of Nassau's rum, food, and culture – a journey where every sip and bite tells the story of the Bahamas!

Nassau: E-Scooter Tour with Food Tasting and Local Drinks

Nassau: E-Scooter Tour with Food Tasting and Local Drinks

Explore Nassau’s tropical streets by scooter and get to know Bahamian culture on this guided tour. Stop off at historical landmarks like the Queen’s Staircase and Fort Fincastle, savor the spicy aromas of the Rum Cake Factory and learn about the history of Junkanoo at the National Art Gallery. The first stop will be at Rawson Square, named after a former governor of the island, before you move on to the Rum Cake Factory. Here you’ll learn about the unique flavors and techniques that go into making this classic Caribbean delicacy. Next, you’ll head on to Fort Fincastle, stopping first to admire the dramatic Queen’s Staircase, which is made of 65 steps of solid limestone carved into the hillside. The fort itself was built in the 18th century to protect Nassau harbor from pirates and offers spectacular views out over the water. After this, the tour will make its way to Bahama Barrels, the first winery in the Bahamas, and on to the National Art Gallery. Here, you’ll be able to learn about Junkanoo, a Bahamian street parade, and admire the collection of colorful clothing and masks worn by the dancers. Finally, you’ll visit the John Watlings Distillery, where you can learn about small-batch rum production, and the Pompey Museum of Slavery and Emancipation, where your tour will come to an end.

Nassau: Historic Downtown Nassau Bike Tour

Nassau: Historic Downtown Nassau Bike Tour

Take a guided tour of the historic Bahamian architecture in Downtown Nassau. Meet the staff for a short safety briefing, before you start exploring the points of interest like the Water Tower, Fort Fincastle, the Queen's Staircase, the Graycliff Chocolatier, Bahama Barrels winery, and the National Art Gallery (closed on Mondays). You will also explore Fort Charlotte, Junkanoo Beach, Rawson's Square, the Governor General's House, and more. Following that, discover beautiful murals and photo opportunities as you cruise along colorful buildings of Bay Street. You will later be taken for a lunch break at a vibrant and energetic food spot called Arawak Cay, where at a nominal fee, you may purchase food and beverages unique to the islands of the Bahamas. Following lunch, stop at the Straw Market to admire the handiwork of local vendors, and at the conclusion of your experience, your guide will return you to your tour collection point.

Nassau: Historical Sightseeing Guided Half-Day Tour

Nassau: Historical Sightseeing Guided Half-Day Tour

Begin the tour with a drive through the historic city of Nassau. Stop at the Bahamas Rum Cake Factory. Sample scrumptious flavors like pina colada, banana, and chocolate. Next, head across the 65-foot bridge that connects Nassau to Paradise Island. Pass by the beautiful Cloisters and take memorable photos of the lovely marble statute Silence. The Queen's Staircase will be your next stop. Carved out of solid limestone in the late 18th century, this 102-foot staircase is a must-see attraction. Climb the 65 steps to the top of Bennet's Hill the highest point in Nassau and access Fort. Guests not able to climb the staircase can stay on board and be driven to the top. At the top, you'll find a mini-market with authentic handmade goods at bargain prices. Then, go to the Graycliff Chocolate Factory for about 20 minutes to see how this famous chocolate is made and sample some of the 17 different flavors. Head to the John Watling's Distillery, a local producer of rum where you'll have a chance to sample. Next, visit Junkanoo Beach to take photos of the beautiful crystal clear waters. The last stop of the tour will be at the interactive Pirates Museum in the heart of downtown Nassau where you'll be transported to the year 1716 when pirates ruled the Caribbean.

Nassau: Private and Personalized Island Tour

Nassau: Private and Personalized Island Tour

Tour your way! Private Tours with just your group. Your Tour Guide will pick you up from your hotel or address in a clean, and stylish vehicle of your choice. You will be guided through the island's many exciting attractions: - Tap into your inner warrior at the Historic Fort Charlotte, Fort Montague and Fort Fincastle - Feel the romance in the air at the Gardens of Versailles and the French Cloister - Taste the tantalizing islands in rum form at the John Watling's Rum Distillery - Enjoy the scrumptious goodies at the Graycliff Chocolate Factory - Eats. Eats and more Eats at the Rum Cake Factory - Explore local exotic animals at the Ardastra Gardens and Zoo - Dare to be a pirate if only for a moment at the exciting Pirates of Nassau Museum - Appreciate local history of the architecturally stunning Parliament and Rawson Squares - End your tour feasting on the best of the best Bahamian cuisine at the world famous Arawak Cay 'Fish Fry' At the end of your tour, your Guide will drive you back to your hotel or drop off location.

Nassau: Historic City Tour with Drink and Food Tasting

Nassau: Historic City Tour with Drink and Food Tasting

This unique city tour will give guests a greater appreciation of the life, food, drinks, and culture of the Bahamas. The guest will be able to explore the rich history of the island of New Providence while traveling through some of Nassau's indigenous villages, such as "Fox Hill Village." Guests will be able to sample some of the island's unique foods and drinks as we visit the Bahamas Rum Cake Factory, The Chocolate Factory, the John Watling Distillery, The New Duff, and the popular Nassau Fry Fry at Arawak Cay.

Nassau: Island Highlights Tour with Rum Tasting

Nassau: Island Highlights Tour with Rum Tasting

Make the most of your stop in Nassau with the help of a local guide. Snap pictures of Queen Victoria's staircase – the photos are well worth the climb – and try some local flavors at the Graycliff Chocolate Factory and John Watling's Distillery. Meet your guide in a central location and hop into the comfortable, air-conditioned van. Enjoy historical and cultural commentary as you make you way to the first stop, Queen Victoria's staircase. Continue on past the famous Atlantis Resort and stop for a pick me up at the Bahamas Rum Cake Factory. The culinary journey continues at the Graycliff Chocolate Factory and John Watling's Distillery, where you can sample some of their famous products. At the end of the day, your guide will bring you back to the centrally located meeting point.

Nassau: City Highlights Private Pedicab Tour

Nassau: City Highlights Private Pedicab Tour

Step up into your pedicab carriage and let's get rolling! This fun, active tour of Nassau hits all the highlights! As we pedal through historic Downtown Nassau Attractions, your friendly, enthusiastic guide will relate the history of the city through your audio ear set. It's just a short ride to the tropical setting of the Queen's Staircase. You'll hear the story of its architecture and climb the 66 steps to see the iconic Water Tower, a prominent landmark in Nassau's skyline, and visit Fort Fincastle. Although never actually used as it was intended (to defend the harbor from attack from the French), the fort remains an important part of Nassau's history. Back down the stairs and back into your pedicab, there's much more in store. Your next destination is the beautiful colonial Government House, home of the Governor General of The Bahamas. Right next door is the elegant Graycliff Hotel, a true Bahamian treasure. Visit the Graycliff Chocolatier and sample their exquisite chocolates before moving on to tour the galleries of the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas and its sculpture garden. A tour of the John Watling's Distillery is up next, where you'll learn the magic of turning raw, local products into the finest varieties of rum using traditional English methods. A sample is in order before pedaling on to the Pirates of Nassau Museum to tour exhibits portraying the golden age of piracy. Next, you'll head to the Straw Market to look for that perfect souvenir from your visit to Nassau. Your last stop will be the colonial style buildings of Parliament Square, where Queen Victoria Statue sits and the House of Assembly and Senate meet. It is here that we bid farewell. Join us on one of the best things to do in Nassau.

Nassau City Tour: Discover the Charms of Old Charles Towne

Nassau City Tour: Discover the Charms of Old Charles Towne

Experience the Best of Nassau with our Town & City Bus Tour Tour Schedules: Available everyday 8:30am - 11:00am, 11:30am to 2:00pm, or 2:30pm - 5:00pm. (Kindly email your preferred time slot for a seamless tour experience). Our Town & Country Bus Tour is designed to provide families with a delightful and well-rounded experience, combining historical sites, cultural experiences, and culinary delights. Here's a detailed breakdown of what you can expect during your tour: Meeting Point: Our tour bus will meet guests at the water fountain outside the Cruise Terminal, ensuring a convenient starting point for your adventure. Charles Town Exploration: Begin your journey in the old city of Charles Town. Visit a unique chocolate factory for a sweet experience. Explore the only winery on the island with free sampling for the adults. Stop at the Gray Cliff Cigar Factory, known for its historical significance and connection to Al Capone. Visit the oldest distillery on the island (built in 1789) for free samples of the world’s best peanut coladas. Old British Military Forts: Head to one of the old British military forts. Enjoy some time for shopping with locals, providing a chance for unique souvenirs. Explore the historical Queen’s Staircase, offering insights into the island’s past. Rum Cake Factory: Refuel at the best rum cake factory with free sampling, satisfying everyone’s sweet tooth. East of Nassau and Fort Montague: Head east of Nassau to Fort Montague. Enjoy beautiful beaches and take in scenic views. Savor mouth-watering conch fritters or fresh conch salad. Family-Friendly Atmosphere: Our guides provide engaging and age-appropriate information, ensuring a family-friendly atmosphere throughout the tour. We incorporate activities or anecdotes that appeal to both children and adults, creating an enjoyable experience for the whole family. Tour Conclusion: Conclude the tour after approximately 2.5 hours, ensuring families have experienced the best Nassau has to offer. Provide any final information, answer questions, and ensure a smooth return to the starting point. By blending history, culture, and culinary experiences, our Town & Country Bus Tour creates a well-balanced and enjoyable adventure for families visiting Nassau. Join us for an unforgettable journey through the sights, sounds, and flavors of this beautiful island paradise! Operating Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm - Monday-Sunday.

Nassau: Historic and Cultural Highlights Tour with Transfer

Nassau: Historic and Cultural Highlights Tour with Transfer

Take a trip back in time through Bahaman history on an informative discovery journey to the major landmarks of downtown Nassau. Learn some key facts about The Bahamas before heading out with your guide and seeing each historic site up close. Get picked up from your hotel, or the port if you're a cruise passenger, and discover some of the local highlights. Begin with a walk past Pompey Square, the Straw Market, the Pirate Museum, and the Parliament Buildings, where you'll hear about the function and importance of the site. Move along toward Fort Montaque for a fantastic photo op, passing Atlantis along the way. Stop at Fort Fincastle and the Queen Staircase, then enjoy some time to explore and shop from local vendors if you wish to. See the Governor General's estate while heading toward Graycliff Chocolate Factory, the National Art Gallery Bahamas, and John Watling's Distillery. Culminate your experience with a view of Fort Charlotte and Clifford Park.

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4.9
(14 reviews)

Jason was an amazing tour guide! This was a great way to see downtown Nassau and hear about the history that felt more authentic and less touristy while still hitting all the major sites that you would want to see on a trip to Nassau. It was a fabulous start to the trip and a great value for the ticket. Drinks and snacks all the way through!

We had our guide 'Ron Don' all to ourselves. He brought us to all the sights and gave us some history we would not have been able to find out ourselves. The traffic was a bit tricky to maneuver in at times, and backpedal brakes took a bit of time to get used to, but we were able to go at our own pace. Thanks for a great tour!

Our guide Net was an absolute charm!! Her enthusiasm, kindness and knowledge exceeded our expectations. We had so much fun! We plan on telling all of our friends and family to go on this walking tour and writing a positive review on Trip Advisor.

I actually didn’t go on the bike tour as I accidentally left my cell phone in the taxi. Once I got my cell phone back, I ended up doing their walking tour which was awesome. Maybe next time I will do the bike tour.

It was great!! Our guide was Jason an we are so happy about that 🥰 he has a lot of knowledge and it was so funny ! Thank u 🙏♥️