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Nassau: Bahamas Culture Tour with Electric Trolley and Water

1. Nassau: Bahamas Culture Tour with Electric Trolley and Water

Take a fascinating and fun tour of Nassau and Bahamas culture as you ride an open-air bus, See key sights from the city, and drink complementary water as you take part in an interactive and informative sightseeing experience. Hop on board a beautiful bus decorated with images from Bahaman culture and history. Feel the thrill of riding a fully electric open air bus through the streets of the island. Explore the highlights of the island on a tour which combine stories of its eventful history with the warmth and kindness of the Bahamian people. Stop and taste the island's famous Sky Juice while dancing and singing to island melodies. Enjoy trivia and prizes as you make the most of your visit to the island.

Nassau: City Sightseeing Tour with Rum Cake Tasting

2. Nassau: City Sightseeing Tour with Rum Cake Tasting

Enjoy a fun-filled time as you explore Nassau and Atlantis with your driver/guide. Relax with a convenient pickup service and see landmarks like Fincastle, the Government House, Atlantis, and visit a rum cake factory. Meet your friendly and knowledgeable local guides and depart the pier. Stop at the historic forts of Fincastle, a small fort shaped like a paddle-wheel steamer. At this location you will have time to explore the fort, the Queen Victoria Staircase, and enjoy some light shopping on your own and take pictures. Gain beautiful views of the Government House (official residence of the Governor General of the Bahamas since 1801), the Governor’s Mansion, and Gregory’s Arch. This stone arch was named after Governor John Gregory who served around 1850. Travel along Bay Street, the heart of Nassau’s shopping district, and home to the native Straw Market on the way to the Bahamas Rum Cake Factory. Once you arrive sample the namesake cake and choose from flavors like banana, cinnamon, and piña colada. Head to Paradise Island, an island connected to New Providence by two bridges that cross Nassau Harbor. See the famous Hog Island lighthouse, constructed in 1817, at the western tip of the island. The highlight of Paradise Island is the world famous Atlantis Resort. Visit a magnificent resort encompassing over 3,000 hotel rooms, 20 restaurants, a wide variety of stores, a 123-acre water park, beautiful beaches, and the largest casino in the Bahamas. Your tour will make a short stop at Atlantis where you will have free time to explore the amazing lobby, casino, or the shops. After your free time, you will be driven back to your ship.

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

3. 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 City Tour with Drink and Food Tasting

4. 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: Historical Sightseeing Guided Half-Day Tour

5. 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

6. 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: Island Highlights Tour with Rum Tasting

7. 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 Tour: Discover the Charms of Old Charles Towne

8. 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,Bahamas: Electric Bus Tour,local food & drink samples

9. Nassau,Bahamas: Electric Bus Tour,local food & drink samples

This tour will be for persons who want to sample Bahamian drinks and food. This will be a short tour that will go to about 4-5 places and pass many others. Some places are listed below. Tasty teas, which is a Bahamian owned facility that produces 11 signature tea blends and a bevy of tropical juices and iced teas. Guests will learn and sample different flavors of the tea and juices. Greycliff Chocolate Factory; This is a chocoholic’s dream can come true. At Greycliff they make their own chocolates under the tutelage of the master chocolatier and guests will have the opportunity to indulge these delicious gourmet chocolates. Rum Cake Factory: Guests will learn about the top-secret ingredients of the many flavors of rum cake, baked to perfection, and gently marinated in a signature brand of Ole Nassau Bahamian Rum. These cakes have become not just a dessert, but also an important part of a new lifestyle for both Bahamians and tourists. John Watlings Distillery: This is the home to JOHN WATLING’S Rum, the “Spirit of The Bahamas” – It is where its namesake rum and other spirits are handcrafted by Bahamian hands, using local materials and employing traditional English rum-making methods. Pompey Square; is a free-spirited social hub for local festivals, art shows, lounging and child’s play. There is an interactive water feature in the Centre of the square; surrounding it are restaurants, bars, souvenir shops and the Pompey Museum of Slavery and Emancipation This tour lasts for 2 hours, and the guests will have about 15-20 minutes at each stop. No transportation included in this activity.

Rum Reggae and Rhythms Tour

10. Rum Reggae and Rhythms Tour

Immerse yourself in a Caribbean party atmosphere on this fun-filled day tour. Cover top Nassau sights with the added bonus of having rum punch included, and reggae tunes to keep you energized. Save time researching things to see in Nassau, and benefit from having a full itinerary planned out for you. Highlights include a cigar factory, a chocolate factory, a winery, a rum distillery, and Bob Marley’s former home. Learn to live love and party like a Bahamian. By the time you leave you will be 10th% Bahamian.

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(29 reviews)

Excellent tour! Not just a bus tour. You get off at the Rum Cake Factory, Tea Shoppe, Atlantis (30 min) and make sure you sample some Conch fritters. The tour covered history and current events and we got to see how your average Bahamian lives. Chippie and her crew are amazing and super friendly. Very patient with my elderly mother. They are obviously very proud of their island and should be!

Our tour guides, Nice, Naughty, and Johnny Walker were fantastically amazing. They were great, well informed about the great places to go on the island. Definitely got us drunk and that was the goal!! Love and totally recommend it!!

This was a fantastic tour and a great way to see more of Nassau in a short time. The tour guide was beyond lovely, knowledgeable and funny. The island and Nassau are lucky to have such an asset.

The tour was great. Highly recommend it to anyone. Thankyou wonderful experience exploring Nassau today.

Awesome tour to see all aspects of the Bahamas and great tour guide