Sightsee Nassau: Begin your sightseeing tour by bus in historic Rawson Square with highlights including Gregory’s Arch, the Roman Catholic Cathedral, Government House and Parliament Building.
Rum Cake Factory: Experience a locally made delicacy at the Bahamas Rum Cake Factory where you can indulge in a variety of samples of rum cakes with flavors including chocolate, banana, pina colada and more.
Atlantis Resort: Drive over Sir Sidney Poitier bridge for breathtaking views of Paradise Island on your way to your stop at the iconic Atlantis Resort, where you’ll have time to explore the Marina Village and Atlantis casino.
Queen’s Staircase: Commonly known as the 66 Steps, the Queen’s staircase was carved out of limestone in 1793 and provided an escape for soldiers at Fort Fincastle when under attack. The attraction has been preserved and is a popular tourist destination for visitors.
Graycliff Heritage Village: Explore the attractions of the historic Graycliff Village. Shop for souvenirs and native artifacts at the museum and Graycliff stores. At Bahama Barrels, the country’s first wine distillery, enjoy free samples of local wine. Graycliff is world-renowned for its famous cigars and chocolates. Watch the cigar rolling and taste chocolate samples from the local chocolate factory.
John Watlings Rum Distillery: Be welcomed with a pina colada rum sample before touring the historic estate and learning the process of rum making in Nassau. Next, take time to relax and order a variety of drinks and cocktails on the outdoor patio with cool ocean breezes and views.
Fish Fry and Junkanoo Beach: Drive through the local Fish Fry and stop at Junkanoo Beach for a beautiful photo op on the white sand beaches.
Christ Church Cathedral: Dating back to 1670, the cathedral is the oldest church in The Bahamas where you can view the church’s beautiful white, gothic stone and stained-glass windows with historical plaques from the early historical era in Nassau.
Accessibility: Tour is ambulatory accessible; you must be able to take a few steps (up/down) and walk short distances. Collapsible wheelchair can be stored.
What to Bring: Camera, credit/debit cards and cash for purchases.
Good to Know: The order of the stops can vary to prevent overcrowding. John Watling’s Distillery is closed on Bahamian Holidays. Proof of vaccination is required to drink inside John Watlings. Not required to drink on outside patio.