My tour was the new Rum Runner’s Passage tour. It was a great mix of history, fun, and of course rum. A lot of people think a ton of walking when they hear walking tour but this one visits locations that are conveniently nearby but still spaced out enough to make a very adventurous experience.

Our tour guide Maria was great, she spoke clearly and guided us safely along the roads. She also enjoyed the tour with you as opposed to being someone going through a daily routine.

As a history lover and a Bahamian, I did not expect to learn much. But I really did and that made it all the more interesting for me. I think everyone should try to go on this tour at sometime. The special role that rum played in our history is not often talked about. This tour opens your eyes to some great stuff. The whole tour was a pleasure but the highlights for me were Graycliff Chocolatier and John Watling’s Distillery. I was sad when it was over!

Anonymous from Nassau, New Providence
Visited April 2013

Our Art & Dine tour was more than wonderful. I live here and my two guests from Cancun were also very impressed with our guide’s knowledge of not only art as well as the history of the islands. We asked a lot questions of the artists and the exhibits.

The tour was the right amount of time and the food that we had chosen was excellent. Also, we were very lucky to met some of the artists from the exhibits that we had seen. They were more than happy to talk to us about their art.

We would highly recommend this tour if you only even have a small interest in art. I have more company arriving here and will book this tour again.

Louise B. from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Visited April 2013

Our Monuments & Memories tour was an excellent insight into Bahamian culture and history. I was fortunate enough to be invited on this tour and was so impressed by my experience that I had to take to my laptop to share my experience with anyone who wants to read my review!

I’ll be honest and say that I was skeptical about whether or not a two-hour tour of Nassau could hold my short attention span. However, I was very pleasantly surprised by the whole experience. The tour guide, Maria, was warm and engaging and more importantly, had an impressive knowledge base of the history and culture of the country and also little nuggets of information that only a someone who had researched and done their homework would know.

Not only is this a great way to get a tour of the down town area of Nassau, it is also a great way to absorb the details of the culture and history of a wonderful country. I found this tour to be excellent value for money and highly recommend visitors and locals to give it a go. Oh and don’t forget your camera, the sights are amazing!

Cat W. from London, U.K.
Visited February 2013

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