Tour The Bahamas
We’re very proud of our beautiful islands. They play host to a variety of attractions, both natural and manmade, that offer a glimpse into our rich culture. We invite you to tour as many islands as possible to get the full Bahamian experience. Not sure where to start? No worries. All our sightseeing tours are both educational and exciting. You can explore natural caves, walk through town and learn about historical landmarks and even island hop. Or, if you’d prefer to ride, we also offer jeep, scooter and biking tours. However you decide to explore our islands, there’s a professional Bahamian tour guide waiting to show you around. So go ahead. Discover what makes The Bahamas so unique.
Andros is rich with cultural and historical landmarks, including a lighthouse with cannons from an old wreck, an old pirate's well and cave, native colony ruins, quaint towns with evocative names, plus a sisal and a batik factory. You’ll also want to experience crab-catching, a staple of the economy, and an outing can be arranged for you to see locals in action.
Eleuthera & Harbour IslandWe offer adventure tours, historical tours and cultural tours in scenic towns on the Eleuthera coast and in Harbour Island and Spanish Wells, including a look inside the magnificent Preacher's Cave. A unique and educational experience on Eleuthera introduces the variety of native plants used locally for medicinal purposes.
Grand Bahama IslandThe guided tour options on Grand Bahama Island include historical explorations, off-road adventures, and city/country tours that feature shopping sprees. You will get to visit the island's heritage sites, residential communities, the downtown commercial business center, the open-air vendors' market, the only distillery on the island and the deep-water harbor.
Long IslandMany of the attractions here are rife with history. You can explore Hamilton's Cave, one of the largest in The Bahamas—with over 10-foot-high ceilings—where a pre-Columbian gallery with Amerindian drawings was discovered in 1935. Hike up to the monument commemorating Columbus’ landfall, high atop a cliff at the northern end of the island.
Nassau & Paradise IslandThere are a number of must-see landmarks in Nassau. At Rawson Square you’ll find historic government buildings, a public library and museum, the Queen's Staircase, Water Tower, historical forts, Gregory Arch and The Caves.
Cultural tours provide a glimpse of where and how the locals live. You’ll visit places like Government House to see the changing of the guard, craft centers for an inside look into how our Androsia Batik fabric is made and scenic towns and settlements. You’ll also get to sample authentic Bahamian food and drink.
Escorted tours with experienced guides are available by bicycle, bus, golf cart, jeep, scooter, Segway, taxi, boat, horse-drawn surrey and on foot. Our guides are very courteous and knowledgeable and look forward to teaching you about our lifestyle.
These tours showcase the historical aspects of The Bahamas, visiting sites like caves, forts, lighthouses, old churches, monuments, plantation and slave ruins throughout the area and providing background information.
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