Experience the enchanting way-of-life and culture of our hometown villages up-close and personal; learn about local history and customs through a narrated history of The Bahamas, including black and white Bahamian heritage. This tour includes the Lucayan National Park, a place of ecological and archaeological history. You will also: explore nature trails and mysterious caves enjoy the heartwarming view of pristine creeks, dense mangroves, and miles of one of the world's most amazing beaches observe a common livelihood practice of conch (conk) cracking, as the conch, a main staple of the Bahamian diet and local income, is cracked and extracted from its shell relax on the deck of a casual beach-shack restaurant and bar in one of our native settlements, as you take-in the breathtaking view of the surroundings indulge in a delicious lunch from a varied but simple menu of mouthwatering delicacies including scrumptious native dishes (lunch is at extra cost; prices are reasonable)


Tour: Adults - $65.00 / Children (6 -11) - $45.00, Snorkeling: Adults - $25.00 / Children - $15.00 Kayaking: Adults - $15.00 / Children - $10.00


P.O. Box F-44563

Contact Information:
Mr. Jerome J.C. Carey
(242) 374-2511, (242) 727-2368


Rates are subject to change at any given time and The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, or The Government of The Bahamas, will not be held liable for any decisions made based upon it.