Nassau Group & Private Tours

Do you have your own private group, or would you like to customize your Nassau excursion?
We will customize your day in Nassau to see the sights, some you may have heard of and some you may not of.
From a private rum tasting to learning about the Bahamas Pirate history, there is plenty to see and do that cannot always be packed into a 2 ½ hour tour.

Here are some of the additional stops that we can add to your private/custom tour.

John Watling DistilleryJohn Watling Distillery

On the site of the Buena Vista Estate, John Watlings Distillery opened its doors in 2013. The estate has a rich and royal history before eventually falling into disrepair and then been reborn as a distillery. The distillery bears its name from John Watling, a famous buccaneer who frequented the islands in the 1600’s. The property offers guided tours along with Rum tastings and sales. A must stop on any rum lover or historian’s tour of the city.
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Nassau Pirate MuesumPirate Museum

As much as the English and Spanish tried to lay claim to the islands of the Caribbean, the waters in the area were ruled ruled by pirates. The 700 islands of the Bahamas made it a perfect place to hide and launch attacks on boats going to and from the New World. Relive their history, their way of life and their daring acts of piracy.

Pirate Republic Tap Room and BreweryPirate Republic Tap Room and Brewery

Pirate Republic is the first and only production craft brewery in The Bahamas. Tour the brewery then head upstairs to the tap room and sample their selection.

Junkanoo Museum

What once began as a temporary celebration of freedom for slaves who were given three days off for Christmas, soon blossomed into an exuberant, colorful parade called Junkanoo. Learn about h e history and traditions of Junkanoo at the Junkanoo Museum.

Changing of the Guard – Parliament House.

As a former British Colony, pomp and ceremony still exists in the Caribbean sun. Watch the changing of the guard with the Royal Bahamas Police Force Marching Band and Royal Bahamas Defense Force Guards.
The ceremony is held on the second Friday of each month and is free to the public.

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Graycliff Restaurant & Chocolate Factory

Experience the only 5-star dinning in the Bahamas, tour the incredible wine cellar that once held the cities most notorious criminals. Across the street, sample some of the finest chocolate throughout the Caribbean.
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