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Stop At: The Bahamas Rum Cake Factory, 602 E Bay Street, Nassau N-4122 New Providence Island
The Bahamas Rum Cake Factory produces bundt rum cakes in several scrumptious flavors, like pina colada, banana, chocolate and plain pound cake. The cakes are marinated in the famous Ole Nassau Rum, distilled in Nassau. Visit the bakery and see up close the cakes being made. Try the free samples of the wide variety of flavors. Pick your favorite flavor and we'll purchase it for you as a souvenir gift and as a small token of our appreciation, gratitude and thanks!
Duration: 15 minutes
Pass By: Fort Montagu, Eastern Rd New Providence Island
Enjoy a guided tour of this historically rich and elegant Fort. Take photos of the original Cannon guns used to fight of pirates with the Atlantic ocean as your back drop. From across the harbour, see multi million dollar homes of the rich & famous.
Stop At: Queen's Staircase, Top of Elizabeth Avenue, off Shirley Street, Nassau New Providence Island
The Queen's Staircase also known as The 66 steps by locals was carved out of solid limestone rock by slaves between 1793 and 1794. Take photos of this mystical and scenic landmark with green trees and a waterfall as your picture perfect background.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Fort Fincastle, Bennet_s Hill, Nassau New Providence Island
Built in 1793 and strategically placed to protect Historic Nassau and its harbor, this fort offers up some of the most spectacular views in Nassau. Take pictures among the cannon guns all while learning all of the rich history.
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Government House, Blue Hill Rd. Cnr Duke St., Nassau New Providence Island
Government House is the official residence of Her Majesty Queen of England representative (The Governor General of The Bahamas). See Christopher Columbus statue to commemorate land fall in The Bahamas and discovery of the new world on the 12th of October 1492.
Stop At: John Watling's Distillery, Buena Vista Estate 17 Delancy Street, Nassau 00000 New Providence Island
Sample some of the most amazing Rum blends in the Caribbean. Take pictures of this beautifully restored Estate while learning how they distill their all so tasty rum selections.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Fort Charlotte, West Bay Street, Nassau New Providence Island
This fort is actually (3) forts in 1. Built over-looking the harbor of Nassau, this fort was constructed in 1789 by British colonial governor Lord Dunmore after the end of The American Revolutionary War. This fort was built to be used as a battle station, to attack the invading Spaniards.
Duration: 25 minutes
Pass By: Paradise Island Lighthouse, Paradise Island Western Tip New Providence Island
This is the oldest and best known Lighthouse in The Bahamas and the oldest surviving light house in The West Indies. It is located at the Western tip of Paradise Island, marking the northwest entrance to New Providence and the Port of Nassau. It was built in 1817, when the Island was known by its previous name, Hog Island.
Pass By: The Cloisters Nassau, Paradise Island Dr, Nassau New Providence Island
French Cloister is situated on Paradise Island. It is from a 14th century Augustinian monastery, dismantled and imported from Europe by William Randolph Hearst. Purchased while still in pieces from the Hearst estate by Huntington Hartford and reassembled stone by stone here as the center piece of the Versailles Gardens on Paradise Island. It overlooks Nassau Harbour to one side and the One & Only Ocean Club resort to the other.
Pass By: Ocean Club Golf Course, One & Only Ocean Club New Providence Island
See fabulous estates owned by the rich and famous. Hollywood stars, professional athletes, wall street business tycoons all call this exclusive gated community home.
Stop At: Atholl Island, New Providence Island
Splash around on this beautiful Private Island Beach, with water so clear you can see your toes thru it.
Duration: 2 hours