Bahamas Premium Tour

Bahamas Culture & Cuisine with Local Guides

Authentic & Immersive Cultural Exchange Experience

Avoid the Tourist Crowds

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Highlights

Explore Bahamian culture, cuisine, and history

Learn about the history and traditions that have made Grand Bahama what it is today

Enjoy a traditional, home-cooked meal with Bahamian soft drinks

Join a local guide who has extensive knowledge of culture and the island

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Trip Details

Price

Adults: $115USD
Seniors (65+): $100 USD
Children (14 & under): $95 USD


Start time

9:30 AM – 12:00 AM


Meeting point

  • Pick-up provided from island accommodation (please contact us with your location information)
  • Cruise passengers: meet in front of the Bandstand at the Freeport Harbour

Availability

Year-round, Monday to Friday

Saturday after 12 noon


Duration

2.5 hours


Group size

Minimum: 1 person
Maximum: 15 people


Participation requirements

There are a few steps to climb on this tour


Included

Tour of the scenic route

Interactive Immersive Tour of Grum Ma’s House Cultural Center

Traditional home-cooked meal made by a Bahamian chef with bottled water and Bahamian soft drinks

Return on scenic route

 


What to bring

  • Your fun self
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen and sunglasses
  • An extra layer in the cooler months
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • An appetite!

Staff

Transportation

Sites in the local area

A local and knowledgeable Bahamian guide

Cultural Center

Local Bahamian cuisine and drinks

 

What to Expect

All of our tours start at the point of pickup.

Following this, we will head to historical settlements of Pinder’s Point, Lewis Yard, Hunter’s, and McTown (Freeport), learning about Bahamian history and traditions on the way.

We will pass the industrial area, the only working lighthouse, historical churches and cemeteries,  the Mermaid Pond, a stunning freshwater pond that has naturally formed a connection to the sea by an underwater cavern.

The Grum Ma’s House Cultural Center, which as designed to preserve and share the fascinating details of our Bahamian culture & heritage.

Our final location will be Buddies by the Bay (or alternative), a rustic and charming structure perfect to enjoy a home-cooked Bahamian meal including bottled water and Bahamian soft drinks. This is the perfect way to discover the Bahamian history, its people, and food, away from the tourist crowds!

The return to your place of pickup will be as scenic and exciting.

Good to Know

  • Each tour will begin at the pick-up location or at Grum Ma’s House Cultural Center. All tours are by reservation therefore pre-purchase is recommended.
  • All tickets become non-refundable 8 hours before your tour start time.
  • Tours take place rain or shine. However, in cases of severe weather, or cancellation of the tour, all guests will be refunded.
  • Accessibility is only for those with the ability to climb a few steps.
  • At this time, we do not offer tours in any other language except English.
  • Unfortunately, we do not offer AAA discounts, but follow us on Twitter(opens in a new tab) or Facebook(opens in a new tab) for promo codes and discounts!
Frequently Asked Questions

Please be sure to let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergies, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we will seek to accommodate your needs.

Yes. IDs are not required, we will take your word for it. Schools are accepted too!

We absolutely do! We can accommodate a variety of special requests (family reunions, birthday parties, out of town guests, corporate events, conventions, festivals, parades, grand openings, and more).

The tours are held in rain or shine (or snow that we only had in 1977). In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. However, we advise you to check the weather conditions for your day’s event and dress appropriately.

You should bring a camera with you. Whether sun is shinning or not, we recommend an application of sunscreen especially on exposed parts of the body and a good pair of sunglasses. During the cooler seasons, it’s important to wear an extra layer of clothing or consider bringing a jacket as Freeport is our “Windy City”. Freeport, Bahamas weather can be unpredictable at times.

For the Tea Tour and Cooking Tour, it is possible to enter Grum Ma’s House by wheelchair. For our Taste of the Bahamas Premium Tour, not all locations are wheelchair accessible. There are also at least 6 steps to reach the deck at Buddies by the Bay.

Have more questions? Check out our FAQ page!

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