In 24 hours immerse yourself, family & friends in many aspects of the culture & heritage of The Bahamas. create #bahamassouvenirexperience
The Millennium Masquerade Bahamas:
Eat from a collection of Bahamian main dishes to deserts while entertained by easy listening Bahamian music and entertainment
Visit a worship place on the island followed by after service Bahamian food
Having being given instructions before you arrive, no you will live that out by wearing your own Junkanoo costume, dance to Junkanoo music in your Junkanoo group with the chance to be crowned King/ Queen of Junkanoo
More Bahamian music, dance and cultural heritage display that will involve you with Bahamian food and drinks
All ground transportation will be taken care of just hop and hop off the bus where ever you goGet Directions
Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations and some stops.
Yes. IDs not required we will take your word for it. Schools accepted!
For the Tea Tour and Cooking Tour it is possible to enter Grum Ma’s House by wheelchair. For our Premium Taste Bahamas Tour not all locations are wheelchair accessible. There are also at least a 6 step stair to reach the deck at Buddies by the Bay.
To maximize your chances of getting the day, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance. Tickets can only be purchased via our websites. Cash is accepted the day of the tours.
Absolutely not! This tour is a good Things To Do in Freeport Bahamas. Our tours combine architectural commentary, historical facts, local culture and culinary insight into a unique 2-hour experience. Imagine moving through the settlements and eating our local chef’s most delicious foods at a local hangout while learning about the neighborhoods from real locals.
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