It's no secret the Caribbean is an excellent place for exploring. Now you too can be an explorer, cruising down the paved roads of Nassau and New Providence Island.
Leaving the pier, you will take a short walk to the staging area, where you'll be given an orientation about your shared 4x4 vehicle before setting off on your journey. There are 4 guests to each vehicle, making it perfect for you and friends. You can opt to take turns driving and navigating through the traffic and turns if you like, or leave it to one person to do all the driving. Each vehicle is equipped with a walkie-talkie to hear the lead guide's instructions and narration.
Traveling convoy-style with your guide leading the way (all vehicles must stay with the convoy and follow the lead guide), you will follow a route out of Nassau and into the island's interior. Passing through the typical Bahamian countryside, you will get to view the island in your own unique style. You may even see one of the old colonial forts and other historical and architectural buildings along the way. Your guide will also point out the homes of some of the famous and infamous residents that have called the island home.
Your tour draws to a close with a stop at one of the island's local beaches. Here, enjoy approximately 1-hour to take a break and relax on the sand, or enjoy a swim in the warm, translucent waters. After your beach break, you will caravan back through the countryside to Nassau where your tour concludes at the pier.
Please note: This tour includes a minimal amount of walking, mainly at the guests' discretion during the beach stop. The surfaces at the beach are sandy and uneven. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Light-weight clothing; swim wear; flat, comfortable walking shoes or aqua socks; a towel; sun cap; sunscreen and sunglasses are suggested. Tour participants taking part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility and there are no lifeguards on duty. The beach is a public beach and guests are cautioned to not leave their personal belongings unattended. There are no facilities at the beach. Driver(s) must be at least 25 years of age and have a valid drivers' license.