1. For cruise ship passengers, you will be collected at the Prince George Wharf approximately 15 minutes before the time the tour is scheduled to commence.
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  2. For hotel & timeshare guests, please be at Rawson Square, Bay Street (near the Sir Milo Butler Statue) approximately 10 minutes prior to the scheduled time of your tour.
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Yes, food tour tickets must be purchased in advance to secure your spot. We accept all major credit cards as well as Apple Pay. Cash is not accepted. Please CLICK HERE to book your tour.
Unfortunately, because payment secures your spot on the tour bus, we cannot offer refunds or rescheduling for no-shows. Our tour buses leave promptly at the scheduled time.
Yes you can. We ask that you advise us well in advance of any dietary constraints or allergies so that we may work with our partner restaurants to ensure your samples are prepared appropriate for your diet.
Yes we do! The tours are conducted rain or shine. However in the event of a hurricane or storm you will be reimbursed should you not be able to attend your tour.
We ask that if possible to please notify our office if you expect to be late so that you can arrange to meet up with the tour. We do not give refunds for persons arriving late to the tour.
The Flavors of Nassau Food Tour will allow you to discover Bahamian cuisine from ethnic family run spots to five star signature restaurants located on the island of New Providence. You’ll sample local delicacies passed down from generations, to dishes with a new twist on traditional Bahamian cooking.
For cruise ship passengers, after the last stop, you will be returned back to the Prince George Wharf. Hotel & timeshare passengers will be returned to Rawson Square.
Alcohol sampling of the local beer as well as rum samples will be held at two of the stops on the tour. After the sampling, additional alcoholic beverages will be available for sale.
  1. The food tour will make 6 stops at local establishments around the island, with enough samples that guests will be comfortably full at the end of the tour, without the need to purchase lunch or dinner after.
  1. Yes, ‘young foodies’ are encouraged to take the tour, learn and partake in the culture of the island. Children 12 and under can book the tour at a reduced rate.