Our driver, Rico, was hysterical and the tour a lot of fun. We toured some landmarks and historical sites. We stopped at the Rum Cake Factory which was so worth it. A stop at the rum distillery which was pretty cool and they give free samples. I wanted some local rum to bring home, so this was a great stop for me. We also stopped at the Queens Staircase; Fort & Straw Market- it was all in one stop and was way too short of a stop to enjoy all 3 without rushing. This would be a good stop if we had more time.
One thing that disappointed us was that on the tour, it said "sample some local food" with this, we literally thought we would "sample" some foods. No. It was a full stop for lunch at an expensive restaurant that was not included. We have a picky adult eater in our family, so we checked out some local places before hand to get an idea of where to eat. So when this was our choice for lunch, with 90% of the menu being conch, and priced higher then we planned on spending for lunch, we were not pleased. Even the mac-n-cheese had hot peppers in it, so my picky eater couldn't eat it.
When the tour states "sample local food" we assume it is part of the tour we already paid for, not a separate, expensive lunch that was not our choice.
The other negative is that this was supposed to be a 3 hour tour, but it ended up being 5 hours... which would have been fine, but since we were only in Nassau for 1 day, that extra 2 hours killed the rest of the plans for the day. We didn't have time to do some other things we were gonna do, like snorkeling & going to the west side.... if we were going to be in Nassau more then one day, it would have been better. But that hurt us.
If we go to Nassau again, we will skip the tours and enjoy the island our way.
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