On this 3-hr guided bicycle tour, you will receive a complimentary bottle of coconut water and drinking water and visit 4 of Nassau's leading tourist attractions. Mingle with the world famous marching flamingos, the native animals and birds at the Ardastra Gardens and Zoo. Go back in time to 18th century Bahamas at the slave and dungeon ruins of Historical Fort Charlotte. Book the 10:20am tour on a Wed or a Fri and participate in a special treat at the Dungeon.Next is a 15 minute stop on "Junkanoo Beach" at our third stop, to allow the white powdery sands to come between your toes and to go ankle deep in the crystal clear, turquoise waters- your tour guide will give the option to do so the choice is entirely up to you. At the last stop, sample some complimentary conchy conch fritters at The Fish Fry (a stretch of native restaurants, all featuring delicious Bahamian cuisine).This tour holds a ten person maximum per group, infants 2- 5 yrs old are welcomed and tour for free..
Choose between a morning or afternoon tour as you get the chance of a life time to pedal your way on a cruiser bicycle to experience 4 of Nassau's leading tourist attractions. Headsets will be provided for you, while you peddle your way to the various attractions. Your experienced tour guide will educate and enlighten you with historical information of our beautiful Bahama land while you pedal. The tour leaves in rain or shine so rain coats will be provided in the event that you should experience "liquid sunshine" as it is called in the Bahamas. On a cool cruiser bicycle, your friendly and professional tour guide will pedal with you from the headquarters over to the first stop at the Ardastra Gardens and Zoo. Here you will get a chance to march with the world famous Marching Flamingos and come face to face with the native animal and bird life of the Bahamas. Next, pedal your way to the 2nd stop and step back in time to the early 18th century in Nassau Bahamas as you visit historical Fort Charlotte. Experience the moat, the underground passageways, the dungeon, the 42 cannons and the slave ruins. If you book our early 10:20am tour on Wednesdays and Fridays as a bonus to your tour experience, you will get to witness first hand , the reenactment of the changing of the 1800 century guards and the firing off of the 1800 century cannon, which is done at 11:30am every Wednesday and Friday. After your time at Fort Charlotte is complete, peddle your way to our 3rd stop to Junkanoo Beach. Here you will get the option of a 15 minute stop on "Junkanoo Beach" to allow the white powdery sands to come between your toes and for you to go ankle deep in the crystal clear, turquoise waters-this choice is entirely up to you. Our final and 4th stop takes you to the aroma of mouthwatering native food, local beer, and drinks. You will be lured in from the delicious aroma of native cooked food, as you make your way to the The Fish Fry, a quarter mile stretch of native food huts serving a variety of delicious native cuisine. While here, you will get to sample free "conchy conch fritters" , a native dish that you are sure to love.You then return to the headquarters after a scenic ride under the golden rays of the year-round golden Bahamas sun. The sun rays are golden and hot, so included in your tour charges are complimentary bottles of refreshing icy cold pure native coconut water and also a complimentary bottle of icy cold drinking water.