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Pastel buildings, rum cake, and turquoise waters await you on Nassau shore excursions. Experience the capital city of the Bahamas in style, whether you relax on its many beaches or take a more active approach and explore the island on foot or underwater.
Start with a guided tour of all the major city sites, like Rawson Square, the historic Parliament Buildings, and the National Art Gallery. Check out the local fish market, Potters Cay, and sample local rum at John Watling's Rum Distillery. On a cruise to the Bahamas, there’s always time for a piña colada.
There are endless opportunities for scuba diving and snorkeling on Nassau cruise excursions. You can take a beginner’s scuba tour to learn the basic how-tos, or experienced divers can gear up and head to the island’s famous Rainbow Reef. It’s only a 45-minute boat ride from Nassau Harbor, and this tropical oasis is home to some of the most beautiful coral structures in the world. You can snorkel, scuba dive, or simply swim the crystal waters while visiting from your cruise to Nassau.
Animal lovers will find Nassau shore excursions are perfect for wildlife adventures. Swim with dolphins and meet sea lions at Blue Lagoon Island. It’s an ideal excursion to combine animal experiences with the tropical beauty of the Bahamas. If you want to take things down a notch, let Blue Lagoon Island be your haven. Lounge in a hammock beachside and swim in Caribbean waters without interruption. Families will also enjoy Aquaventure in Nassau, where all ages can enjoy the water park at Atlantis Paradise Island Resort for water slides, tubing, and lazy river floating.
Foodies can choose an intimate culinary option of the Nassau shore excursions available, where you’ll learn how chefs source their fresh seafood, prepare signature dishes, and explore the local markets. Complete your day with a delicious meal of Bahamian classics like deep-fried conch fritters, Johnny cake, and, of course, rum cake for dessert.