Nassau: E-Scooter Tour with Food Tasting and Local Drinks

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Discover New Providence on a guided Segway tour. Learn about Bahamian culture, try Bahamian food and desserts, and visit Fort Fincastle, the National Art Gallery, museums, and the Rum Cake Factory.


  • Immerse yourself in Bahamian culture as you explore Nassau's many landmarks
  • Travel by electric scooter while stopping and tasting Bahamian delights
  • Gaze over the, harbor where pirate ships would have fought, from Fort Fincastle
  • Admire the colorful handcrafted masks and costumes used in the Junkanoo
  • Savor the spicy aromas of rum as you visit a small-batch distillery


Explore Nassau’s tropical streets by scooter and get to know Bahamian culture on this guided tour. Stop off at historical landmarks like the Queen’s Staircase and Fort Fincastle, savor the spicy aromas of the Rum Cake Factory and learn about the history of Junkanoo at the National Art Gallery. The first stop will be at Rawson Square, named after a former governor of the island, before you move on to the Rum Cake Factory. Here you’ll learn about the unique flavors and techniques that go into making this classic Caribbean delicacy. Next, you’ll head on to Fort Fincastle, stopping first to admire the dramatic Queen’s Staircase, which is made of 65 steps of solid limestone carved into the hillside. The fort itself was built in the 18th century to protect Nassau harbor from pirates and offers spectacular views out over the water. After this, the tour will make its way to Bahama Barrels, the first winery in the Bahamas, and on to the National Art Gallery. Here, you’ll be able to learn about Junkanoo, a Bahamian street parade, and admire the collection of colorful clothing and masks worn by the dancers. Finally, you’ll visit the John Watlings Distillery, where you can learn about small-batch rum production, and the Pompey Museum of Slavery and Emancipation, where your tour will come to an end.


Guide Scooter Helmet Elbow and knee pads Water Food tasting Drink tasting Free Wifi

Important Information

  • All visitors must present a valid legal ID and driver's license You must be comfortable driving a manual scooter This tour is subject to cancellation or rescheduling due to inclement weather You will make frequent stops during the tour

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