• Location: Freeport, Bahamas
  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
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Learn about the native culture of the Bahamas during this tour from Freeport. Listen to presentations about Bahamian culture and history, then learn about arts and crafts, the native population and their traditions. Drink Bush Tea and eat traditional Bahamian food like peas and rice prepared with coconut oil by resident chef Princess Dianna. Round-trip transportation from Freeport hotels and the Freeport cruise port is included.

Highlights

  • Family friendly
  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
  • Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
  • All-inclusive tour
  • Led by a local guide
  • Small-group tour

What You Can Expect

A Taste of Bahamas Cultural Food Tour

Chef Princess Dianna will prepare an authentic Bahamian meal!

Customer Reviews

Malcolm D B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

We became aware of how the Bahamians lived on Grand Bahama and how they dealt with disasters such as Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. The people were cheerful, neighborly and welcoming to us. Our guide Donald was very informative in describing local culture and explaining how Bahamians differed from other island cultures, the talk and video clips of the Bahamian Junkanoo was particularly good. Princess Diana's meal was first rate each of us enjoyed it very much and I had seconds. The tour concluded with a drive through the city of Freeport with ample explanations and descriptions of the neighborhoods and businesses. Tourists interested in the lifestyles of Bahamians will be interested in this experience.

Rockey R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2017

This was an insightful tour of Bahamian culture: music, tradition, life. Donald, our guide, was informed and invested in sharing his knowledge with us. We enjoyed a meal at Buddy's, a local hang-out on the beach. The food was delicious, and the cook worked hard to please. Then, a short drive away, Grum Ma's provided hands-on and audio-visuals of the Bahamian people, the evolution of Bahamian music, and the tradition of Junkanoo, similar to the Mardi Gras Indian tradition with roots connected to Carribean and African origins. I recommend this tour to anyone who is interested in the real Grand Bahama Island.

jajchez2

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2015

Excellent, excellent, excellent. This was a real taste of the Bahamas - not what you see from a cruise ship or resort. I learned more about the islands and their people in this short excursion than I did all week and got treated to the best home cooked Bahamian meal prepared by Chef Princess Diana. If you're looking for fancy this is not it - but if you're looking to see what lays behind the tourist spots - it's a must go.

Stanley G USA

4 star rating: Recommended October 2017

Our guide was very informative, polite made the morning very nice.. We learned a lot about the island its people and traditions. Lunch was prepared by local and was quite good.

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