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We had a great tour, and our guide was wonderful. We learned a lot about the island from him, and we had time to explore when we made the scheduled stops. We recommend this tour!
Lots of fun.
we waited for 90 minutes for this tour to get underway, we waited in the hot blistering sun . Then the bus that we were crammed on didn't have air-conditioning . When we got to the fort they made us pay to get up in this dinky fort. There was a con artist at the top of it that pretended to take you on a tour of this 25 ft diameter fort and wanted tip money for his time. What a rip off. Do yourself a favor and just take a 4 taxi to Atlantis and skip the tour.
This tour was so-so, and the only reason I'm rating it on the lower end of the scale is because there were unfortunately more bad things than good about this tour.
Our tour guide, Richard pronounced Ree-SHARD was great. He was friendly and knowledgeable and kept our tour on-time. The mini-bus was air-conditioned and comfortable, so that was nice. We drove by as many of the 'interesting' things as we could in Nassau, and the 30-minutes free time at the top of the Queen's Staircase was pleasant, to visit the fort, shop, and look at the staircase. Driving around the 'city' and seeing the other various colorful buildings and hearing about the history of the island was nice.
We waited a long time for the tour to start, because we had to wait for guests from the cruise ship that apparently never showed up. Would've been nice to start closer to on-time, but oh well. Unfortunately, there just aren't that many interesting things to see in Nassau/on New Providence Island - so the tour just wasn't all that exciting sorry!. I was excited for the latter part of the tour, to visit Paradise Island and the enormous Atlantis resort, as I knew there wouldn't be any other opportunity on my visit to Nassau. What a disappointment that was! Beware that you only have 30 minutes at that stop, and that's not enough time to do ANYTHING. Granted, they put Atlantis at the end of the tour, so you can choose to stay longer if you want getting a taxi back to the cruise ship port or your hotel is at your own expense, but literally the only thing you can do for free at Atlantis is walk into the casino and walk around the lobby of the resort. There are guards everywhere who stop you if you want to go anywhere interesting, and you can only go through if you've purchased a day-pass for the activities or are a guest of the resort. So, this part of the tour, IMO, was a total waste of time.
It was not easy finding the tour after we got off the ship. She should have had a sign. We had to ask four or five people where to find her. The guide on the tour was hard to understand.
It was raining so not so nice did not tell us to bring passport
The most awful experience I and #39;ve ever had entire my life. No office, no tour guy, even no sign. Nothing. Nobody came to take me from terminal. Strongly not recommended...
Tour bus did not stop at Cake factory to make purchases nor to zoo to see Bahama's national bird flamingo.
Terrible, avoid, they left us stranded at Altantic Resort, had to spend again to get a taxi to come back to ship.
Bus driver do not know where to take us keeps going round and round from Atlantic resort to Castle.
Out of 3 hour tour time you spend 1 hour before being seated in a bus.
Not worth a penny this trip
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