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Tru Bahamian Food Tours offers unique and innovative local culinary experiences to visitors of The Bahamas in a safe, sustainable, and environmentally responsible manner. Our mission is to connect visitors with authentic local food items, the...more
All reviews captain ron our tour guide great tour greek salad the conch chowder food stops highly recommend this tour local cuisine food tasting experience nassau bahamian history rum cake wealth of knowledge an excellent guide booked this tour three hours peas
My husband and I were on a cruise to the Bahamas and since we have visited Nassau many times, we were looking for something less touristy and more authentic than the tours offered by the cruise line. I can't say enough good things about this...More
We really enjoyed our afternoon with Captain Ron! We did the tour when our cruise ship was in Nassau and it was so nice to get off the main drag and all of the duty-free shops and get a sense of the "real" city. Capt...More
We had the best time on our eating and cultural tour. We learned quite a bit about the history of Nassau. We loved all the restaurants that we visited. Bahamian (kitchen) Cooking, Greyclift was amazing and beautiful, we had a great Bahama Mama. And, the...More
Great tour, I must say. Love all of it. What's the best is to put history and food together. History is history, but food has food and habit that links to history. Interesting conch and Nassau dishes. Educational and fun. Highly recommended!!
Took this tour with my wife, son and daughter in law on our cruise ship stop in Nassau on November 19, 2018. This tour was OUTSTANDING. Captain Ron made our 4 hours fun and educational. We really got a great sample of the food and...More
We really enjoyed the tour. Definitely worth the time and money. Will was a great guide and shared a lot about Bahama culture and history. We only regretted that we didn’t do this earlier in our stay. We did it the last day of our...More
Yes, there is a bathroom on the speedboat itself. There is no bathroom on the islands where you will feed iguanas, swim with nurse sharks or feed the pigs but there is a bathroom at Staniel Cay stop where lunch is.
Response from alanna r | Property representative |
Thanks very much for your question about how far the food tour's ending point is from John Watling's Distillery. We end at Tortuga Rum Cake Factory on North Frederick Street, which is steps away in opposite... More
Thanks very much for your question about how far the food tour's ending point is from John Watling's Distillery. We end at Tortuga Rum Cake Factory on North Frederick Street, which is steps away in opposite directions to Bay Street or Prince George's Wharf (cruise ship port).
The walk in the direction of John Watling's Distillery, located on Delancey Street, is approximately 1km or a 10-13 minute walk.
We hope this helps!
Anna & The TBFT Team