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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
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My wife and I booked this tour on the third day of our stay in the Bahamas and we are so glad we did!
Our tour guide, Mark, shared many cultural and historic insights during the tour and his love for the islands was clear...More
We love history and food and this tour did not disappoint. Now, Bahamian food is not my fav, but it was very interesting to sample and get the history of the culture. We went into the Cathedral and learned about the government and church, then...More
We found this tour on viator and tracked down their website to learn more. Once we saw the informational video on the website and read reviews about this tour, we knew we needed to do it! There were 4 of us total and we were...More
My friend and I had one day in Nassau so we decided to check out the culture and history. We had Captain Ron as our tour guide. We loved all the extra stories he added and the places he took us. There were 7 in...More
We met up with Capt. Ron at Christ Church Cathedral and got to spend a few minutes inside the gorgeous church before starting our tour. Capt. Ron was friendly, funny and informative. Our tour included delicious, authentic local food, interesting historical facts and beautiful scenery....More
Mark was our excellent guide to the food of the Bahamas, as well as his city and its culture. He related many interesting stories of his country and life there. We had a wonderful time with good tastes along the way! Would highly recommend this...More
I've been living in the Bahamas for 25years and you don't know the hidden treasures that's buried in Nassau. True Bahamian food tour will guide you to every stop from the food tasting, the information they give straight down to the bahama mamas!!!
I'm a Bahamian, I have lived within the Bahamas my entire life and even I too was amazed to take in the sites that Nassau has to offer, the food and the experience was excellent, I must say it time amd money well spent, I...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