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Historical Heritage Tour

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Min Age : 12+
Max People : 100
Tour Details

This tour will take you on an authentic journey into the heart of The Bahama’s historical and cultural heritage.

When you arrive at Clifton National Heritage Park, you will be greeted by the ruins of Whylly Plantation, dating back to the 18th century, this national park was once part of an unsuccessful plantation that the British took to managing after their defeat at the war of independence in the United States. You will be able to see the ruins of the buildings where the slaves lived and the house from where everything was administered, this is also found in these lands that were inhabited by the first humans originating from the islands, Los Lucayanos; they are a branch of the Tainos and were the first to have contact with Christopher Columbus upon his arrival in this part of the world!

Price Includes

  • Transportation to and from the hotel/accommodation
  • Lunch
What to Expect
  • Sit back and enjoy a scenic bus ride and narrated mini tour of Nassau’s historical, cultural and modern parts as the Clifton shuttle bus heads to the park.
  • Enjoy a Bahamian lunch
  • An additional beautiful sandy public beach is available next to the park.
  • Use of beach chairs and picnic tables.
  • Bus transportation
  • Unguided walking access to the cultural and natural aspects of the park (206 acres).
  • Bird watching opportunities.
  • Use of dressing rooms and bathrooms.