Often missed by many, The Caves will be included in your itinerary. it was here that the Lucayan Indians found safe haven from weather, heat, pirates, and the Spanish - which depended on when. This interesting stop will give depth to the history of the island as will your visit to Gambier. Gambier Historical Village was one of the oldest villages in New Providence, dating back to the early 1800s. It is located nine miles west of Nassau and was established by liberated Africans after the abolition of the slave trade in all British Territories in 1807. Some of those Africans left an indelible stamp on the village's unique and intriguing history. Most notable was Elijah Morris who lead the largest slave revolt in the United States history in 1841.
Finally, full of history, you will arrive at Nirvana Beach for a little swim and snorkeling. Plenty of time for your beach snorkel before redirecting your attention to lunch, which is part of your excursion. Heading back towards town, you arrive at the oldest known Bahamian owned restaurants for a luscious local lunch with a beverage.
Departures: 09:00 AM, 09:30 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - Snorkel gear is not included but can be rented at the park for $10.00.
- Lunch is choice of chicken or fish with peas and rice, macaroni and plantain. Sample of Conch fritters as appetizer and a homemade lemonade.
- This is considered a moderate activity.
- Please dress comfortably. Wear your swimsuit under your clothes. Bring a towel and an extra tee shirt.
- Bring some sunscreen, a hat, perhaps a bottle of water.