Discover Nassau Town and Atlantis

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Summary
Shore Excursion SizeStandard
Shore Excursion TypeCultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration2 Hours and 30 Minutes
Activity LevelEasy
Shore Excursion Leaves FromThe Cruise Pier. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage ProvidedNot Included
Recommended DressWe recommend wearing comfortable clothing and sensible flat-soled walking shoes. Sun glasses and sunshade are also suggested. Guests purchasing the Aquaventure pass will want to bring a swimsuit.
RestrictionsGuests must be able to navigate over paved, gravel and inclined pack dirt terrain. There are some steps at sites which are uneven. This tour accommodates collapsible wheelchairs with advance notice; however, guests must be able to climb steps and be able to board the bus unassisted. Infants under the age of 2 are welcome to join and are free (must sit on adult lap), no advance notice is needed.
Tour Details

Paradise Island & Atlantis Shore Excursion

Experience the best of Nassau on this interesting and exciting tour of the island, highlighted by a visit to the world-famous Atlantis Resort.

Your Nassau excursion starts when you meet your guide/driver at the pier and get into your air-conditioned vehicle. One of your stops will be at the historic Fort Fincastle, a small fort shaped like a paddle-wheel steamer. The fort was built to protect Nassau from invaders; luckily it never saw warfare. At the fort, you'll have time to explore, climb the Queen Victoria Staircase, do some light shopping on your own, and take all the photos you want.

After marveling at Fincastle, travel along Bay Street, the heart of Nassau's shopping district, and home to the native Straw Market. Some highlights of this excursion include views of the Government House (official residence of the Governor-General of the Bahamas since 1801), the Governor's Mansion, and Gregory's Arch. This stone arch was named after Governor John Gregory, who served around 1850. When you pass through the arch on Market Street, you'll also cross the line that divides downtown Nassau from the rest of the country.

Following this, you will travel to Paradise Island, an island connected to New Providence by two bridges that cross Nassau Harbour. Hog Island Lighthouse, constructed in 1817, is located at the western tip of the island and can be seen from the cruise port.

The highlight of Paradise Island is without a doubt, the world-famous Atlantis, a magnificent resort with over 3,000 hotel rooms, 20 restaurants, a wide variety of stores, a 123-acre water park, beautiful beaches and the largest casino in the Bahamas. The total cost to construct Atlantis was over $2 billion. Your tour will make a short stop at Atlantis, where you'll have free time to explore the amazing lobby, casino, or the shops. After your free time, you will be taken back to your ship.

Guests wishing to end their tour at Atlantis will need to arrange a taxi back to the ship pier at their own expense. There are many taxis available at Atlantis and the approximate cost of the ride to the ship pier is $5 US/person. It is up to the guest to make sure they are back to their ship before sailing time.

Shore Excursion Size
Standard
Shore Excursion Type
Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration
2 Hours and 30 Minutes
Activity Level
Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From
The Cruise Pier. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage Provided
Not Included
Recommended Dress
We recommend wearing comfortable clothing and sensible flat-soled walking shoes. Sun glasses and sunshade are also suggested. Guests purchasing the Aquaventure pass will want to bring a swimsuit.
Restrictions
Guests must be able to navigate over paved, gravel and inclined pack dirt terrain. There are some steps at sites which are uneven. This tour accommodates collapsible wheelchairs with advance notice; however, guests must be able to climb steps and be able to board the bus unassisted. Infants under the age of 2 are welcome to join and are free (must sit on adult lap), no advance notice is needed.
4.5 Stars4.6 / 5  |  256 ReviewsReview This Tour
Johnny Bahama!
March 18, 2020
Little rough in the beginning trying to find out where to go and meet the excursion but a very nice excursion. The driver/leader was very fun but also informative, well worth the time for those of us who don't snorkel or hike
Reviewer: SB Libson
5 Stars
Loved it!!
March 14, 2020
We had an absolutely great time! Our driver was the best!! I would definitely do it again!
Reviewer: Sue
5 Stars
Very enjoyable
March 10, 2020
We saved a lot of money booking this directly, rather than through Carnival. We had a great day, saw a lot of the island and learned a great deal from our driver. I would recommend.
Reviewer: MaryM
5 Stars
Great Excursion
March 04, 2020
Discover Nassau Town & Atlantis was a great tour for us. We were able to see the different neighborhood & historical landmark of Nassau without too much walking. Our driver was very friendly & very knowledgeable. He showed us the highlights & told us the history of the Island. If you only have a limited time in the island this will be a good tour to take.
Reviewer: Mila Baird
4 Stars
Excellent
March 01, 2020
This tour was very enjoyable. The Tour Guide "Frankie Bajama" was exceptional, very knowledgable, pleasant and informative. I would recommend this tour very much. We got to see a lot with details of the surroundings. Thanks.
Reviewer: Marion Peynado
5 Stars
Discover Nassau Town and Atlantis
February 27, 2020
The tour was a little late in starting, but it was a good experience. The bus took us around the city, with a few stops, and then we were dropped off at the Atlantis resort for about 30 minutes of self-exploration. We could not get access into all of the areas of Atlantis, but still got some good pictures. It was a good introduction to the port stop.
Reviewer: Clark
4 Stars