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About John Watlings

This is the home to JOHN WATLING’S Rum, the “Spirit of The Bahamas” – It is where its namesake rum and other spirits are handcrafted by Bahamian hands, using local materials and employing traditional English rum-making methods.

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About Bahamian Cookin’

Nassau’s oldest Bahamian Restaurant,specializing in authentic Bahamian Cuisine.Owned and operated by three generations of Bahamian women, this local establishment has been providing Bahamians and tourists with flavorful Bahamian Cuisine for over 29 years.

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About Junkanoo Museum

The Junkanoo museum represents a taste of the festive and colourful Bahamian culture. There are many awesome Junkanoo costumes and photos which tell the story of past Junkanoo parades. The vibrant exhibits capture the art of Junkanoo costuming and music. Enjoy the gorgeous mosaic floors and ceilings. It is absolutely breath taking!

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About The Caves

The caves here were once used by indigenous Bahamians as housing and storm shelters—by settlers for religious services and as a source of nutrients for crops.The caves was also used by The Lucayans, former residents who lived on The Islands of The Bahamas from around the 10th Century to the arrival of Christopher Columbus

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About Tasty Teas

Bahamian owned facility that produces 11 signature tea blends and a bevy of tropical juices and iced teas. Guests will learn and sample different flavors of the tea and juices.

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