Island Buggy Tours

Get off your heels and get into some wheels.  Rev up your island exploring with a buggy rental. This is the real expression of going topless…..

There truly isn’t a better way to experience the island than on an adventure where you are in complete control…. Zipping around Nassau in your own personal buggy is definitely an awesome experience.

You will be picked up from your hotel or cruise ship and transported to the rental office where you will complete the documents and given a 15 minute lesson on operation of the buggy and the road regulations for the island.

Visit the historic forts of Nassau that were erected to protect against pirates invasions, the world famous Arawak Cay with the authentic atmosphere of the Bahamian "Fish Fry"  where you’ll find an array of seafood dishes like fried fish, conch fritters and other Bahamian specialties.

Why not grab lunch then drive out to a beach and have a picnic on the sand, there are so many little spots to choose from.  You are free to explore the island at your own pace on this self guided tour…

Places worth visiting on your adventure around the island

The Straw Market                             

The country’s authentically “made in The Bahamas” market where Handbags, Baskets, & Home Décor are made by hand with plaited straw.  

Fort Charlotte & Fort Montague     

Erected in 1789 & 1741 to prevent the French and Spanish invasion of British controlled Nassau, this is a must see… if only to find out which one has never fired a single shot.

The Cloisters (Paradise Island)     

Brought to The Bahamas, stone by stone these remnants of a 14th century French Monastery that was once owned by Newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst and Huntington Hartford, the first developer of Paradise Island, are reminiscent of the Gardens of Versailles with columns and arches that are made of marble and stand majestically above a hill overlooking Nassau Harbour.

Pompey Museum                           

Named after a slave by the name of Pompey, this historic venue was originally built in 1769, and served as a marketplace for the auction of slaves and other goods. In 1992 the existing building was restored and commissioned as a museum that now houses artifacts that tell the story of slavery in The Bahamas.

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What You'll Like about this Tour

Open Air Dune Buggy - 2 models (can accommodate 2 people or 4 people)
Self guided; explore at your own pace
1/2 day, Full & Overnight Rentals Available
Pick Up & Drop off Locations

What you should know…

Maximum per buggy is 2 persons (dual buggy) or 4 Persons ( quad buggy)
Persons must be 18 years or older and a legal holder of a driver’s license.
Persons must have no physical disabilities

The Bahamas follows the UK styled driving – The driving is on the LEFT not RIGHT

What’s included…

Rental for 2 persons (dual) or 4 Persons (quad)
Pick up from Hotel or Cruise Ship
1 full tank of Gas and Insurance Coverage for duration of tour
No charge Drop off Location (other than office)

What’s not included…

Gas Refills
Food or Drinks
Any service not included in the contract

What to Bring

Valid Driver’s License.
Prescription glasses or contacts if needed for driving
Swimsuits, Sun block , Sunglasses
Money for purchases.


Persons under 18 must be accompanied by an adult
Minimum Age is 4 years, Maximum Age is 60 years
Not suitable for pregnant woman
Not suitable for persons with heart conditions or respiratory problems
Persons should consider their overall health when choosing tours that include swimming, snorkeling, or diving.
A signed waiver is required for each person on the tour

48 Hours minimum advance booking required

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