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Exuma Powerboat Adventure

Highlights
  • Explore some of the lesser-known Bahamian islands during this boat tour
  • Save money on drinks with an open bar on board
  • Feed endangered iguanas under the close supervision of a guide (optional)
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Exuma Powerboat Adventure
From US$245.28
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Exuma Powerboat Adventure
US$245.28
Overview
See more of the Bahamas on this all-inclusive powerboat adventure from Nassau. Meet and feed the iguanas at Allen's Cay, and snorkel and explore Ship Channel Cay, a private island in the Exuma chain where you can feed stingrays and sharks with your guide. No detail is overlooked: the tour includes a full lunch with freshly made Bahamian conch salad, an open bar, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
What to Expect

Your Bahamas boat tour starts with pickup from your Nassau hotel. From there, your guide takes you to the marina to board a powerboat for the day.

On the water, your guide takes you to Allen's Cay, where you can see endangered iguanas and feed them under supervision. Your second stop will be at the private Ship Channel Cay, where you can decide to spend time snorkeling (equipment provided) or strolling the shores. If you choose to snorkel out to the reef to see the fish, you can feed the local stingrays and sharks with your guide.

While on Ship Channel Cay, enjoy an open bar and a provided lunch, which includes dishes such as island grouper, salads, bread, tropical fruits, and grilled steak. Watch Bahamian conch salad get made, and then try it yourself.

Your Bahamas powerboat tour ends with a ride back to your Nassau hotel.

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Exuma private island excursion

Soo worth it. The boat ride to and from the private island is about an hour each way. Once we arrived we were greeted by the (very friendly) island keepers and served snacks. We fed the swimming pigs, sting rays, watched a shark show and...More

Thank Megan M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Best Excursion!

We had such a great time on this day trip! We fed wild iguanas, stingrays, swam with pigs, watched our guides feed and wrangle sharks only 10-20 feet off the shoreline, snorkeled, had a delightful buffet lunch and open bar, and watched our guides clean...More

Thank ambnr1
Reviewed 1 week ago
Best Excursion!

We booked this excursion at the Nassau Cruise Ship Port when we were site seeing and shopping. I wanted to see the iguanas, pigs and sharks. I was not disappointed. The island is well set up. You're treated with healthy finger foods and drinks. The...More

Thank Gina F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Jam packed, fun filled day!

Jam packed, fun filled, adventurous day!! Pros: Amazingly fun and attentive staff and crew. We loved Adrian! He made sure that we had a great time. Swimming with sharks was a bucket list item and he made sure that we got to encounter a few...More

1  Thank Kristin H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fun trip and a good value

My wife and I had a blast on this trip. The price was a good value compared to some of to the other Exuma excursions, which was the primary reason we picked Powerboat Adventures over other Exuma excursions. The iguana island was fun, and it...More

2  Thank mirthfuldragon
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Faye C
11 August 2018|
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Response from SMW619 | Reviewed this property |
There is a bar with a restroom on the island. The only time you are WITHOUT a restroom is when you’re on the boat (just over 1 hour boat ride).
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Jill G
28 July 2018|
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Response from littlechilds | Reviewed this property |
The have pigs on the island....about 4-5. They basically walk you to the end of the beach and release the pigs out of their pen. Everyone stands in the water in about 1ft of water, and you feed them for 10+ minutes. For... More
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Saman I
18 June 2018|
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Response from Mary T | Reviewed this property |
The tour starts with the their van picking you up at a hotel and then taking off at Margaritaville near Atlantis. We were on a cruise and it was easy to walk to the pick up point, but apparently they go around and pick... More
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