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John Watling's Distillery home to JOHN WATLING'S rum and RED TURTLE vodka, the "Spirit of The Bahamas" offers complimentary tours at its home, the Buena Vista Estate, in Downtown Nassau. The historic Estate, founded in 1789 and overlooking the...more
Certificate of Excellence
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Buena Vista Estate | 17 Delancy Street, Nassau 00000, New Providence Island
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We found this place by accident. We were not part of a tour group and were out for a walk in Nassau. This is a must see for anyone visiting and interested in local history and rum. We were welcomed from the minute we walked...More
We stopped here as part of a tourm. Had been wanting to go since i first discovered it. The tour started out with the history of the island it was very interesting and well done. Then the rum was next it was done well also...More
This is a must do in Nassau - we had a spare day before getting on a liveaboard dive boat - we wondered up the hill to the distillery from town, and the building is really nice. We were greeted with a pina colada -...More
Full of not just rum and vodka but also history, this beautiful old estate is worth a visit even if you don’t drink. We got a guided tour (recommend) after a sampling of their delicious Pina Colada’s. No charge but tips were def appreciated. We...More
I love the grounds. The distillery is in a historic building. The building is very well taken care of. The tour is very informative. It is a story tour. It starts with a free sample of a Pina Coladas . They sell the Pina Caladas...More
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Not sure when it would be unsafe, you walk by at least a couple of historic churches up the hill to the distillery and seems like a nice area. We saw a number of people walking in that area, and it is not so far from the... More
Not sure when it would be unsafe, you walk by at least a couple of historic churches up the hill to the distillery and seems like a nice area. We saw a number of people walking in that area, and it is not so far from the main street. I think it would be fine any time during the daylight hours.