Heritage tours

Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of Clifton.

Discover the history and culture of Clifton. Explore a plantation where Africans slaves once lived and worked, visit the Banana Hole where Lucayans once held sacred ceremonies, see ruins from the Loyalist era.

AFRICAN . . .
heritage and culture explored

As you enter the African Slave Village you are immediately immersed in the history and culture of a bygone era. This first leg of your journey explores the lives of the Africans, both enslaved and free, that once made their homes on the plantation here. Learn about their lifestyle and the aspects of their culture that have been passed on to current generations.

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lucayan . . .
history brought to life

Hidden in the dense foliage of Clifton is one of its most unique natural features, the Banana Hole. It is here that you will learn about the Lucayans that once used this serene setting as a site for spiritual ceremonies. From the way they worshiped to the peaceful way they lived their lives, our tour guides will bring every fascinating detail about these gentle people to life.

Loyalist . . .
historical legacy discovered

The ruins of The Great House stand as a testimony to the architectural skill of the Loyalists that came to The Bahamas in the late 1700s. This is the perfect location to learn about this influential group of people and the many contributions they made to Bahamian society. Find out how they impacted the government and infrastructure of a country still in its formative years.

Guided Tour DELUXE

 

$60.00*

Tour Features

Guided Walking Tour

Visit to Slave Ruins

Visit to Loyalist Ruins

Visit to Lucayan Spiritual Site

Beach access

Includes

Park Entrance Fee

Guided Tour

Beach Access

Authentic Bahamian lunch

Transportation

What to Bring**

Comfortable Footwear

Sunscreen

Umbrella

*7.5% VAT. not included

**If you forget any of these, not to worry! You can purchase them in our GIFT SHOP.

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AFRICAN
heritage and culture explored

As you enter the African Slave Village you are immediately immersed in the history and culture of a bygone era. This first leg of your journey explores the lives of the Africans, both enslaved and free, that once made their homes on the plantation here. Learn about their lifestyle and the aspects of their culture that have been passed on to current generations.

lucayan
history brought to life

Hidden in the dense foliage of Clifton is one of its most unique natural features, the Banana Hole. It is here that you will learn about the Lucayans that once used this serene setting as a site for spiritual ceremonies. From the way they worshiped to the peaceful way they lived their lives, our tour guides will bring every fascinating detail about these gentle people to life.

Loyalist
historical legacy discovered

The ruins of The Great House stand as a testimony to the architectural skill of the Loyalists that came to The Bahamas in the late 1700s. This is the perfect location to learn about this influential group of people and the many contributions they made to Bahamian society. Find out how they impacted the government and infrastructure of a country still in its formative years.