Clifton Heritage Park
Here you can find the remnants of the cultures of the Lucayans, the Loyalists and Africans. Choose from seeing the dry "sacred Space" beautiful statues overlooking the cliffs or snorkel the magnificent underwater statues.
A former Slave Plantation which pays homage to our ancestors. Visitor Welcome Center, Great House and Slave quarters ruins. Guided and unguided tours, snorkel equipment rental and some of the most amazing beaches to be found in New Providence. "Flipper Beach" "Jaws Beach" to name a few
This is one of our favorite spots in the area. Walk through historic sites that our ancestors carved out of limestone. Get lost in mesmerizing tranquil waters. Go on a day excursion and scuba dive to underwater statues.
“While in the Graycliff Area you will want to stop by and see the National Art Gallery ”
“John Watling’s Distillery 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 ”
Point of Interest
“Built for Queen Elizabeth. Bahamas was once under British Rule. They still practice British rule but are independent since 10 July 1973”
“It’s a private beach, but you can buy a pass for $5 at Compass Point Resort or you can go through Nirvana (a beach bar and grill)”