3 V’s Scooter Rental & Guided Tours
Don’t just be a tourist, be a Scoot-tourist and get off your heels and on some wheels. Free pick up and drop off.
Drive your own scooter as you tour the most amazing island of The Bahamas. We put you in the driver’s seat and cater to the traveler who seeks a unique sightseeing experience and has an appreciation of scooter culture.
We offer a 3-hour unique guided scooter tour of Nassau, Bahamas. The tour highlights the western part of the island showing some of the historical sites such as Fort Charlotte, The Caves, Gambier Village and Clifton Heritage Park just to name a few.
Here are a few of the sites we'll visit
The Queen's Staircase
The Queen's Staircase, commonly referred to as the 66 steps, is a major landmark that is located in the Fort Fincastle Historic Complex in Nassau. It was hewn out of solid limestone rock by slaves between 1793 and 1794 and it is said that it provided a direct route from Fort Fincastle to Nassau City.
Fort Fincastle & Water Tower
This Fort was constructed of cut limestone c. 1793 and strategically placed atop Bennet's Hill to protect historic Nassau town and its harbour; it was built under the governorship of John Murray, also called Viscount Fincastle, in the shape of a paddle-wheel steamer.
Government House, located on a 10 acre estate, stands on Mount Fitzwilliam and is the official residence of the Governor General of The Bahamas. It dates back to 1801 and this imposing pink and white building on Duke Street is an excellent example of the mingling of Bahamian-British and American Colonial architecture.
In front of the building is the statue of Christopher Columbus. This statue was imported from London in 1830 by Governor James Carmichael Smythe in honour of Columbus' Landfall at San Salvador in 1492.
Graycliff Restaurant, Cigar & Chocolate Factory
The first Five-Star restaurant in the Caribbean, this AAA 4-diamond restaurant offers gourmet dining at its best mixing Bahamian specialties with European cuisine. Located in an historic 18th century mansion, Graycliff Restaurant welcomes patrons with a menu that is both tasteful and distinctive.
At Graycliff Chocolatier guests learn how to make their own chocolates under the tutelage of the master chocolatier or they can simply indulge in these delicious gourmet chocolates.
Visitors to The Graycliff Cigar Company, in addition to witnessing first-hand skilled torcedores at work, may also take a Cigar Rolling Lesson or a Cigar and Rum pairing session with our expert craftsmen.
National Art Gallery of The Bahamas
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), housed in Villa Doyle, is a non-profit, world-class museum that collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets historic and contemporary Bahamian art. The museum exists to educate, uplift and inspire all Bahamian people everywhere, and its curators have a passion for knowledge and a drive to push cultural boundaries.
Clifton Heritage National Park
At the Clifton Heritage National Park, you can find remnants of the historical and cultural legacy of three important groups that had an impact on the country: the Lucayans, the Loyalists and Africans. Managed by the Clifton Heritage Authority, Clifton Heritage Park was established in June 2004 to preserve this important area for the use and benefit of the people of The Bahamas, and the Park officially opened its doors in April 2009.
Western Esplanade & Fish Fry
Arawak Cay offers the authentic atmosphere of the Bahamian Fish Fry with vendors selling made to order conch salad, fried fish and other Bahamian dishes. Arawak Cay was artificially built from the sand when the harbor was dredged in 1969.