Guided Segway safari across beautiful Blue Lagoon Island
Scenic boat ride from Paradise Island over turquoise waters
Professional guides who ensure you learn quickly & have fun
Panoramic views of the island & sparkling Caribbean Sea
Sweeping views from the historic Tower & a skills challenge
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided Segway tour of Blue Lagoon Island
Buffet lunch with fruit punch, iced tea, or lemonade
Return boat ride from Paradise Island to Blue Lagoon Island
Transport to and from your hotel
Know Before You Book
Children 11 and younger are not allowed.
Children 12–17 years must be accompanied by a paying adult.
You must weigh between 100 and 250 pounds (45–113 kg).
If you are pregnant, may not take part.
If you have back, neck, joint, or muscular problems, you should carefully consider whether to participate.
You must have good circulation and healthy, unblocked breathing.
You must be able to climb and descend stairs.
The activity is not wheelchair accessible.
Check-in is 30 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
What you can expect
Glide peacefully along smooth pathways and golden beaches on an easy-to-operate Segway during this guided tour. Set off on a safari tour of Blue Lagoon Island on one of these 2-wheeled vehicles, taking in the gorgeous sights and sounds that make this Bahamian cay so special.
Start your adventure with a relaxing boat ride from Nassau Harbour to Blue Lagoon Island, where friendly guides give a brief orientation that covers basic Segway operation and safety procedures. Once you're familiar with the equipment, hop on your Segway and cruise along pathways and beaches, discovering various hidden pockets of Blue Lagoon Island.
Your guides keep the adventure interesting from beginning to end, ensuring you have fun while learning all about the island's history. Hear about the folklore, flora and fauna, and diverse marine life that make the Caribbean such a memorable place to visit. Stop for a delicious lunch, with plenty of island scenery surround you from every angle.
Make your way to the island's historic tower, an old lookout structure with magnificent views of sparkling blue ocean. If you want, try a skills challenge course on the secluded Northeast Beach before your adventure ends with a boat ride back to Paradise Island.