- Jungle Queen Riverboat Cruise
- Cruise the waterways of Fort Lauderdale's New River
- Watch for macaws, rare plants and birds, and alligators wrestling
- View the ever-changing scenery, including plush waterfront homes, downtown Fort Lauderdale and more
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We really enjoyed the tour! It was fun to see all of the beautiful homes and gorgeous yachts! I had never been to Fort Lauderdale before so it was interesting to see why it is called the Venice of America with the great water system!
The Jungle Queen trip was great. Really enjoyed it.
This tour was amazing!
very imformative about the new river' houses, waterways, and the little island we stopped at to see the allegator show. my sister and i actually held the 3 year old allegator and took lots of pictures very safe .it was so comfortable and fun.
This is a lovely 1.5 hr. cruise along the canals of Fort Lauderdale. Restroom facilities and snack bar licensed on board. Take an outside seat for taking pictures. Seats are first come first served so get there early. They recommend 45 min. before departure. It has 2 large covered decks and lots of seats. You'll be amazed by the million dollar homes and yachts along the canals as well as all the other sights. It also goes by the cruise port so you can snap a picture of the various large cruise ships. We had just disembarked from Allure of the Seas earlier on a 7 day Carribean cruise. Well worth the money and highly recommend. Two senior Canadians from Toronto, Ontario on first trip to Fort Laudedale who went on the Jungle Queen on Sunday March 6, 2016.
Wonderful views of Ft. Lauderdale and the beautiful yachts and homes.
Had a great time. Out of town guest also liked the tour. The guide is very knowledgeable.
The tour was most enjoyable.The staff was helpful and professional and everything was done on time.
We took friends from England on the tour with us and they were very impressed..
Very good guided tour. The weather didn't cooperate raining hard all day, but they made us feel comfortable and as dry as we could be. The alligator show was marginal, but OK...