Cruise along Fort Lauderdale’s historic New River and enjoy a delicious shrimp and barbecue dinner on this cruise. Board the Jungle Queen Riverboat and see the luxurious mansions and yachts along Millionaire’s Row, stretching from the Bahia Mar Yachting Center to the Intracoastal Waterway. The cruise travels to a tropical isle for an endless dinner offering barbecue ribs, chicken and shrimp with all the trimmings. Then experience a laugh-out-loud variety show to cap off an enjoyable and entertaining evening.
Jungle Queen Riverboat dinner cruise from Fort Lauderdale
The Jungle Queen riverboat cruise travels on the New River in Fort Lauderdale
All-you-can-eat dinner of BBQ ribs, chicken, and shrimp
This Fort Lauderdale sightseeing cruise departs from Bahia Mar Yachting Center. Arrive with ample time before departure to board the Jungle Queen Riverboat.
Cruise along the quiet waterways of the historic New River, past the luxurious mansions and yachts of Millionaire’s Row en route to the Jungle Queen Tropical Isle. Along the way, see downtown Fort Lauderdale, Port Everglades, the Intracoastal Waterway, and more.
While cruising, select from a variety of additional snacks and beverages (including beer and wine) from the onboard menu to purchase. Upon arrival at the tropical isle village, enjoy an endless dinner offering featuring barbecue ribs, chicken and shrimp with all the trimmings.
Then experience a hilarious, laugh-out-loud variety stage show to cap off an enjoyable and entertaining evening.
This cruise was really fun! You get to pick your own seats and you see amazing houses and a great view of the city while on the boat. The food was good at the island and the set-up was cute. The staff on board was really nice too. Just be sure to wear bug repellent because the mosquitoes got us pretty good while on the island! Totally worth it!
Bad service and food at dinner. It felt like they were feeding animals. You couldn't sit where you wanted to sit but wherever they told you to sit. if you asked for something the server would give you attitude.
Starting with the 1 hour river cruise. Was to long to be looking at houses with the Florida heat and humidity there was no no one fan in the open boat with 400 people in it. Arriving to the island to a dinner that felt like if they were feeding animals. The shrimp in bowls waiting at the bales also in the warm environment God knows for how long. I eat the dry BBQ ribs and did not eat anything else. Lost my apetite. The waitress was very rude, with the 2 questions I asked she had an attitude. The show wasn't bad, 3 comedians and a dance group.
I wouldn't do it again even if they pay me to go.
Went in mid June, luckily wasn't raining that evening. Cruise was nice both ways. BBQ was ok, not buffet, but they served as much as you could eat. Show was pretty lame; 4 acts not good at all. We had enjoyable evening overall.
We had a wonderful time on the boat as it cruised in the canals. The narrator was funny and informative. The island barbecue was delicious and the show was fun for everyone. Definitely would recommend this trip to all.
We had a great time while in a boat and on the island. The food was plentiful, yummy and many options. The captain made it entertaining and the kids loved the show. The island itself was beautiful. The only complaint is that I wish we had more time to explore the island before dark.
The history of the rich of Key West, the supper, the show, the drinks, the staff, the workers at the dinner were awesome. My only criticism was getting to the marina.Without the i-phone maps we would still be looking for it.