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Afternoon Tropical Isle Visit and Sightseeing Cruise

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Highlights
  • Cruise along the New River during this Fort Lauderdale riverboat cruise
  • Stop at a tropical isle for stunning views you wouldn’t see from the shore
  • The boat (and the isle) offer snacks and beverages to purchase
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Afternoon Tropical Isle Visit and Sightseeing Cruise
From US$32.95
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Afternoon Tropical Isle Visit
From US$32.95
Overview
Designing your itinerary in Fort Lauderdale is easy with so many activities available from which to choose. This particular riverboat cruise is packed with sightseeing and only lasts a couple of hours, so you can sneak it in between other plans. And, with a stop at a tropical isle, you’ll definitely want to add this tour to your agenda.
What to Expect
Meet for this Fort Lauderdale cruise at the Bahia Mar Yachting Center. Boarding begins about 45 minutes before your actual departure time.
Your cruise sets sail on the New River. Pass by the mansions and yachts of Millionaire’s Row on your way to Jungle Queen Tropical Isle.
Once you arrive on the isle, keep a lookout for alligators and other Florida wildlife. There’s a concession stand, where you can buy snacks and drinks if you’re hungry.
After a short while on the isle, reboard your ship and return to Bahia Mar Yachting Center.
Reviews (326)
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Reviewed today via mobile
Jungle Queen afternoon cruise and isle visit

A very well planned and executed cruise down the new river. The commentary was excellent with the full participation of the host.The seat portion of the chairs need improvement as some of them were loose and one odd strip was broken, this could cause lower...More

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank 320kamaluppal
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Good trip

Nice boat trip around the intracoastal. We went this past Saturday and had a wonderful guide. Would def recommend the boat tour however the tropical isle is something I’d pass on next time. Just a few cages of birds and monkeys with a 10 min...More

Date of experience: April 2019
Thank shisha2011
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Jungle Queen Tour

The multimillion dollar homes and yacht tour was very nice. The island was a nice break with refreshments, animals and iguanas. Saw a 6ft orange Iguana, roaming freely. Very pleasant break.

Date of experience: March 2019
2  Thank DebbieJackson4
Jungle Q, Manager at Jungle Queen Riverboat, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Cruising with Jungle Queen is a #CoolAdventure! Lots of cool sights and cool animals to see along the way, and on our private isle. Glad you had a very nice time with Jungle Queen. Thank you for your feedback!

Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile
Enjoyed the boat not the isle

Our party of five took the sightseeing cruise that also stopped at the Tropical Isle. The cruise was fun. We enjoyed seeing the big homes and the boat was very pretty. The Isle was shady as heck. There was a number of caged animals nestled...More

8  Thank kcats4
Jungle Q, Manager at Jungle Queen Riverboat, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Glad that you enjoyed the cruise. The tropical isle is 4-1/2 acres with beautiful landscaping, a 4000 gallon Koi pond, an interesting history wall showing Jungle Queen since 1935 – Wow, a gift show, a concession stand with lots of yummy foods and beverages, numerous...More

Reviewed 8 March 2019
Wonderful trip!

We were not aware of all the canals (like Venice, Italy). Unbelievable homes and Yachts! Advise sitting on same side of boat for return trip, so you get to see the side you couldn't see on the way out! Wish there had been more narration...More

Date of experience: March 2019
2  Thank Southwinde
Jungle Q, Manager at Jungle Queen Riverboat, responded to this reviewResponded 11 March 2019

Thank you for sharing your feedback! There are so many #Waterways here in Ft. Lauderdale, which is why it is also known as #VeniceOfAmerica. We are glad that you enjoyed our private isle and the exciting alligator show. :) We do much more narration on...More

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harryp592
20 March 2019|
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Response from Bob S | Reviewed this property |
Don't know. We flew in stayed hotel and took a taxi and they are there to take you back. Cost great. There is a hotel next door to dock.
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Teressa57
4 March 2019|
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Response from Tracy B | Reviewed this property |
about 20 to 30 min drive
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