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Fort Lauderdale Jungle Queen
You’re in Fort Lauderdale and, of course, you want to see all there is to see. You can just about do that with this convenient combination of “must sees” in Fort Lauderdale.
You’ll take a sightseeing cruise, have an all-you-can-eat dinner with live entertainment and see botanical gardens and a wildlife sanctuary. If that sounds like a lot of fun that’s because it is!
You’ll go on a fully narrated sightseeing cruise down the historic New River, Fort Lauderdale’s “Venice of America.” You’ll see Millionaires Row with homes of the rich and famous. Your guide can tell you who lives where. You’ll see spectacular mega yachts. Your guide will point out landmarks and tell you about them as well as giving you some local history.
Enjoy seeing the cityscape of Fort Lauderdale from the water as you cruise your way to Jungle Island. It’s a tropical island and you’ll see parrots, monkeys, peacocks, lemurs and exotic birds. Get your picture taken holding a bird or a baby alligator.
You’ll enjoy an all-you-can-eat dinner of barbecued ribs and chicken, shrimp, potatoes, cole slaw and all the fixings. There will be live entertainment during dinner, an alligator show and a comedy/variety show after dinner. This is a great experience for families and would also make a great date.
The Jungle Cruise started in 1935 and has entertained over 18 million guests. It is the longest continuously running variety show in the United States.
Flamingo Gardens in Fort Lauderdale
Flamingo Gardens is 60 acres of paradise in the tropics. Their Botanical Gardens has over 3,000 species of rare and exotic, tropical, subtropical and native plants. The Arboratum has the largest collection of towering Florida Champion Trees.
The flowering plants and shrubs attract a variety of butterflies and hummingbirds. There is a Children’s Garden with plants kids can touch and smell.
The Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the largest collection of native Florida wildlife. You’ll see panthers, alligators, eagles, bears, otters, bobcats, peacocks, flamingos and more.
The restored Wray Home Museum is the oldest residence in this part of Broward County. Tour it and get a glimpse of what life was like in South Florida in the 1930s.
Cruise & Flamingo Gardens Fort Lauderdale Coupon
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