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Downtown Fort Lauderdale

The heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale is comprised of shopping, dining, waterfront parks, and cultural attractions -- the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Discovery & Science, Florida Grand Opera, Historic Second St., Old Fort Lauderdale Museum of History, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, and Stranahan House. All are along brick-lined Riverwalk, a meandering promenade that runs along the New River. The 22-block district includes chic Las Olas Blvd. and Las Olas Riverfront, the entertainment complex.

Ft. Lauderdale

Private and Group Tours Arranged
Water Taxi - waterfront tours of homes of the rich and famous
Hotel and restaurant transfers

PRIVATE LAND AND SEA TOUR Ft. Lauderdale (4 HRS) from $135.00 per person (Call for group prices)

See Ft. Lauderdale beachfront, passing the Bonnet House and along Las Olas before boarding our Riverboat to tour the New River which empties into the beautiful Intracoastal waterway. View the magnificent homes and yachts of the rich and famous. Not to be missed are the fabulous cruise ships.
On completion, we can transfer you to the airport, port or hotel.

If staying overnight, shop on Las Olas for lunch or dinner when staying overnight. Experience the landscaped beachfront promenade with its white wave wall and brick paved path. Across the street, visit Beachplace for casual fun, shopping, dining, and entertainment.

EVERGLADES TOUR (4 HRS) From: $95 ADULT - From: $75 CHILD (2 to 9 yrs.)
Includes airboat ride, show and admission (Rates based on departure location - Gratuity NOT included)

The Everglades is an amazing "River of Grass" set up by nature to purify our water supply and environment. You will see a rare collection of magnificent birds, reptiles, and flora above the water, in its own habitat of 1.5 million acres. It would take about a week to navigate the 100 mile wilderness waterway which winds through rivers, creeks, and bays on its way to Flamingo Bay. Its very existence, the majority of which is now under the guidance of man, has been under controversy since the 1970’s up to today. Join with us on an eco-tour of the Everglades and judge the situation for yourself.

An alligator is sure to raise his head early in the morning, and if we watch closely, we can see the flowers bloom just barely above the waters edge. We will explore a small portion it’s existence, and of course revel in its beauty.

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