Zip by boat from beach to shops to restaurants, and everywhere in between, with six stops along Fort Lauderdale’s famous interior rivers and canals.
Tour the 1901 waterfront home of Frank Stranahan, a businessman and community leader whose land donations formed the basis of modern Fort Lauderdale.
Feeling sporty? Race over to Brian Piccolo Park’s tennis courts, baseball fields, world-class skate park, and very unique biking velodrome.
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Billie Swamp Safari—You can spend all day at Billie Swamp Safari if you take advantage of all they have to offer. As you enter the gift shop you can purchase tickets at
Park and Go is where you park your car for "The Discovery Cruise". We got there at 630 am on Thursday Nov. 4, 2010. Cruise parking is in a special section of the lot. A
Las Olas Blvd. is a beautifully landscaped area in Ft. Lauderdale that is chock full of boutiques and restaurants. We walked it on a Tuesday morning as the restaurants
This was great fun, cruising down the New River and seeing Millionaire's Row, and then going down the Intracoastal Waterway into Port Everglades.
The captain pointed out
I have been on a lot of charters. My family typically does at least one on every vacation that we take. Hats off to the mates, they were very friendly. As far as
The cruise through the canals of Ft. Lauderdale was great. The tour guide gave a really informative and entertaining presentation. The meal was good and the kids loved
If you're looking for a budget vacation or you just want to enjoy the natural habitat in Fort Lauderdale, the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is the place to go. Fishing,