You Can Cruise & Party On This Floating Tiki Bar Boat In Arizona
Seas the day.
There are so many beautiful places to visit in Arizona that finding the perfect vacation spot can be challenging. From the beautiful mountain views up North to the exclusive spa getaways in the city, we don't know where to start! This fall you can enjoy the beautiful weather and relax at the lake on this floating tiki bar in Arizona.
Cruisin' Tikis Havasu is a new tiki cruise in Lake Havasu, Arizona. It offers you a variety of cruises from private to public boat rides on the Bridgewater Channel and Thompson Bay. This tiki-tastic bar ride is available year-round and is perfect for sunset rides, romantic evenings and more! You can surprise your BFF with a weekend of cruising on Lake Havasu in style.
The London Bridge public ride is for groups of two to six people and tickets start at $49.95 for 90-minutes of tiki bar cruising. The bar is exclusively BYOB and you can even bring food and snacks on the ride with you.
During your ride, you'll cruise on the Bridgewater Channel, Crazy Horse shoreline, and Thompson Bay. You can also stop the cruise anytime and cool off for a swim, or just sit and enjoy the views while enjoying your favorite boozy drink.
If you want a more intimate ride you can opt for the private cruise. The price ranges between $275-$400 depending on what time during the day you want to go.
The boat will cruise on the water at 4-6 mph and will even operate when it's raining, only if weather isn't severe. Make sure your phone is charged because there's even a Bluetooth sound system onboard for you to jam along to.
Cruisin Tikis Lake Havasu
Price: Public Crusie $49.95-69.95 or Private Crusie $275-$400
Location: 70 London Bridge Road, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Why you should go: You can cruise and party at this lake in style. It's perfect for a fun-filled day or romantic evening.
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