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Charter you own Floating Tiki Tour at Lake George

Glide leisurely along the shoreline, stop at a local establishment, fish or have a party – you decide how to spend your time

1-800-691-0770
3 Montcalm St.
Lake George, NY 12845
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Experience the beauty of Lake George in a new way – on a covered, 12-passenger floating Tiki barge. Glide leisurely along the shoreline, stop at a local establishment, fish or have a party – you decide how to spend your time.


Tours are approximately 60 minutes or 90 minutes and are led by New York State certified captains. Currently, Tiki Tours has three barges and there are a private bathroom facilities on board.
 

Guests are welcome to bring food and drinks – the tiki barge has a cooler, cups and ice on board. Children ages 12 and younger are required to wear a life jacket and well-behaved dogs are welcome.
 
 
Pet Friendly
 
 
 
 
 

Lake George, NY

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