DivaDuck Amphibious Tours has provided a one-of-a-kind way to experience the best of Palm Beach Island and West Palm Beach, by land and by sea. It’s a bus and a boat! We offer unique sightseeing tours on a modern Hydra-Terra amphibious vessel, allowing you to see the city in a new and fun way. Cruise the calm and protected waters of the Intracoastal Waterway while viewing the beautiful mansions of Palm Beach’s rich and famous, then take a land tour past historic sites around the city. Each tour is fully narrated by an experienced and engaging tour guide who is excited to show you the city.
Our daily tours are a great activity to for an outing with friends, kids and grandkids, and they’re also a great way to see the city if you’re new in town. In addition to daily 75-minute tours, we also offer charter tours, private parties, wedding parties, birthdays, company outings and more. Whether you’re a tourist in our city or have lived here for years, DivaDuck Amphibious Tours is a unique and exciting way to experience West Palm Beach.
Currently, tours include an extended water tour of Palm Beach, Singer and Peanut Islands due to boat ramp repair work being at Currie Park. We will go back to our traditional 75 minute when the city’s boat ramp at Currie Park is operational.
Established in 2002, DivaDuck Amphibious Tours has been providing a fun and exciting alternative to traditional city tours for 16 years. Our modern Hydra-Terra tour bus is also a boat, allowing you to visit all of the best sites in West Palm Beach and Palm Beach Island by land and by sea. From beautiful oceanside mansions to historic sites on Palm Beach like the Breakers Hotel and Flagler Museum , you won’t find a cooler way to experience the beautiful area of the Rich and Famous. Our fun and knowledgeable tour guides will keep you entertained while you cruise past some fantastic sites. Our Captains are all US Coast Guard Licensed Masters and the vessel is a modern Hydra Terra that is filled with a US Coast Guard approved flotation foam. After testing proved it, the manufacturer is free to proclaim it to be unsinkable. The captains and office crew use a weather radar app before and even during tours to insure we never venture out with severe weather approaching.
Construction on Rosemary Ave began on November 1. You can still access our two parking garages, but there is a better route than coming up Rosemary. If you are coming in Okeechobee Blvd from I-95, you will take the Okeechobee Exit and turn East on Okeechobee toward downtown West Palm Beach. After going East about a mile, turn left (north) on Sapodilla Ave. After traveling about a block on Sapodilla, take the first right, which is Hibiscus Street. Once you are on Hibiscus, start looking on your left and you will notice the first opportunity to turn left is an alley that leads to a parking garage. Turn left down that alley and you will see a parking garage on your left. After parking, walk back out to Hibiscus and walk half a block east to our ticket booth at the corner of Hibiscus and Rosemary.
If you prefer to park in the garage by Panera Bread, you can access it by turning West onto Hibiscus off of Quadrille Blvd.
Our booth is still at the corner of Hibiscus and Rosemary, although due to the road work, it is now on the opposite corner next to the Duck.