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Hakuna Matata River Cruise

Hakuna Matata River Cruise


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(618) 786-7678
lat: 38.9688612 long: -90.4381695

Come to Grafton Harbor and experience their all encompassing Hakuna Matata river cruise. Cruise down the Illinois river in this all-weather, 53′ foot, 49 passenger tour boat and see the wonders that the Illinois river has in store. Perhaps you would also like to take pictures or family photos to show to your friends back home? Well the upper  deck is a huge open air patio offering a full 360 degree view of the river, bluffs, islands, and historical points along the river, giving you ample opportunity to take some memorable pictures. The cruise not only contains seating for your view pleasure, but a Tiki Bar where you can buy drinks and snacks to make your trip ever the more comfortable and stylish.

The Hakuna Matata boat tour is also available to rent for private parties, such as weddings, bachelorette/bachelor parties, graduation parties, retirement celebrations, and whatever else you would like to celebrate.

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