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Fort Lauderdale, Florida

The City of Fort Lauderdale boasts more than seven miles of sparkling beaches that offer residents and visitors premier opportunities for recreation, relaxation and enjoyment. Fort Lauderdale’s award-winning wavewall and signature beachfront promenade highlight city’s world-famous coastline, which is highlighted by an array of shops, restaurants, sidewalk cafes and entertainment venues. 

Visitors can enjoy the beach, as well as attend live theater performance, and world-class shopping on Las Olas Boulevard.  The Water Taxi  is more than just a boat ride.  Captain and crew provide a narrated excursion, including historical information and fun and interesting facts regarding the numerous mansions and mega yachts which line the "Venice of America."  The Water Taxi makes ten (10) stops so that passengers can get off and enjoy the attractions at the given location and get back on later in the day. 

Travelers with special needs will find the City of Ft. Lauderdale extremely accessible!  To find out about accessibility at events, parks, playgrounds, and pools click here.

Special Needs Group is pleased to service to those visiting Ft. Lauderdale by providing mobility equipment, oxygen needs, and special needs equipment for hotel/resort pick-up and delivery at the start and/or close of your trip.  For more information, please call us at 800-513-4515.

Credit:  FortLauderdale.Gov


Special Needs Group (SNG) is the leading global provider of mobility, oxygen, and other special needs equipment rentals for travelers.  SNG is dedicated to serving the mobility challenged, mature, and special needs market segments.  Recommended by the major cruise lines for superior service and value, we also deliver to hotels, and resorts.  SNG is dedicated to fulfilling the requirements for persons who want to travel, but may require special needs equipment.  We make travel easy, comfortable, and convenient.  Our trained agents provided service last year worldwide to 215 metropolitan areas in 68 countries. 


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