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A Taste of Texas & the Two-Step will bring out the cowboy and cowgirl in you! Travelers will enjoy the authentic cuisine of the region, explore wineries and take in the many dance halls and historic sites of Texas. Combine this trip with "A Southern Story" and continue on to New Orleans. 2018 Departure Dates: April 6 May 4 September 7 October 12
A Southern Story highlights the sounds, history and cuisine of the deep south. We travel from New Orleans to Birmingham, Alabama and get a behind-the-scenes look into what makes this region culturally and historically rich. Explore New Orleans cuisine and idiosyncrasies, the origin of American music in Memphis, Nashville and Muscle Shoals, and the importance of the Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham. 2018 Departure Dates: April 13 May 11 September 14 October 19
Join the leader of one of New Orleans' best-known bands for a behind-the-scenes musical experience in the Big Easy. You'll venture to three different jazz clubs in the French Quarter and be treated to premier seats while your host plays during live shows. Meet local band members and sip a cocktail at each venue during this 3-hour VIP tour.
This is a six-hour chauffeured and historian guided tour to plantation country. Pick which plantations you would like to see and tour while relaxing on the beautiful ride down River Road, home to "America's Castles." The plantations of the landed gentry of the old antebellum south. Your historian tour guide will ensure you have a comprehensive knowledge of the culture that existed in the South at the time these homes were built. You won't just be touring a house, you will be touring a lost era of American History.
Venture into the heart of Honey Island Swamp, considered one of the wildest swamps in America. This 2-hour privately narrated nature tour with a professional wetland ecologist takes you aboard a shaded flat-bottom boat, custom-built to accommodate up to 14 passengers. Departing from the West Pearl River in Slidell, your guide points out mossy cypress trees and plenty of Cajun critters in the wildlife preserve. Round-trip transport is provided from your New Orleans hotel.
See the best of New Orleans in two fun-filled days with this hotel and sightseeing combo. Use the included Jazzy Pass and New Orleans Power Pass to travel around the city by public transport and visit top attractions like the Audubon Zoo independently. Also included are admission to Mardi Gras World, included in your Power Pass and a departure transfer on your last day. Your accommodation at a 4-star hotel near the French Quarter provides the ideal base to explore Bourbon Street and the charming lanes that surround it.
A three-hour private city tour of the many beautiful historic districts in and around New Orleans. This tour has both a chauffeur and historian tour guide whom can customize the tour to fit your specific interests whether it be music, history, architecture, horticulture, or all of the above.
Meet your local guide in Pearl River, LA where he will take you on a two-hour tour through a variety of ecosystems. The small flatboat has been customized with comfortable seating and can navigate into areas the other tour boats can't reach. Ask your guide all the questions you want and have a more personalized tour. Get an authentic and educational experience, and see alligators, exotic birds, turtles, snakes and more. Private tour with a maximum of 6 passengers per booking.
Visit the home of Tennessee Williams and Hotel Monteleone's carousel on this guided, 2-hour walking tour celebrating the gay heritage of New Orleans. Enjoy stops at a variety of local bars, like Hermes Bar and Napoleon House, to refill a to-go cup on this private tour. Walk around the French Quarter and gain insight from the guide's commentary along the way.
This private historical walking tour of the French Quarter commemorates the Battle of New Orleans, when Andrew Jackson led a motley crew to victory against British invasion. Stroll through the Vieux Carre as a native guide (and long-time resident of the French Quarter) recounts Louisiana's transition from a colony to a state. You'll visit a Creole cottage, tour a 19th century townhouse, visit the Calaboose where pirates were held, Jackson Square, Madame John's Legacy, Antoine's Restaurant, and much more!
From Truman to Tennessee and Faulkner to Hemingway, many of the giants of American and Southern literature came to New Orleans, one way or the other! The Hotel Monteleone, one of several accredited Literary Landmarks in the Vieux Carre, is our departure point. The tour meanders past others such as the Napoleon House, the Upper Pontalba, the Faulkner House, the Williams House and the Beauregard-Keyes Mansion, ending at Antoine's Restaurant two hours later.
This is a two-hour leisurely stroll through the French Quarter with your own Private Historian Tour Guide. Visit bars frequented by such historic figures as Ernest Hemingway, J.D. Rockefeller, Mark Twain, and many others. Sample the prohibition era cocktails invented at many of these old 'speakeasy bars.'
This is a 2+ hour walking tour where your Voodoo Historian will bring you to real Voodoo Temples, old Catholic churches, and ancient haunted cemeteries containing the tombs of infamous Voodoo Queens. This is one of the most popular tours in the city and since yours is private, you will get special access to speak to some of the Voodoo priest and priestesses if you dare!
This is a walking tour, followed by lunch. The tour focuses on the homes, architecture and culture in the Garden District and the historical background for its development. In addition to the neighborhood, we visit the Lafayette Cemetery #1 and explain the customs for burials in New Orleans. The walking portion takes between 1.5-2 hours. After the walking segment we finish with lunch at Commander's Palace (proper attire required).
Learn how to fly a plane in New Orleans on an exhilarating 50-minute flying lesson that includes sights of the mighty Mississippi River, the historical French Quarter and Mercedes-Benz Superdome! The must-do experience includes 20 minutes of on-ground tuition, followed by 30 minutes in the air under the watchful eye of the pilot - an instructor certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Help control the plane during takeoff and landing, and enjoy your airborne time to take control and maneuver the plane through the skies! No license or prior experience is necessary.
Welcome to the Private French Quarter Pub Crawl History Tour, where you grab a to-go-cup and sip on New Orleans' history in an intimate small-group setting. All tours are personally conducted by the tour company's owner, Ashton Rogers. Highlights include Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, Madame John's Legacy, the Old Ursulines Convent, and the Lalaurie Mansion.
Enjoy New Orleans' Garden District at its finest with a private local tour guide. On the Private Garden District Walking Tour, we will explore Lafayette Cemetery #1 as well as learn about many of the grandiose 1800s mansions throughout the area. The Garden District is one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in America, and we will have a fun, relaxing, and engaging stroll through the streets as we immerse ourselves in the history and architecture of the historic district.
From William Faulkner to Tennessee Williams, author of A Streetcar Named Desire, famous authors loved to frequent the French Quarter and many lived here as well! See their homes and hangouts while your guide tells you eccentric stories of their lives! The tour will take you on a literary adventure through the French Quarter with stops along the way for samplings of aphrodisiacs.
Private Luxury transportation to or from your hotel to the MSY Airport. You have flexibility to customize your itinerary to your needs.
Private Luxury transportation to or from your hotel to the MSY Airport. You have flexibility to customize your itinerary to your needs.
Indulge in a luxurious evening in New Orleans on the Steamboat Natchez -- authentic steampowered paddle-wheel steamboat still operating today on the Mississippi River -- with this Viator Exclusive. After being welcomed aboard with a Champagne cocktail, go on a private boat and engine room tour led by the first mate. Then settle into your reserved seat in the dining room and listen to live jazz as you savor a buffet dinner full of local favorites. If your looking for a little more, upgrade your your cruise to include an open bar option for the entire duration. Don't miss this opportunity to cruise through New Orleans in style on an exclusive Viator tour that can't be booked anywhere else!
See the bright lights of New Orleans at night on a 45- or 60-minute sightseeing flight! While listening to commentary from the pilot, relax in a small sightseeing plane that seats a maximum of four passengers. Gaze down at illuminated city attractions such as the Port of New Orleans, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Mississippi River and more, and admire nighttime views of the French Quarter. If there is a sight that you particularly want to see, simply let the pilot know! The itinerary is flexible and can be tailored to the sights that the group want to see.
Combine aerial views of New Orleans with Champagne and chocolates or with wine and cheese on this romantic VIP sightseeing flight! The 45-minute flight includes one full bottle of Champagne with chocolates or a full bottle of wine with artisan cheese. Glide above the French Quarter and Central Business District, and see top New Orleans attractions such as Mercedes-Benz Superdome and the bayous around Mississippi River. If there's something that you would like to see instead, simply let the pilot know; the route is flexible and can be tailored to your preference. With a maximum of three passengers permitted, this is a great outing for couples or friends alike.
Get a true insider's view of New Orleans' Mardi Gras with Viator exclusive access to a viewing stand during one of the celebration's parades on Mardi Gras Day. A raised grandstand from the crowded streets gives you an opportunity to watch the parade with great views. Snap pictures as you enjoy the wild side of Mardi Gras as it passes by. Plus, get access to portable restrooms for your convenience.
Go beyond New Orleans to tour two grand Louisiana plantations on the banks of the Mississippi River. Watch guides in period costume bring to life the history of Oak Alley Plantation, named after a double row of live oaks planted nearly 300 years ago. Then tour the Creole Laura Plantation with its sweeping sugarcane fields and historically significant slave quarters. Admire several other plantations on the Great River Road from afar, and learn their unique stories. This small-group tour allows a limited number of people to ensure a more personalized attention from your guide.
Once your cruise has returned to New Orleans, take a journey back in time to the Antebellum South with a tour of two separate plantations -- Oak Alley Plantation and Laura Plantation.Your first stop is at Oak Alley, which has been called the "Grande Dame of the Great River Road". Next, travel to Laura Plantation, a historic sugar plantation built in 1805 displaying a different and unique culture.
Get a taste of antebellum Louisiana on this morning or afternoon half-day tour from New Orleans to two of the finest plantations on the Mississippi River: San Francisco Plantation and Houmas House Plantation and Gardens. Learn about the pre-Civil War history of these sights from your guide as you walk under spectacular oak canopies, admire the well-preserved mansions and tour former slave quarters. Limited to 13 people, this small-group tour ensures a personalized experience.
An airboat tour through Louisiana's famous swamps is the perfect way to experience the untamed side of New Orleans. Aboard a small airboat, explore marshes and travel deep into secluded bayous as you cruise up to 45 mph (72 kph)! Enjoy the lush scenery, watch for wildlife, and hear entertaining stories and facts from your guide on your roughly 2-hour airboat ride. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Soar above New Orleans on a 30-, 45- or 60-minute sightseeing flight, and enjoy aerial views of the southern city's showstopping sights! While aboard the small sightseeing plane, listen to city tales from the pilot and look out over famous New Orleans neighborhoods such as the French Quarter. The itinerary can be tailored to the sights that the group want to see, but typically flights include views of the impressive Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Port of New Orleans and Mississippi River.
On this full-day tour, you'll be driven to the Oak Alley Plantation House, then see the Cajuns of the bayou living and surviving in harmony with the swamps. Located about an hour and a half outside the city of New Orleans, Oak Alley is one of the most magnificent plantation tours because of the 28, evenly spaced, huge Oak Trees that go from the river road to the Plantation House. Experience bayou living where here, the waterways are their highways. From the relaxed comfort of our covered New Orleans Swamp Tour Boats, you will drift slowly past a 2000 year old Indian Burial Mound, a Cajun cemetery and Fishing village! You may see the wildlife that made the Barataria Swamps the Crown Jewel of the Louisiana Purchase.
Enjoy the flexibility of combining the Swamp and Bayou Tour and the Oak Alley Plantation Tour and SAVE! Travel across the Mississippi by coach for a boat trip deep into the Louisiana bayou and experience a bygone era at At Oak Alley Plantation. Important Note: Tours must be taken on different days. At checkout, select the date of your Swamp and Bayou Tour and then fill in the date you want to take the Oak Alley Plantation Tour in the special requirements box.
Explore the rich culinary history of New Orleans on a tour that combines a cooking class with a French Quarter cocktail tour. First, learn about the basics of Louisiana cuisine from a professional chef during an entertaining demonstration, then sample classics such as jambalaya, gumbo, and pralines. Afterward, admire the architecture of the French Quarter as you stroll through the neighborhood, stopping in historic bars to sip the Big Easy's most celebrated cocktails. You'll discover the flavors and culture of New Orleans during this fun and informative tour!
Experience the other Swamp Tour in New Orleans. This destination is only 35 minutes from New Orleans yet a world apart. Hold onto your hat! This New Orleans airboat tour is a high speed adventure that is part tour and part ride. This boat has a maximum of six passengers to ensure a small, personal and uncrowded experience.
Experience Creole cuisine and Zydeco, Bourbon Street and Delta blues, Mardi Gras and the mighty Mississippi. With Power Pass, New Orleans is yours for the taking. It is the key to instant admission to top attractions and saves you time and money too!
Tour both Oak Alley and Laura Plantation during one trip. This day trip from New Orleans is perfect for the traveler looking to see two pieces of history in the same day with the convenience of hotel pickup from their downtown New Orleans accommodation.
This tour is a combination plantation tour of Oak Alley Plantation and Laura Plantation. Pickup will between 10:30am and 11am return to your hotel around 6pm.
Discover New Orleans' heritage and the beauty of its period homes during this historical tour. Ride along the city's stately streets, passing jewels of architectural styles in the French Quarter, Bayou St John and Garden District, and enjoy guided walking tours of St Louis Cemetery #3 and the Longue Vue House and Gardens -- a Classical Greek Revival mansion filled with artifacts spanning the breadth of its history. This small-group tour with a maximum of 13 people ensures a more personalized experience.
This 3-hour, small-group, walking food tour will introduce you to the intoxicating joie de vivre that it is to experience New Orleans, like a local, in the the Irish Channel. Join the local guide for an afternoon of seafood, culture, and history. New Orleanians are deeply in love with the quirky and historical neighborhoods lived in, and the interesting and delicious foods that have come to call the city home. New Orleans has always been kind to foreigners and immigrants, and, as a result, has benefited from all the wonderful things that they've brought here over the centuries.
A private swamp tour is the best way to explore and appreciate the history and landscape of southern Louisiana. This two and a half hour tour explores over 28 square miles of terrain with many different types of wild life such as alligators and migratory birds from South America. This tour takes you out to private swamp land . Pick up locations can be anywhere with in the city of New Orleans and there is a pick up fee per person that is not included in the price of the ticket. For the most authentic experience possible, the tour guides are locals and they are knowledgeable in the rich history of the area. Make sure to ask them about the 2,000 year old Indian burial grounds that are nearby.
Interested in finding out more about the local beer scene in New Orleans? It is an exciting time as the number of breweries in the city continues to grow with more currently in development. Join in on a journey through the best beers and breweries available on this Northshore Brewery Tour. All tours feature three stops and include samples at each stop. Stops will vary by day and include Abita, Covington, Chafunkta, and Old Rail.
Experience the thrill of riding a 16-passenger airboat on a 2-hour New Orleans swamp tour, with informative narration provided by the captain. See alligators and other wildlife in their natural habitat during the adrenaline-fueled ride. This family-friendly tour includes the convenience of hotel transport from downtown hotels.
Enjoy a personalized small group experience on this swamp tour just 35 minutes outside of New Orleans. This airboat has a maximum of six or nine passengers giving you plenty of room to admire the views of the Louisiana marshlands from all angles.
Take a thrilling airboat ride through the wetlands near New Orleans and plenty of alligators on this active, family-friendly tour. Travel over bayous and open waterways around the colorful, historic fishing village of Jean Lafitte, named after a 19th-century smuggler. Spy alligators in the wild -- as well as raccoons, native birds and large river rodents called nutria -- as your native guide provides commentary. Your 4-hour tour includes round-trip transport from New Orleans and 1.5 hours on the boat. This tour is an easy way to get out and experience the rich natural landscape around New Orleans. The airboat holds 15-27 passengers.
Get ready to explore the only swamp tour that operates on Private Property. You will cover more ground than anyone in New Orleans spanning over 28 square miles of terrain. This is the best way to experience Southern Louisiana's wetlands just like the locals do. This is a family owned and operated company so their focus is on the experience truly southern hospitality with the only company that offers 2-3 hour tours.With only local captains ,a very sincerer and intimate tour. All we do is private 2-3 hour tours
Discover two of New Orleans' most fascinating features - ghosts and gators - on a 2-in-1 combo excursion that brings together two of the city's top tours. Spend the day aboard an airboat exploring Louisiana swamps and spotting resident alligators. Later set out on an evening ghost tour of the French Quarter, keeping an eye out for ghouls, goblins, and vampires while your guide fills you in on the city's spine-tingling history. You'll even get to enter one of New Orleans' known haunted locations.
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