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A private airboat experience for small groups and is well-suited for bachelor or bachelorette parties. Experience a very personal trip which is half ride and half tour with a local guide. Enough seating will be provided for your group to be together. As a private tour experience, passengers are allowed adult beverages on your vehicle and on the private airboat tour. You will arrive at the swamp tour dock and board the comfortable 16-passenger airboat with your experienced captain. You will get up close and personal with gators and more. Guests spend an unforgettable 1 hour and 40 minutes on the water as they party in the swamps of Louisiana.
Maximize your time in New Orleans with a private full-day tour tour made for you! Kick off 3 hour city tour with highlights of the Big Easy. City Tour includes a cemetery and stop in city park. You will have enough time for a 1 hour lunch at a local seafood restaurant. Then you will spend 2 hours at the oldest recorded plantation, Destrehan Plantation. Best of all, your private tour includes hotel pick-up and transport by air-conditioned vehicle.
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.
This is an unforgettable experience. Enjoy a private airboat experience for up to 6 passengers on a high speed airboat. You will have chauffeured ground transportation in a SUV, Limo or Black Executive Van, depending on size of your group. You driver will arrive at your door step for a 4 hour experience. Your driver will supply chilled sodas and bottle water for your trip.Travel about 35 to 45 minutes to the swamp tour dock, where your captain will await your arrival. Get about 15 to 20 minutes at the dock to use the restroom, go to the souvenir shop and enjoy the ambiance of the bayous. Spend an unforgettable 1 hour 40 minutes on the water with your licensed USCG captain. You will get gators up close, real close. Return back to the dock where your driver will be awaiting your return to deliver you back to your pick up location. Get a complimentary bottle of champagne on the air boat as part of your experience. Choose from one of four departure times when you book.
If you're looking for a limousine bus experience that includes unlimited stops and unlimited pick-up locations, this is the package for you. This 6-hour private limousine bus will make stops at several well-known spots like Pat O'Brien's bar, Lafitte's blacksmith bar, and The Carousal bar. Water and soda chilled on ice, along with complementary beer, will all be provided on the bus. All guests must be at least 21 years old.
Visit antebellum plantations along the Mississippi River and glimpse into the grace, grandeur and tragedy of early southern history on this six to eight hour tour from New Orleans. Gain an understanding of the socioeconomic and cultural factors that gave rise to slavery and why it become such a powerful institution throughout the south. Learn how industries such as oil, cotton, sugar, lumber, indigo and citrus allowed New Orleans to flourish into the city it is today and why it was such an important trading center before the outbreak of the Civil War.
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.
The winter carnival is a delight for outdoor enthusiasts with the ice sculptures, cross country skiing, ice-skating, and party atmosphere. Throughout the old city, you'll find parades and activities similar to Mardi Gras in New Orleans. There are food stands selling Quebec foods and "Caribou" the drink of the carnival. Perhaps you will want to go cross-country skiing, take a toboggan ride, enjoy the ice sculptures, or have a snowball fight. You might want to take a tour of Parliament, or wander the shops of the old city. Optional excursions for snow rafting or a day of skiing. Visit St. Ann de Beaupre and Montmorency Falls and tour part of the city for those interested in sightseeing.
Enjoy a 4-day tour to Quebec, a city for all seasons - summer, winter, spring or fall. The charm of the walled "Old City" beckons with its cobblestone streets and historic landmarks. Take a tour of Parliament or wander the shops of the old city. Enjoy a city tour of old Quebec and visit the Isle de Orleans for a little wine tasting.
This is a two segment tour. The morning consists of a walking tour of the French Quarter and focuses on the movies made there. The afternoon segment is a driving tour focusing on movies made outside of the French Quarter. In both segments, visits will be made to discuss the movie plots, actors, back stories and making of local movies. Each segment is about about three hours long and there is usually a stop for lunch between segments at haunts frequented by movie stars.
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.
Combine the ultimate tour of New Orleans with a morning walking tour of the French Quarter followed by an afternoon driving tour of areas outside the city center. This six-hour, private guided tour will walk you through 1.5 miles of the best known landmarks of the famous French Quarter, then explore surrounding areas by car to give you a comprehensive overview of the people, places, and history that define the city today. Stop for an optional lunch between the three hour segments at a favorite local restaurant.
Explore New Orleans and the effect hurricane Katrina has played on the city's recent development on this 3 hour, private driving tour in New Orleans. Drive more than 50 miles around the city while learning about the people, places, and history that comprise one of the most diverse cities in North America. Hear how the storm affected New Orleans and what's being done to mitigate similar disasters in the future while developing a whole new outlook on the place and the people who live there.
Cover more ground the easy way with this 2-3 hour driving tour of New Orleans, private for you and your party of up to 8 people. Explore historic neighborhoods and learn the history of the region. Hear about the effects of Hurricane Katrina and ongoing recovery efforts throughout the city. Hotel pickup and drop-off, transport by private minivan/minibus, and local guide are included.
Discover the best of New Orleans on this private, 3-hour city tour. Ride in a luxury sedan or SUV with a professional chauffeur and tour historian. See famous New Orleans neighborhoods like the French Quarter, the Ninth Ward, the Garden District, City Park, Saint Louis Cemetery, and much more up close and personal, at any pace desired. New Orleans hotel pickup and drop-off included.
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. Our 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. Avoid the crowds and the companies that feed the wildlife. Get an authentic and educational experience, and see alligators, exotic birds, turtles, snakes and more.
Face the high-octane thrills of a professional race car driver on this 2.5-hour supercar adventure in New Orleans. Get behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Huracan LP610 or the insanely smooth-handling Ferrari 458 Italia and set out on a 1.8-mile (2.9 km) track at the world famous NOLA Motorsports Park. Push yourself to the limit while driving a high-speed vehicles or ride shotgun with your own professional instructor. Height, weight, and age restrictions apply.
Get insights into the history of New Orleans during this private 2-hour walking tour. Travel through time, from the city's founding by the French, through its period under Spanish control, then briefly back to French rule before being acquired by the United States in the Louisiana Purchase.
Explore the French Quarter on this 3 hour walking tour in New Orleans. Wander 1.5 miles of quaint, brightly colored streets in the city's best known neighborhood with a local guide who focuses on the people, places, and historic events that comprise the city's unique culture. Discover New Orleans through open discussion and engagement while learning what makes the French Quarter special with the help of an expert, friendly local.
Experience the best of New Orleans on this 3-hour private walking food and history tour of the French Quarter. Learn colorful history from an expert guide while stopping for bites at famous eateries. Try new foods in a social setting and investigate the best of what city has to offer.
Learn about the women who shaped New Orleans's architectural and cultural history on this three hour walking tour. Explore 1 1/2 miles of the famous French Quarter while a local, expert guide details the amazing stories of the influential women who preserved, advocated for, and fought for the modern city of today.
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.
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.
Experience southeast Louisiana in the most exciting way possible by shooting full auto machine guns and seeing some gators. First stop is New Orleans premier shooting range where you will shoot an assault rifle and hand guns, next stop is an airboat ride in Jean Lafitte Swamp, home of some of the finest alligators the bayou has to offer.
A grand mélange presentation of Cajun and Creole cultures starting with a boat tour of the cypress swamps. Enjoy a traditional lunch at one of the oldest Plantations in the south, Oak Alley Plantation, followed by a guided tour of this grand mansion. Later in the afternoon visit Laura, a Creole Plantation and her historic slave quarters surrounded by sugar cane fields. The small-group atmosphere with maximum 13 people ensures a more personal experience.
Oak Alley, single plantation, plus 6-passenger airboat swamp tour.
After your cruise has docked at the Port of New Orleans, set out on an exhilarating two-hour airboat ride deep into secluded bayous in Cajun Country. You will see all sorts of wildlife on your journey -- alligators, giant catfish and nutrias. Continue your adventure of the deep south as you make a trip to Destrehan Plantation for a glimpse into the historic past of New Orleans.
New Orleans has survived plagues, invasion, hurricanes, and managed to develop into a culture whose roots go far deeper than the Reformation or the settling of Jamestown. But, like everyone else, we lost more than a few of our people along the way. It's how we coped (and continue to do so) that's so extraordinary. Not your ordinary tour, it is designed for the discriminating and curious traveler who seeks to go beyond the humdrum into an understanding of our remarkable culture.
Experience the darker side of New Orleans on a 2-hour scandals and mysteries walking tour. Explore the historic French Quarter before or after dark, and hear original stories delivered by one of the "Vieux Carré's" most gifted raconteurs.
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.
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.
Get ready for an exhilarating two-hour airboat ride deep into secluded bayous in Cajun Country. You will see all sorts of wildlife on your journey - alligators, giant catfish and nutrias. Then, continue onto Destrehan Plantation for a glimpse into the historic past of New Orleans. The small-group atmosphere with maximum 13 people ensures a more personal experience.
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!
Experience two types of New Orleans day trip in one excursion with this 6-hour trip including Destrehan Plantation and a 6-passenger airboat swamp tour.
Oak Alley, single plantation, plus 16 passenger air-boat swamp tour.
Eat your way around New Orleans' culinary hotspots on a 4-hour food tour, led by a food-loving local guide! Showcasing the much-loved eateries around St Charles Avenue and the Garden District, the tour includes at least four food stops plus trivia aplenty about the city's gastronomic heritage. Sample belt-busting staples such as a pork belly slider as well as seductively sweet candy and more; it's the perfect way to discover New Orleans institutions plus places that only locals seem to know. Numbers are limited to 14 on this small-group food tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.
Enjoy a small-group 6-hour tour to Laura and Oak Alley plantations in Vacherie, Louisiana on a day trip from New Orleans. Experience a unique contrast between plantations only miles apart that were operating in the same time period. Start with the beautifully restored classic Creole manor of Laura Plantation, followed by the grandeur that is the Greek Revival mansion of Oak Alley Plantation. Transportation is provided in a luxury executive class van for up to 13 people.
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.
Experience two great New Orleans day trips in one with this 6-hour trip including Destrehan Plantation and an airboat swamp tour. Visit the oldest documented plantation in the lower Mississippi Valley followed by an exciting ride in a 16-passenger airboat.
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