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OUR FAVORITE  TOURS

Pontoon Swamp Tour - Cajun Encounters

$59 (with pickup included) or $32 (self transportation)
“Take a New Orleans swamp tour of the famous Honey Island Swamp by Cajun Encounters. You’ll glide through gator territory on a small, flat-bottomed boat and hear all about the swamp and its natural inhabitants from our local, expert captains. We offer pickup services from many French Quarter hotels and visitor centers for your comfort and convenience. We have found the top experts in the field to give you an authentic tour of one of America’s most unique ecosystems. Many of our captains have lived on the water for most of their lives and have earned field degrees to give you the best experience possible.”

More information: https://www.cajunencounters.com/tours/swamp-tour-new-orleans/

Airboat Swamp Tour  - Louisiana Swamp Tours

Pricing varies on the amount of passengers and pick up. Visit their website for more information.
Fly through the swamps just a half an hour away from the city. See unique wildlife and wetlands that make this area so magical.

https://louisianaswamp.com/new-orleans-tours/airboat-swamp-tours/

Lost Lands Kayak Tours

“Our goal is to create a tour experience unlike any other, showcasing the beauty and wonder of the Louisiana wetlands, as well as the catastrophic man-made damage that is ravaging the Louisiana landscape. Tours typically begin in New Orleans with an educational session about environmental issues affecting coastal Louisiana. Afterwards kayakers caravan to the closest remaining cypress tupelo swamp 45 minutes west of the city.  Motorboat tours are in the marshlands southwest of the city. Advance scheduling is recommended for both, especially motor boat tours. Our tours are great for journalists, scientists, nature enthusiasts, and other people interested in learning about the environment. We are an ecologically-responsible company and don’t feed wildlife.”

Email tours@lostlandstours.org  or call 504-858-7575 to schedule

https://lostlandstours.org/our-tours/

Sightseeing New Orleans Bus Tour

Hop On - Hop Off

$39/adult

“City Sightseeing New Orleans is the most entertaining, informative, and fun City Tour you can find that offers transportation approximately every 30 minutes on an exhilarating open-top, double-decker bus! HOP-ON! and in a single 1-hour 30-minute loop, experience a complete City Tour -- 3 centuries of history, architecture, and culture narrated live in English by your very own Tour Host – see the Garden District, French Quarter, and CBD. HOP-OFF! at any stop along the way and explore New Orleans most popular neighborhoods, attractions, and shopping districts – or – take advantage of our Guided Walking Tours in the Garden District, included in the 2-Tour Package or sold separately.

See the city at your own pace, the next bus is less than 30 minutes away.”

More Information: https://www.citysightseeingneworleans.com/

Jam NOLA

$29/adult
“JAMNOLA stands for Joy, Art & Music – New Orleans. JAMNOLA is New Orleans’ first experiential pop-up that takes audiences of all ages on a topsy-turvy stroll through the cultural gems that make the city so special. Enjoy 12 exhibits celebrating the iconic art, music, food and theatrics of New Orleans through the eyes of 20+ local artists and creative partners.”

More Information: https://jamnola.com/

Cocktail Tour

$27 (drinks and tips not included)

Daily at 6pm (takes around 2 hours)

“You’ll discover what makes New Orleans a place where history and entertainment are one in the same.

Take a step back to the olden days by experiencing the unique cocktail culture of the people of New Orleans while learning a little about both kinds of spirits!”

More information: https://www.neworleanslegendarywalkingtours.com/

French Quarter and Cemetery Tour

$27/adult

10am & 1pm

“Walk the historic streets of the French Quarter, one of the most unique and historic cultural epicenters of the country. In the company of our expert guides. We’ll take you back in time through 300 years of history, and bring to life the most surprising and fascinating stories that led to the present-day New Orleans we know and love.

More information: https://www.neworleanslegendarywalkingtours.com/