Best New Orleans Swamp Tours?
Whether you're visiting the area for the first time or you're a lifelong resident trying to see your community with fresh eyes, the best New Orleans swamp tours provide plenty of opportunities for adventure. Here are our top picks for our friends and neighbors.
The guides at Cajun Pride Swamp Tours bill themselves as "New Orleans' Best," and we can't help but agree. The tours take place in the Manchak Swamp, in a secluded wildlife refuge where privacy and prime views are all but guaranteed. These historical, ecological, and cultural tours are designed to "take you back to the early days of Louisiana bayou," and they shed a great deal of light on this often-neglected swampland. Tours run for an hour and a half, and they can even pick you up directly from most hotels in New Orleans, Kenner, and Metairie.New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours
If you're searching for a quieter, more eco-friendly New Orleans swamp tour, then the two-hour New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tour might just be the right choice for you. By offering swamp tours with kayaks, the experts of this tour service hope to get you up close and personal with the wildlife without disturbing their natural habitats or harming the delicate balance that sustains the swamp ecosystem. It really doesn't get any more intimate than this!Canoe and Trail Adventures
Looking for a more immersive experience? Canoe and Trail Adventures will allow you to experience the Louisiana swamp both on and off the water, and since these dedicated guides have been exploring the area for more than 45 years, they know exactly where to lead you over the tour's three-and-a-half hour duration. For an unforgettable adventure, check out the Twilight Paddle™ and Moonlight Paddle™ tour options.Explore New Orleans with the Leson Chevrolet Blog!
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