New Orleans, LA Sightseeing Tours & Cruises

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While staying in The Big Easy, discover an all new adventure in New Orleans, Louisiana with sightseeing tours you can book online today for an unforgettable activity. Tours like the Cemetery & Gris Gris Walking Tour and the French Quarter Walking Tour will take guests through centuries of Louisiana history and natural beauty.

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Hop On/Hop Off New Orleans Double Decker Tour
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The Hop OnHop Off Double Decker tour in New Orleans has become know as one of the best package deals in New Orleans. Experience 300 years of history and vibrant culture by either going on the 2 hour tour with a full narrative of the history of New Orleans or you can simply visit the places that peek your interest on your own, with the ability to board and disembark the double decker tour bus at your leisure. Tour buses arrive like clockwork at each of their pick up spots every thirty minutes, taking the pressure off finding parking or navigating helplessly threw the city.
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2 Hour VIP City Tour
The Two-Hour VIP City Tour is a fantastic way to see all of New Orleans, Louisiana. Guests who select this tour will go onboard an air-conditioned charter bus; there will be many stops along the way on this two-hour tour. Guests will have the opportunity to visit the French Quarter and the 9th Ward. It is home to the many who were displaced when Hurricane Katrina came through town. There will also be an opportunity to see where the levy broke during the hurricane. The tour guide will explain to guests how far the city has come since Katrina; also, the tour guide will let guests know what the city is doing to try and prevent another catastrophe like that of Katrina.
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Airboat with Cajun Bayou Airboat Swamp Tour
The Cajun Bayou is a boat ride through the bayou and cypress swamp where you will learn about Cajun history with our narrated tour. Our guides will tell you stories about Cajun people and events. You will see catfish, pelicans, alligators, bald eagles, and native plants as the boat cruises at different speeds through the swamps on this 1.5 hour tour. Our airboats fit 6-13 passengers for the tour. Only ages 6 and older are allowed on this tour. Snack and drinks are available on the tour. Hotel pickup and drop off are available to the boat ride and returning in downtown and French Quarter hotels.
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On the Cajun Lady with the Cajun Pride Swamp Boat Tour
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The Cajun Pride Swamp Boat Tour is a boat tour along the Louisiana swamplands. The journey takes guests through the swamplands of the area in Louisiana known as the Bayou. It is a handicapped accessible tour. Guests can expect to see much wildlife in their natural habitat; the tour boat, the Cajun Pride, will set sail approximately twenty-five miles outside of New Orleans City limits. Guests can anticipate the alligators and other wildlife to approach the Cajun Pride as it sails through the swamp; this is because the wildlife is used to the Cajun Pride boat. They think of it as part of their habitat. There will be a knowledgable guide onboard; the guide will offer commentary throughout the tour.
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Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour
The Cemetery & Voodoo Walking Tour is a two hour guided tour. The tour begins at the Gray Line ticket office in the French Quarter, where a climate controlled shuttle takes guests to the St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. The cemetery is the legendary "City of the Dead". It is where the famous Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau is buried. Tour guides will teach about the Legend of Laveau, the evolution of Voodoo, the above ground burial system in New Orleans, and what gris-gris is. The shuttle will also drive by Louis Armstrong Park, previously Beauregard Square. The tour is great for all ages and is handicap accessible. Comfortable shoes are suggested, and cameras are allowed.
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In the Swamp on the Destrehan Plantation & Airboat Swamp Half Day Tour
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If you're looking for a way for your family and yourself to explore the best parts of Louisiana, look no further than the Half Day swamp tour and airboat ride offered at Destrehan Plantation. Starting at ages 6 and up, Destrehan Plantation offers a fun and innovative experience exploring the 1787 plantation mansion, the slave quarters, the indigo and sugar cane fields as well as learning the history of the plantation. After the tour of the grounds you’ll be taken to have a ride on the high speed airboat, it accommodates six to thirteen people as they tour threw Louisiana’s swamplands. You’ll have the chance to witness animals like alligators, bald eagles, catfish, birds or turtles in their natural environments.
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Double Plantation Tour
If you are big on tours and are planning a trip to New Orleans, you might want to consider the Double Plantation Tour. This tour is an amazing tour that offers you a full 7 hour tour, all fully narrated and offers a motor coach ride throughout two of the largest historic plantations in this area. This type of tour is in fact appropriate for all ages, which makes it great for family trips. The plantations that you will be visiting during this tour are the Whitney Plantation, the Oak Alley Plantation and the Laura Plantation. A great thing about this tour is that you can actually customize your tour and choose two out of three different plantations that they are offering to tour you around.
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French Quarter Walking Tour
The French Quarter Walking Tour has been named as the best sightseeing tour New Orleans has to offer. In America’s most mysterious city you’ll be able to view the wonderful architecture at Saint Louis Cathedral, where you’ll receive free admission, as well as many other wonderful spots such as the Beauregard-Keyes House, the French Market, Jackson Square, Old Ursuline Convent, and Pharmacy Museum. You can also go and take a trip through the past as you tour through the courtyards, streets, and alleyways of the French Quarter. This is a wonderful adventure and opportunity you don’t want to miss out on.
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Garden District Walking Tour
Slow down the pace a bit and enjoy an afternoon walking about the Garden District. Prior to the tour, you are given a headset, so not a word that the guide speaks is missed. Enjoy soaking up all the beauty, while making a stop at Anne Rice's house, where the guide will tell stories and provide interesting information. Another stop on the tour is the Lafayette Cemetery, and here you will learn about how the unique way New Orleans buries their loved ones above ground, and also see the home that Jefferson Davies resided in until his death. A shuttle bus will take tourists to and from the District Gardens.
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Entrance on the Grand Tour with 2 Plantations & Airboat Swamp Tour
The Grand Tour with Two Plantations and Airboat Swamp Tour will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana. Guests will have a fascinating experience as they tour the two plantations; these plantations are the Laura Plantation and the Oak Alley Plantation. Guests will be amazed at the rich history found in both tours. The day will last approximately nine hours. Guests who are five years and younger and pregnant women will not be permitted to board the airboat; it is not considered safe for these guests. The tour is wheelchair accessible. Guests should not forget something to record the moments on; both video or still photography is acceptable. When taking this tour, guests will become knowledgable on the slavery and history of the plantations.
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