- Discover Louisiana, and cruise by many of its landmarks and attractions in the comfort of a 13 passenger tour vehicle with a professional guide
- Visit two iconic Louisiana plantations, with one dating back to 1789 to Antebellum South, and another featuring a built-in mansion
- Enjoy exploring a local swamp by airboat, zipping through the water on a two-hour airboat adventure
- Get a chance to possibly hold a small gator, feed local catfish, or even get to see a nutria up close
- Half-day guided tour
- Two-hour airboat tour
Guests should bring glasses for eye protection. Children under the age of 5, pregnant women, and people with back or neck injuries may not attend for safety reasons. Lunch is not included, but snacks and drinks are available for purchase.
If you cancel more than 48 hours prior to your tour, you will receive a full refund. Should you cancel less than 48 hours prior to your tour, you will only be refunded 50% of your tour payment.
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