City, Museums / Culture, Shore Excursion, Youth and Family
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children are cheerfully accepted. Booster seats must be provided by parents.
Our vehicles are not ADA certified but we will accommodate visitors with mobility limitations if possible. Rigid wheelchairs will not fit in our vehicles. Please discuss any limitations or necessary mobility equipment with us before booking.
Maximum travelers: 4
Citywide Driving Tour Focusing on Hurricane Katrina
Tour New Orleans while focusing on the events of Hurricane Katrina. We'll talk about why it happened, what happened and what we have done about it to make the region safer.
You'll hear a story not told by the national media and be provided a first-hand look and detailed explanation of recovery efforts.
We'll discuss what is being done to defend against another storm like Katrina. You'll hear a story of both tragedy and hope, while being given insights to the political, economic and social battles that continue to this day.
The tour begins at your hotel. Starting times are either 9am or 2pm.
The trip will cover about 50 miles within the city limits and visit neighborhoods affected by the storm such as the Ninth Ward, the Esplanade ridge, City Park, the Lakefront; the 17th Street Canal, Mid-City, Carrollton, the University Section and the Garden District.
Tours lasts approximately 3 hours, with a break at the midpoint. The tour ends at your hotel.
The actual length of the tour depends on weather, traffic, time on site and other factors.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We will meet at your hotel unless you specify another location.
End location: The tour will end at your hotel unless you specify another location in the central business district/French Quarter.
Duration: 3 hours
Transportation provided in a 7 passenger minivan.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 Dollars - Should you decide to buy lunch during our rest stop.
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Dominik was one of the best city tour guides we have ever had. He was extremely knowledgeable, informative and personable. He gave us a deep appreciation of Hurricane Katrina, its causes and impact. He also gave us an invaluable understanding of the geography, history and culture of New Orleans. This is a MUST.