Sit Back and Let a Local plan your trip to New Orleans
The Big Easy, The City That Care Forgot, The Crescent City . . . . .
Few places have as many different nicknames as New Orleans, and New Orleans deserves them all. This variety is a reflection of the main appeal of New Orleans itself, as a melting pot of cultures and flavors unique in the entire nation (or world).
You will experience WHY New Orleans has so many nicknames.
We will stroll through The French Quarter talking about 300 years of history.
We will also visit other Neighborhoods , such as the Garden District.
Tour a Plantation where the oak ally dates back to 1790. The Oaks trees are so majestic.
Fly through the swamp on an airboat learning about the rich history of South Louisiana.
This is just a few ideas! Please don't hesitate contacting me if you have any questions.
This is an example Itinerary. Please let me know if you would like to make changes or other attractions you would like to see.
*pick up at 9 am
*French Quarter Walking Tour
*St. Louise Cathedral
*Cafe Du Monde
*Lunch at Antoines (The Oldest French-Creole Fine Dining Restaurant in New Orleans)
*Garden District Walking/driving Tour(American side of New Orleans)
* This day we will leave New Orleans and explore Southern La.
*Pick up at 9am
*Lunch at a local hidden gem.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 2 days
This tour can be customized too fit your needs
2018 Mercedes Metris passenger VAN
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 US - personal expenses
- Personal Expenses
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Michaela R knows her shit as a travel guide, either in the city of New Orleans or back in the deepest/darkest Bayous of So. Louisiana!!! We'd hired her for her insights for (3) days and each and everyone of them was packed with lore & facts about the whole damn state as well, starting with a visit to "Avery Is" (Il Mcillhenny-Tabasco maker) to a "Air-boat ride in the Bayous", to historic places around New Orleans!!! In passing I'd highly recommend a hotel room/w balcony right on "Bourbon St", we did an
James H Davis