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New Orleans Swamp and Bayou Boat Tour With Transport

Highlights
  • Visit one of New Orleans’ last protected wetlands
  • Explore hard-to-reach areas of the swamp
  • See a Cajun village and learn about the area’s history
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New Orleans Swamp and Bayou Boat Tour With Transport
From US$56.00
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9:30am Swamp Tour w/ Transport
Hotel pickups commence at 8:00am and return is at 12:45pm
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5:00pm Swamp Tour w/ Transport
This tour offers pickup at 135 Decatur St. only. It will commence at 3:30pm and return is at 8:15pm.
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12:15pm Tour w/ Transport
Hotel pickups commence at 10:15am and return is at 3:30pm
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Overview
With alligators, hidden villages, and snakes, Louisiana’s swamps can be scary to explore on your own. On this tour, your guide will keep you safe—and fill you in on Cajun history—while you explore the swampy territories. Visit areas of Honey Island Swamp you can only reach by boat, and learn about the area’s wildlife from your guide. Plus, round-trip transportation from New Orleans makes for a no-hassle adventure.
What to Expect
Your tour starts with hotel pickup from New Orleans. Sit back and relax on the drive over to Honey Island Swamp in Slidell. Once you arrive, your adventure begins at one of Louisiana’s last protected wetland areas.

Board a flat-bottom boat that your guide can easily maneuver through the foliage and narrow passageways. Explore the wildlife in the area, and keep an eye out for animals, such as alligators, wild boars, and snakes. You'll visit hard-to-reach spots of the swamp.

Your guide will tell you about the history of the swamp and its importance to the people who still live there in a small Cajun village. 

Afterward, enjoy a relaxing transfer back to your New Orleans hotel.
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Reviewed yesterday
A great day out!

The Cajun Encounters swamp tour is a must! The tour is fun, well organised and great value for money. The process of booking online was very straight forward. When selecting the tour you are given a list of designated spots to pick up your coach...More

Thank lozzapie1
Reviewed 3 days ago
50th Birthday - Group

This is a 'must do' if you go to NOLA!! A group of 25 people came down to NOLA for my 50th birthday and I planned a private tour with hotel pick up and drop off. The driver was on time to pick us up...More

Thank Jennifer K
Reviewed 4 days ago
Not To Be Missed!

The small time it took from the transport location to the Tour itself was short. The overall Swamp Boat tour was INCREDIBLE! Knowledgeable tour guides take you on a very cool adventure with an Alligator that THEY FEED by HAND!! That was an extra! They...More

Thank hellfirekeep
Reviewed 5 days ago
Fun Trip

My friends and I took the night trip and it was awesome. We saw tons of wild life - gators, pigs, birds, raccoons, an owl.. MASSIVE spiders. Captain Gary is awesome, ask for him. He's extremely entertaining and knowledgeable about what's going on out there....More

1  Thank Kate M
Reviewed 5 days ago
Racoons, Hogs, Gators, Yellow Crowned Cranes, Owls, Blue Heron's and MUCH MORE

I was a little worried when we got picked up -the bus was horribly dirty and there was no air conditioning and I about melted. However once we were off the boat we were assembled into groups - thank goodness we got the smaller boat...More

Thank Patty B
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karbobwino
20 June 2018|
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Response from scartermer | Reviewed this property |
As long as you can step down into the boat you will be fine. There is someone standing there to help you get in.
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Yvonne B
18 June 2018|
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Response from DonnaMarie61 | Reviewed this property |
Call them and ask would be the best advise
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RobbI78
5 June 2018|
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Response from Cathy P | Reviewed this property |
About 2 hours inthe boat
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