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New Orleans: Creole Queen History Cruise with Optional Lunch

1. New Orleans: Creole Queen History Cruise with Optional Lunch

Sit back and enjoy the views or a drink at the bar while journeying down the Mississippi river. Learn about New Orleans' complex, but interesting story, focusing on the critical Battle of New Orleans. Join a cruise narrated by a local guide and embark on a journey into the past as you head downriver to the Chalmette Battlefield at the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. As you travel to the battlefield, learn about the settlement of New Orleans, its river, and the historical landmarks that line the banks of the Mississippi River. As you cruise, treat yourself to a traditional lunch on board. (If relevant option selected.) Stop at the battlefield and hear about the legacy of the area on a 1-hour guided tour along the shore with a talk by National Park Rangers. After, return to the starting point where your tour will end. SAMPLE MENU LUNCH: • New Orleans Style Shrimp Pasta • 10” Roast Beef Po-Boy • Creole Jambalaya • Crawfish Bread • Caesar Salad • Red Beans & Rice • Fresh Baked Cookies • Zapps Potato Chips (Menu items are subject to change by season and availability)

New Orleans: Oak Alley Plantation & Swamp Cruise Day Trip

2. New Orleans: Oak Alley Plantation & Swamp Cruise Day Trip

Experience 2 typical Louisiana features—plantation homes and bayous—on a guided day trip from New Orleans with hotel pickup. Tour Oak Alley Plantation, with entry tickets, included, and look out for wildlife on a boat trip through the swamplands. Start with a pickup from your French Quarter hotel. Head out of New Orleans and travel to Oak Alley Plantation, one of the best-known in the area. Built in 1837-39, the plantation is famous for its alley of 28 evenly spaced live oak trees. Take a guided tour of the historical plantation and gain an educational insight into the times of slavery. Afterward, enjoy a fully narrated boat tour of the swamps. Keep a lookout for alligators, turtles, water birds, and other local wildlife. Listen as your captain tells stories of local Cajun and Creole history, and the people who live in the Bayou area. Finish your tour with the return journey to New Orleans, where you’ll be dropped off at your French Quarter hotel.

New Orleans: French Quarter Ghost and Murder Tour

3. New Orleans: French Quarter Ghost and Murder Tour

Learn about the ghostly history of New Orleans on this tour of the French Quarter. Visit famous landmarks, hear fascinating stories, and immerse yourself in the haunted world of this atmospheric district. Make your way to the French Quarter to meet your historian guide. Visit places like the infamous Lalaurie Mansion (as seen on 'American Horror Story Coven'), May Bailey's Brothel (as seen on Travel Channels 'Ghost Adventures'), and many other sites. Embark on the only ghost tour in New Orleans with access inside a haunted building. Enjoy a tour that is kid and alcohol friendly. Take a leisurely stroll through the haunted history of New Orleans´ French Quarter with frequent stops and restroom breaks.

New Orleans Lunch & Lesson: Cajun & Creole Cooking Class

4. New Orleans Lunch & Lesson: Cajun & Creole Cooking Class

Learn the basics of Louisiana Cooking with cajun and creole chefs teaching New Orleans specialties such as Gumbo, Jambalaya and Pralines, seasoning them with history, trivia and tall tales. The chef will share the fascinating history of New Orleans, and how culture and cuisine are interwoven. Follow along and learn how to make mouth-watering creole and cajun dishes and dig in after the class. At the end of the class, you will receive a coupon to use in the general store and are encouraged to go home and try to make the dishes yourselves.  The general store, as well as the classroom, are both located in a renovated molasses warehouse built in the early 1800s in the heart of the French Quarter. The store has a thoughtful collection of the best locally sourced products and is the home of the famous Joe's Stuff Creole Seasoning, used and loved by local chefs and visitors alike. Program of Menus: 10 AM Class · Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday: Gumbo, Jambalaya, Bread Pudding and Pralines · Monday: Gumbo, Red Beans and Rice, Pecan Pie and Pralines · Tuesday: Gumbo, Jambalaya, Bananas Foster and Pralines · Thursday: Corn & Crab Bisque, Shrimp Creole, Bananas Foster & Pralines · Friday: Crawfish Etouffee, Shrimp and Artichoke Soup, Bread Pudding, Pralines 2 PM Class · Saturday: Crawfish Etouffee, Shrimp and Artichoke Soup and Pralines · Sunday, Tuesday: Corn & Crab Bisque, Chicken Etouffee and Pralines · Monday, Thursday, Friday: Gumbo, Jambalaya and Pralines · Wednewday: Gumbo, Chicken Creole, Pralines

New Orleans: Mardi Gras World Behind-the-Scenes Tour

5. New Orleans: Mardi Gras World Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Discover Mardi Gras magic on a self-guided tour of Mardi Gras World, where artists and craftsmen have designed and built the oldest and biggest parade floats and attractions for each Mardi Gras season in New Orleans since 1947. Begin your tour by receiving your ticket in form of a bead necklace and watch a film which gives an overview of the history of Mardi Gras in New Orleans and the role Mardi Gras World plays in it to this day. Then, enjoy a slice of the traditional Mardi Gras cake, King Cake, before your self-guided tour leads you through the float den. Explore where Mardi Gras World artists work year-round to build spectacular, one-of-a-kind floats and props, with over 500 floats built and decorated each year. See how the various themed elements are created from scratch or are adapted from elements created for previous themes — from sculpting the elements, to finishing and painting them. There is even an electronic robot that can carve 3-D sculptures. Take photos with some of the finished pieces from various themes over the years, then tour the floats themselves. Get up closer to the floats than is possible during Mardi Gras parades, and find out how these amazing pieces come to life each year. See floats in various stages of completion as they prepare for the upcoming Mardi Gras as much as a whole year before. At the end of the tour, stay and take more pictures with any of the floats if you like. For your convenience, a complimentary shuttle service is provided from stops in Downtown; just call the number provided on your voucher for your nearest stop and to arrange pickup.

New Orleans: Haunted Pub Crawl

6. New Orleans: Haunted Pub Crawl

Make your way to the Jax Brewery building to meet your local licensed guide who will be waiting for you at the entrance to Bon's New Orleans Street Food to check you in with your confirmation email. This tour visits the most fascinating and haunted places throughout the city, including the infamous Lalaurie Mansion (as seen on "American Horror Story: Coven"), and many other sites such as the Sultan's Palace or Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop. This is a 2-hour leisurely stroll just under a mile long with frequent bar stops and restroom breaks. Enjoy an alcohol-friendly tour, with opportunities to purchase cocktails at the start of trip.

New Orleans: Manchac Bayou Swamp Cruise with Optional Pickup

7. New Orleans: Manchac Bayou Swamp Cruise with Optional Pickup

Join this tour in the Manchac Swamp on a real life adventure for the whole family. Your local captains will take you on an exciting journey to explore Louisiana's abundant wildlife in the bayous of Cajun Country. Journey by boat, Cajun-style, for a tour through the heart of Southern Louisiana's swamplands. Your swamp boat will take you into the meandering bayous where you'll see moss-draped cypress trees, fascinating plant life, and the creatures who make their homes here. Listen to informative commentary as you sail into the bayou. Swamp creatures are used to seeing the tour boats, so you'll likely catch a glimpse of various birds, snakes, deer, and fish, and possibly even an alligator. As your boat drifts through the waterways, you will learn about the Louisiana Wetlands, the inhabitants of the swamp–particularly the life and habits of the American Alligator–as well as the unique history of the local Cajun town of Frenier.

New Orleans: Manchac Swamp Wildlife Kayaking Tour

8. New Orleans: Manchac Swamp Wildlife Kayaking Tour

Venture beyond New Orleans to the wilds of Louisiana's bayous on a group kayaking tour of the Manchac and Maurepas swamps. No kayaking experience is necessary, as a guide teaches you everything need to know to enjoy this southern-style adventure. Select the option of being picked up and transported to the launch site from the French Quarter of New Orleans or choose the option of meeting the group at the launch site. Get set up with your well-maintained kayak, paddle, and life vest.  Listen as your guide gives you step-by-step paddling instructions during a safety briefing. Embark on your kayaking journey through shallow and narrow waterways that are impossible to reach with a motorized vessel.  Learn about the history and importance of this crucial ecosystem. Look for wildlife that is native to these wetlands like alligators, turtles, and owls. Return to your meeting point at the end of your tour.

New Orleans: VIP Bar and Club Crawl Tour with Free Shots

9. New Orleans: VIP Bar and Club Crawl Tour with Free Shots

Experience New Orleans' renowned nightlife on a tour of the best bars and party venues in the city. Enjoy exclusive drink specials and party games and benefit from having a licensed party guide who will ensure you have a great night. Get the party started with a game of flip cup with the booze on the house. This is the perfect opportunity to mingle with fellow party people from all over the world.  As your night continues, drink your way through 4 of the best venues in town with exclusive drinks specials and free drinks in each venue. Don't worry about having to wait in long lines, you'll be getting the VIP treatment with skip-the-line access all night long.

New Orleans: 1-Hour Escape Room Adventure

10. New Orleans: 1-Hour Escape Room Adventure

Put your teamwork skills to the test and work together to find clues and solve puzzles in order to complete your mission. You'll need communication, wits, and a sense of adventure to escape from your 60-minute challenge. Choose from 4 thrilling adventures. Become a spy sent to recover a stolen painting or a falsely accused prisoner determined to break out of jail. Once you arrive, a dedicated game guide will take you to your adventure and help you as needed. After entering the room, the countdown is on. Complete the mission in 60 minutes to escape. After you and your group have emerged victorious, you’ll be conveniently located in the French Quarter, so feel free to celebrate with a bite to eat.

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What people are saying about New Orleans

Brandon was such an amazing tour guide! Saw lots of gators and had plenty of laughs along the way! Would absolutely recommend it. The fun the history tidbits were lots of fun too! Thanks Cajun Pride for making our New Orleans trip that much more memorable!

Excellent swamp tour. It was very enjoyable and the Captain (Danny) was knowledgeable and friendly. We saw lots of wildlife and alligators. I would highly recommend this tour.

Great overall experience. Tour guide was knowledgeable and entertaining. Transportation guy was very professional and on time.

This was so fun!!! Wendy was awesome, the stories were great and we even got a drink/bathroom break! 10/10

Awesome narrative aboard was excellent entertaining informative and en. Food was good