Oak Alley and Swamp Tour Boat Combo from New Orleans

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67 reviews

Oak Alley and Swamp Tour Boat Combo from New Orleans

From $119 per person

Make the most of your Louisiana visit with a combination full-day tour that takes you to the Oak Alley plantation home and on a swamp boat tour.

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Duration 8.5 hours
Starting time 8:15 AM
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Live tour guide
Pickup included
Pickup at your New Orleans accommodation is provided.


  • Enjoy a tour of a magnificent plantation home
  • Explore a Louisiana swamp and see gators, wild pigs, and more
  • Spend a day away from the bustle of New Orleans on this combination tour
Full description
Visit the Oak Alley Plantation as you begin this full-day combination tour from New Orleans. Feel as if you're on the set of Gone with the Wind as you enjoy a house tour conducted by guides in period costume. Next, head out on a swamp tour and wetlands adventure. From the relaxed comfort of a covered swamp boat, drift slowly past an Indian burial mound, a Cajun cemetery, and a fishing village. Be on the lookout for wildlife, including snakes and gators. Drift by moss-draped trees and along small waterways as you hear commentary about swampland life. Boats are equipped with a roof, restroom, cushioned seats, and windows that can be raised or lowered according to the weather.
  • Transportation
  • Plantation entrance fee
  • Swamp tour by boat (1 hour 40 minutes)
  • Gratuities
  • Snacks and refreshments
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • Customers must keep distance in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • Customers are required to bring and wear masks

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  • Some walking at the Oak Alley plantation is involved
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4.5 / 5

based on 67 reviews

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Busy day from the bayou boat ride to Oak Alley tour! The only complaint is the bus ride...if you’re in the back seats every bump the bus hits you will go flying but not the fault of the tour company...typical roads in and around New Orleans. The bayou boat ride was fun and the weather was great! The alligators came out to eat marshmallows so plenty of opportunities to see and take photos of the gators. The Oak Alley plantation was great and informative...it is history...not the best moment in our history but nevertheless a part of our history. It is this history that reminds us to never repeat this sort of behavior. Don’t forget to take the photo of the oak tree arches in front of the house!

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April 7, 2021

My whole family really enjoyed this tour. We were pick up at our hotel and driven to our tour of oak alley. Our driver was very friendly and shared great stories of New Orleans. Oak Alley plantation itself is beautiful and the staff were very knowledgeable about the history of the plantation and slavery. We left Oak Alley with a far better understanding of the tragedies slavery. I reccomend having lunch at the restaurant on the plantation grounds and visiting the gift shop as well. After the plantation tour we were bussed to the swamp tour location. The Swamp tour was absolutely amazing with a great tour guide. Our tour guide was a Louisiana man through and through, he knew his stuff about the bayou and was very funny. You're going to see some gators! After a full day of adventure, it was nice to sit back and be driven back to our hotel in a air conditioned van with a great driver. I definitely recommend the combo tour.

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June 28, 2020

Very nice day well organized with an excellent guide in the person of Barbara. Hurricane Katrina is still very much alive and she shared her experiences with us. Plantation to visit in the morning as we did because a lot of people. Dany the guide in the bayou was top too. I regret that so many noisy boats disturb this magnificent place ... why the speed and the noise with the smell of diesel ??? poor nature who deserves better than that. We saw a single alligator, although obviously we don't see much in winter.

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December 30, 2019

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