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Head to sights like Fontainebleau State Park and Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge as you discover Mandeville—a city also known for its restaurants.
Just outside New Orleans, you can explore Cajun culture in an exotic bayou filled with thriving flora and wildlife. From the comfort of a 22-passenger boat, you can get up close and personal with alligators, wild boars, and native birds while your expert guide provides informative narration about Honey Island Swamp.
Take a step back into the Antebellum world at Whitney Plantation, a historic district dedicated to preserving the history of slavery in the South. This tour of the restored structures and grounds around the estate gives you a look at the contrasts of stately elegance and human bondage that defined it.
Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Cajun people, while coming in contact with wildlife, on a Louisiana backcountry tour. Set off on a journey in the mystical Manchac Swamp, experiencing sights, sounds, and stories that can’t be seen or heard anywhere else in the world.
Venture out of New Orleans and into Louisiana's marshy wetlands as you kayak your way through the lush, secluded Manchac Swamp. Paddle among thick cypress groves, tranquil waters, and a range of wildlife with a seasoned guide, who shares tidbits about this unique ecosystem along the way.
Embark on an unforgettable kayaking adventure in the peaceful, slow-moving Honey Island Swamp. Led by a seasoned guide, glide through a mysterious aquatic landscape of cypress trees and abandoned houseboats, and keep an eye out for the many animals that call the swamp home.