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Tours in Louisiana starting from $1,999

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

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Louisiana Fun Facts

The famous Mardi Gras celebration takes place in New Orleans.

The City of Sulphur was named for the strong mining industry in the 1800s.

Louisiana has the tallest state capitol building in the United States.

The Lake Pontchartrain causeway is the longest bridge over water in the world.

The Louisiana Superdome is the largest enclosed stadium in the world.

The term Uncle Sam was coined in Louisiana before it became a state.

Why go on a Louisiana Tour?

On a Louisiana Tour, New Orleans is definitely a city highlight and a sure-stop on most itineraries. Known for spectacular jazz music and famous restaurants, New Orleans is a fusion of European, Caribbean, and African cultures. It is home to gorgeous mansions in the Garden District, the historic Esplanade Avenue, and the French Quarter. In the French Quarter district of New Orleans, visit the historic park of Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, and the French Marketplace. And for those looking for an active nightlife, New Orleans is the place to be.  For nature lovers, you may wander through the Houmas House Plantation and Gardens in Lafayette.  You may explore Louisiana’s political centre in Baton Rouge and visit The Louisiana State Capitol Building. In Cajun Country, the Jean Lafitte National Park and the Vermilionville Museum are special attractions.  Don’t forget to taste the Cajun and Creole cuisine while you’re there! A tour is the perfect way to explore Louisiana`s year-round festivals, great food and music, and tranquil waterways. 

When is the best time to go?

February through May is the peak season for travellers and the time when most parties take place in New Orleans, with temperatures ranging from 20°C to 30°C.  If you would like to plan your Louisiana Tour around Mardi Gras or Jazz Fest, book your trip in advance and be aware that hotels and flights are more expensive.  Summer weather (mid 30s°C) sets in from June to August, and the extreme hot weather and rainy season takes place in August and September.  While this weather may be uncomfortable for tourists wanting to explore by foot, there are still popular festivals taking place.  October through January is the mild season, with temperatures averaging 15°C.  Tourists are few during this time, however Louisiana is festively decorated during the holiday season.

If you are interested in learning more about`s Louisiana Tour options and itineraries, speak with a travel agent who can help you begin planning your trip!