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Arrive late afternoon and enjoy a local meal (dinner) before your overnight stay in a cabin near the coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Early morning breakfast before setting off on your guided fishing experience. Three meals, overnight accommodations and all fishing supplies are included. After this fishing experience, you will understand why Louisiana is called "Sportsman Paradise"!
SWAMP (BAYOU) TOUR
Explore the winding bayous (swamp) outside New Orleans and soak in the beautiful natural wildlife setting around you (and perhaps see an alligator or two)!
Early morning swamp tour enjoying the quiet natural setting through the bayous of Louisiana. Afterwards, your tour will take you on a short ride and tour of the most photographed plantation in the South - Oak Alley Plantation!
PALM COURT JAZZ CAFÉ DINNER
Enjoy traditional New Orleans cuisine while listening to some of the most authentic Dixieland Jazz music in the French Quarter. The Palm Court Jazz Café was established for the preservation of Dixieland Jazz and it holds up to its reputation!
To visit New Orleans without visiting this iconic Jazz club would be a pity! VIP entry and seating in what is considered to be THE place to listen to authentic Traditional Jazz. The music and atmosphere has not changed for over 50 years!
HOUMAS HOUSE PLANTATION
Tour of the beautifully restored sugar plantation made famous by multiple movies filmed here, including Bette Davis' "Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte". After your tour of the plantation, walk around the vast luscious gardens and be awed at the local and exotic plants. (Lunch buffet of local dishes optional.)
MISSISSIPPI RIVER JAZZ DINNER CRUISE
Take a relaxing cruise on the Mighty Mississippi River while enjoying the sounds of a live Dixieland Jazz trio during your dinner buffet! The spectacular views of the city at night can not be beat!
MISSISSIPPI RIVER LUNCH CRUISE & BATTLEFIELD VISIT
Take a lunch cruise on the Mississippi River with a stop and visit of the historic Chalmette Battlefield where the last great battle of 1812 was fought.
ARNAUD'S JAZZ DINNER
Arnaud's is one of the oldest fine dining restaurants in New Orleans. Enjoy a delicious French Creole dinner while listening to the music that made New Orleans famous - Jazz! Reservations are a must!
MURIEL'S CREOLE DINNER
This is a popular restaurant for both local and visitors alike. Housed in what was once the mid-1700s home of the Royal Treasurer of French Louisiana, your three course Creole dinner will certainly beckon you back for more! Reservations strongly recommended!
FRENCH QUARTER WALKING TOUR
Step back in time on your two hour walking tour of the historic French Quarter and learn of its rich French and Spanish history as well as what life was like pre and post Civil War. This is perhaps our most popular tour and one not to be missed!
COURT OF TWO SISTERS JAZZ BRUNCH
The Court of Two Sisters has been welcoming visitors for decades. Enjoy a New Orleans style brunch while listening to a live Jazz trio in the largest French Quarter courtyard that is sure to be one of your most fondest memories of New Orleans!
NEW ORLEANS COOKING CLASS
New Orleans cuisine is known worldwide and what better way to experience it firsthand than to take a cooking demonstration class in the heart of the French Quarter. Samples of the dishes prepared before you should leave your taste buds more than satisfied!
GARDEN DISTRICT WALKING TOUR
This district was designed by wealthy American businessmen who built opulent mansions with extensive gardens (thus the name "Garden District"). Your walking tour will take you past many of these mansions of past and present wealthy merchants as well as mansions of some Hollywood celebrities!
FRENCH QUARTER HAUNTED TOUR!
Our haunted walking tour of the French Quarter focuses on actual events that occurred in the French Quarter. This haunted and ghastly tour will leave you mesmerized for years to come!
TREME WALKING TOUR
Discover the oldest African-American neighborhood in the USA, also called the Paris Noir de la Nouvelle-Orléans, where Jazz was born, as well as where the ancient ritual of Voodoo was practiced. Tour only offered in French!
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