If you are searching for a gorgeous, natural and picturesque kayak swamp tour – this is your tour! See dense cypress forest, expansive wetlands, and an array of wildlife surrounding you as you paddle on waters that are ideal for beginners and adventure seekers alike.
A rich cultural and ecological experience! Learn the history and importance of this unique ecosystem on an intermediate paddle through Manchac Swamp. Transportation to and from New Orleans and a Whitney Plantation tour included!
Gear up for a unique new learning experience! The Whitney Plantation recently opened its doors to the public for the first time in its 262 year history. As a museum with a focus on slavery, you’ll gain a unique perspective on the enslaved people who lived and worked here.
On a New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours you will create memories exploring the beauty of the swamps and plantations with the help of our eco-guides. We aim to provide the best kayak experience for each and every customer that comes our way. Your experienced guide will take you on an sit-on-top kayak adventure you won’t forget!
We’ll make sure that you are having an amazing time on and off the water. Safety and fun are our top priorities. You’ll enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Manchac Swamp tour and the Honey Island swamp tour while learning about the unique surrounding ecosystem. The Gulf Coast ecosystem is the largest and fastest disappearing land mass on the planet. Come and enjoy these areas with us while you still can and learn what you can do to help save them!
Tour locations vary and are dependent on water levels and weather. We provide all necessary gear. Ages 8+ and all abilities.
I would switch around squares 1 and 2 and the “what I actually do” box is obviously way off base but otherwise this is a funny meme I guess. Guiding tours through the swamp makes my mother worry sick. I picture her being violently awoken from a quiet mid-day nap imagining the perils of the…
The untold story of Swamp Washington by Jeffrey Chitek (only surviving family member of the Washington legacy) It is in our nature as humans to omit details from our history, that is, to only disclose the parts that help our predecessors learn the lessons we believe they should in an attempt to manipulate the…