Blog

Kayak Trip New Orleans to Baton Rouge

Meet A LocalMeet a New Orleans Guide

New Orleans to Baton Rogue by Kayak In March of 2017 a small crew of adventurers, assembled by swamp guide and filmmaker Ross Baringer, will embark on a 100 mile expedition to journey from Baton Rouge to New Orleans entirely by water.  The crew will paddle kayaks and canoes through some of the most…

More »

Austin Kayak Tours- Our sister company in Austin, Texas

Lonestar Kayak Tours Opens in Austin

Are you looking for the perfect thing to do in Austin Texas? Lone Star Kayak Tours brings you the very best, with something to suit all interests and needs. Now open in Austin, this is your chance to book the vacation of your dreams.

Make Austin Your…

More »

Bring out the Bacchus within

Things to do in New Orleans

Mardi Gras 2017 Of uncertain origins, Bacchus is the Roman God of wine and a personification of the lifestyle and culture that makes up New Orleans past and present.  He was born, blood of Zeus, through an affair with a mortal woman, Semele. Also known as Dionysus, he was celebrated for…

More »

NBA Allstar Game 2017

Things to do in New Orleans

New Orleans will host the 2017 NBA All Star Game this coming weekend, February 17-19, 2017 and we’re excited! You may remember that the event was initially located in Charlotte, NC, though due to a transgender bathroom law that NC will not change, it will now be held at New Orleans Smoothie King…

More »

New Orleans Guide / Artist Ray Swaney

Meet A LocalMeet a New Orleans Guide

My name is Ray Swaney and I live to create art, representative, surreal, cubist, and completely abstract.  I am also a poster designer, and a slam poet.  Feel free to check out my online art blog for some art, poetry, and large temporal gaps between blog entries.  Cheers!

More »

Kayaking New Orleans

New Orleans 2017 New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours has became so popular that we’re helping our good friends open up a new company, Hidden Adventure Tours. Kayaking New Orleans and the area surrounding the crescent city, mainly swamps, is a must-do when visiting New Orleans but there are so many waterways…

More »

Plantation & Kayak Swamp Tour

More »

Honey Island Kayak Swamp Drone Footage

More »

Manchac Kayak Swamp Tour Drone Footage

More »

Julie White

The Voodoo priestess Julie White was more reclusive than most, although no less feared. It was said that White enjoyed trying to predict the demise of surrounding towns as she sat on the porch of her swamp shack, where she spent much of her time. She would also make arcane gestures at those who passed…

More »

We live for the opportunity to share our passion for the outdoors with you. Here at New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours, we love what we do!

© 2017 New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours All Rights Reserved

(504) 571-9975

(Transportation Pickup Locations)  

 

Honey Island Kayak Swamp Tour: (At the corner of) 838 Esplanade Ave New Orleans, LA 70116

 

Manchac Swamp Tour: (In front of) 437 Esplanade Ave New Orleans, LA 70116

 

Swamp Kayak Tour and Plantation Tour: (At the corner of) 838 Esplanande Ave New Orleans, LA 70116

 

(Kayak Launch Locations)

 

Honey Island Kayak Swamp Tour: (Behind the Riverside Travel Center) 65583 Pump Slough Rd. Pearl River, LA 70452

 

Manchac Swamp Tour: Lat: 30.16218 Long: -90.44475