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Mark J.
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Report | 5 hours ago
Captain Tom was great.
Gilda G.
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Report | a day ago
Go when it's Sunny. Alligators are more active. Still enjoyed our tour guide. Funny and full of information and knowledge
Katherine R.
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Report | a day ago
Friendly tour guide. He was so knowledgeable and had great recommendationd for stops to eat
Patricia L.
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Report | 2 days ago
go when it is warmer
Farrah h.
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Report | 12 days ago
Contact the property to verify applicable dates/times and any special arrangements necessary.
Adam S.
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Report | 14 days ago
Fantastic knowledgeable tour guide!!! Loved it!!
coye a.
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Report | 16 days ago
Very very nice people there. And you can't get much more local then them. Had a great time thank you Capt Tom
jessica d.
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Report | 16 days ago
It's so much fun! The baby alligator was so cute!! Your guide was very charming
Jackson M.
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Report | 17 days ago
Fun and frendly
Holly T.
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Report | 18 days ago
Pretty fun.. Bring your own marshmallows to feed the animals.
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Devoted to preserving Cajun culture by sharing it with the public, Cajun Pride Tours’ knowledgeable and passionate guides lead groups on tours that explore area swamps, plantations along the Great Mississippi River Road, and the historic districts of New Orleans. They also stroll along city streets in the French Quarter in New Orleans, the Garden District, and areas that display the lingering effects of Hurricane Katrina. On boat trips, groups can spot friendly gators while floating through the Manchac Swamp—a protected area that prohibits any hunting, fishing, or tickling of the native wildlife. A short drive past the swamps drops tourists off near the area’s plantations that are notable for their history, architecture, landscaping, and insight into Creole culture.

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