See all the famous sites in New Orleans via bus, including the French Quarter, St. Louis Cemetery, and the Garden District
About This Deal
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one New Orleans City and Cemetery Tour for two and two $10 credits toward a swamp tour with transportation ($118 value)
- $98 for one New Orleans City and Cemetery Tour for four and four $10 credits toward a swamp tour with transportation ($236 value)
City tours ferry tour-goers around on a bus to various historical sites in New Orleans. The tour begins in the French Quarter and passes through Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral. The tour then heads to the famous grave sites at the cemetery. Other sites include the Garden District to see extravagant homes and The New Orleans Warehouse & Arts District.
Cajun Encounters' staff picks up tour-goers from various hotels downtown. The pick-up location will be confirmed when you call to reserve your tour.
About Cajun Encounters
If you tilt your head and squint, the murky waters of the Honey Island Swamp almost look like a red carpet. Ok, that might not be entirely true, but thanks to the guides at the locally owned and operated Cajun Encounters, Hollywood stars and famous musicians have toured one of Louisiana's only remaining preserved wetlands. Their covered and uncovered swamp tour boats have welcomed the likes of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Usher, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Forest Whitaker.
Kelly Ripa even gave the tour a glowing review and a feature on Live! with Regis & Kelly, but celebrity status and a personal assistant who carries you over puddles are hardly required for getting up-close looks at alligators, wild boars, bald eagles, and other swamp animals.
As an eco-friendly tour company, Cajun Encounters extends its adventures beyond the wetlands. With 17 years of experience, its team members provide round-trip pick up service via mini busses decked out in the ultimate comforts. Guides lead guests on tours of the city, including the historic French Quarter and graves at local cemeteries. Or they might travel back in time, visiting two plantations straight out of the 1800s.