As their boat drifts through protected swampland, tourists catch glimpses of smiling gators and learn facts about wetlands and Cajun culture
What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $19.50 for a swamp tour for one ($27 value)
- $39.50 for a swamp tour for two ($54 value)
- $67 for a swamp tour for four ($108 value)
- $82.50 for a swamp tour for six ($144 value)
The swamp tour explores the privately owned Manchac Swamp, a protected wildlife area that outlaws fishing and hunting. As the boat drifts through the bayou amid trees draped with spanish moss, travelers are likely to see alligators and other swamp creatures passing peacefully by or sometimes even approaching the boat. Along the way, guides share facts about the wetlands and the nearby Cajun town of Frenier.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required, 24 hour advance notice required. Tours run rain or shine. In the event of extreme weather, the customer needs to call to reschedule their reservation. No cash back. Transportation not included, may purchase for an extra $25/pp fee. Subject to availability. Subject to weather. Limit 2 per person. May be repurchased every 30 days. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Cajun Pride Tours
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.