Plantation Tours Near New Orleans Reviewed

This post in an introduction to the great plantations near New Orleans, how you could get there with your own car, and a review of the tour operators that can bring you there in comfort.  Are you interested in how people of the region lived in the Grand Dames, the plantations of Louisiana?  Then there is no better option then to hop onto Highway 90 and drive through the sugar cane fields back in time. The plantations along River Road are one of the best ways to understand the region.  On these tours you will get to enter the beautiful homes of the planters of the region.

You may also be interested in our comparison of New Orleans swamp tours.  If you are going to be in New Orleans, be sure to check out our pay-what-you-like walking tours.


Oak Alley Plantation

Other Plantation Homes

Plantation, City + Swamp Tour Combos

Laura: A Creole Plantation

Whitney Plantation: Focus on Slavery

Tours from New Orleans


 

LAURA PLANTATION

Known as a top travel attraction in Louisiana, Laura Plantation will educate guests on the traditional Creole plantation.  Built in 1805 and a working plantation for over 180 years, you will see the inside of this practical home that was run by four generations of Creole women.  The “Tales of Br’er Rabbit”  a famous American folk tale were based on folklore told by the West African freedmen working on the Laura Plantation in the 1870’s.  You will get to tour the “Big House” of this sugarcane plantation, the tropical gardens, and also the slaves quarters that are still included in the property.

 

Read below to learn more about GrayLine’s Laura Plantation Tour

 


Cajun Pride Tours

If you’d rather spend more time exploring one location, this company offers a half-day tour focused entirely on Laura Plantation with New Orleans hotel pick-up. A tour guide will narrate the experience, explaining some of the historical significance of this beautiful old home. Each trip includes transportation and admission to the plantation house. Ticket prices are lower than similarly structured tours in the area, so this might be one of the most affordable options on our list. They also offer combo deals for anyone interested in both plantation and swamp tours.  Read our detailed post reviewing all of Cajun Pride tours.   

Dates/Times: Daily. 12:30 pm departures from New Orleans

Destinations: Laura or Oak Alley Plantations

Duration: 5-6 hours

Tour Price:

Cajun Pride has earned an overall rating of 4 ½ stars on TripAdvisor. The negative reviews for this service are old enough that they don’t seem to reference any of the tour options currently available. It would appear that this company has recently taken a different approach to their plantation tours, and most reviewers are genuinely pleased with the effort. A majority of customers felt their trip was both fun and educational. Surprisingly, this tour is especially popular among couples and guests who brought friends along for the ride.

 


CAJUN ENCOUNTERS ( Laura Plantation +Oak Alley Plantation or Whitney Plantation)

You’ll cover a lot of ground with the Cajun Encounters combo tour! See Laura AND Oak Alley on this combination tour. Travelers say that this tour is extremely kid friendly, but teaches the adults something new, too!  There won’t be much time to roam the grounds, as the tour guides use as much available time as they have to show you all that these locations have to offer.  While their price seems high, keep in mind that it is the price for two plantations.  Bonus: Cajun Encounters offers hotel pick-up.  Read about all Cajun Encounters tours.

Dates/Times: Daily. 8:30 am, 11:45 am pickup times

Duration: 6 hours, 30 minutes (including travel time; paired with Oak Alley Plantation.)

Tour Price:

Much like their competitors, Cajun Encounters also enjoys a 4 ½ star rating on TripAdvisor. Although they have received a few negative comments, reviews for their Laura Plantation tour are generally very favorable. Those who were not pleased recommended renting a car instead and taking a self-guided tour of the plantation. That being said, an overwhelming majority of customers described this trip as exceptionally well guided and informative. This plantation tour was especially popular with couples and visitors who went on this outing with their friends.  

 


GRAY LINE TOURS

Gray Line is a trusted name in the bus tour industry, so you can rest easy knowing that you’ll be treated well. Time will fly by as you are guided by knowledgeable, friendly staff members at the Laura Plantation! Great for families, groups, or the individual.  Gray Line does not offer hotel pick-up, but the buses will depart on time, so you won’t wait to pick up other guests at area hotels.

NOTE: Gray Line is currently only offering it’s double plantation tour.  They did have a Laura Plantation only tour.  We will update this post, if it comes back online.  

Dates/Times: Daily. 12 pm departures from New Orleans

Duration: 5 hours (including travel time)

Plantation Life (Choose 2 of 3 plantations – including Whitney)

Gray Line has received a rating of 4 ½ out of 5 stars on TripAdvisor. Reviews for their Laura Plantation tour are very positive, with only one negative comment in the bunch. Their one unhappy customer took issue with the commentary provided by the bus driver, but noted that other guests were quite pleased with this trip. Most passengers described their journey as pleasant and informational. Couples and families were especially impressed by this plantation tour.

 


Before you buy… The Laura Plantation offers their own tour with admission price, should you travel on your own to the site (taxis/Ubers do not travel here). No self guiding is permitted, but the tour guides have excellent reviews for their engaging history anecdotes.

Laura Plantation Admission/Tour costs for self travel:

Dates/Times: Daily. 10 am to 4 pm

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes

Tour Price:

  • Adult $20.00
  • Child (6-17) $6.00
  • Purchase tickets here.
  • No self guiding is permitted, but the tour guides have excellent reviews for their engaging history anecdotes.

 


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OAK ALLEY PLANTATION

Oak Alley, originally called Bon Sejour (pleasant sojourn), is the other elaborate home you will tour.  It is famous for it’s 28 Live Oak trees that make up a quarter mile of the property.  Many guest recognize it as being the location of several scenes from the iconic film Interview With a Vampire.  The Greek Revival homes is one of the most impressive in the Southern United States.  Read more on our full post dedicated to Oak Alley Plantation.

FREE with New Orleans Power Pass

Admission to this plantation is included in the New Orleans Power Pass! Get free admission to over 26 attractions around New Orleans, and skip the lines with the Power Pass.

 

 

This tour is great for families, your children will learn about the customs of the Southern part of the United States while adults will appreciate the impressive grounds and architecture.  See the Blacksmith Shop, Civil War Encampment, “Slavery at Oak Alley” exhibit, and over a dozen more! They even have breakfast and lunch dining options.  

Pro tip: Have a car? You can drive to this plantation on your own! Free parking available onsite. See below for admission costs/tour information.

Read our post dedicated to Oak Alley Plantation.

 


Popular Tour Companies for the Oak Alley Plantation:

GRAY LINE TOURS

Gray Line is a trusted name in the bus tour industry, so you can rest easy knowing that you’ll be treated well. Time will fly by as you are guided by knowledgeable, friendly staff members at the Oak Alley Plantation. Great for families, groups, or the individual.  Gray Line does not offer hotel pick-up, but the buses will depart on time, so you won’t wait to pick up other guests at area hotels.

Dates/Times: Daily. 12 pm departure from New Orleans

Duration: 5 hours (including travel time)

Tour Price:

As we previously mentioned, Gray Line has received a rating of 4 ½ stars on TripAdvisor. Reviews for their Oak Alley Plantation tour are very good, with only a few negative reviews to mention. Some of these customers complained about a lack of service while others were unhappy with the amount of time allotted for exploring the plantation. Although some passengers were unhappy with the trip, most visitors absolutely loved the experience, describing this as an excellent tour with wonderful commentary. Couples and guests who took the outing with their friends were most likely to leave a positive review.

 


CAJUN ENCOUNTERS (+Laura Plantation or +Whitney Plantation)

Cajun Encounters offers several options for Oak Alley, a stand-alone visit or combining Oak Alley with either Laura or Whitney Plantations. Travelers say that this tour is extremely kid friendly, but teaches the adults something new, too! There won’t be much time to roam the grounds, as the tour guides use as much available time as they have to show you all these locations have to offer.  While their price seems high, keep in mind that it is the price for two plantations.  Bonus: Cajun Encounters offers hotel pick-up.  Read our post reviewing all of Cajun Encounters offerings.

Dates/Times: Daily. 8:30 am, 11:45 am pickup times

Duration:  5.5 hours for Oak Alley only or 6.5 hours for combinations (includes travel time)

Tour Prices:

Oak Alley (Stand-alone)

Oak Alley + Laura or Whitney Plantations

Cajun Encounters has received mostly excellent reviews for their Oak Alley Plantation tour. With that said, it’s worth noting that there are a few negative comments from unhappy customers. These visitors either felt that their trip was rushed or the transportation wasn’t up to par. Thankfully, most guests were more than pleased with their experience, indicating that they were impressed with the amount of information provided by their tour guides. This outing was very popular with couples and visitors who went with a friend.

 


Cajun Pride Tours

Much like their Laura Plantation tour, this is also a half-day trip to one of the most historic homes in Louisiana. This excursion includes transportation and admission to Oak Alley Plantation with hotel pick-up. Rather than cramming a visit to two separate plantations in one day, Cajun Pride finds that their customers prefer having more time to explore the grounds of just one location. Their tour guides provide a plethora of interesting information along the way, making the experience much more educational. With ticket prices lower than some of their competitors, this could be one of the more affordable plantation tours on the list.  Read our detailed post reviewing all of Cajun Pride tours.   

Dates/Times: Daily. 12:30 pm departures from New Orleans

Destinations: Laura or Oak Alley Plantations

Duration: 5-6 hours

Tour Price:

As we previously mentioned, this company has received very good ratings on TripAdvisor. There are a few negative reviews for their Oak Alley Plantation tour, but they reference combo deals that are no longer available. It’s possible that Cajun Pride Tours stopped offering combo plantation tours specifically because their customers were unhappy. Whatever the case may be, most guests report that their experience was excellent. As with their other services, couples and visitors who brought their friends along were most likely to leave a positive review.

 


Before you buy… The Oak Alley Plantation offers their own tour with admission price, should you travel on your own to the site (taxis/Ubers do not travel here). No self guiding is permitted without admission.

Oak Alley Admission/Tour costs for self travel:

Dates/Times: Daily. 9 am – 5 pm (exception: M-F closes at 4:30 pm Nov-Feb). Tours offered every half hour beginning at 9:30 am.

Duration: Times vary. Guided tour of the Big House. Self-guided tour of grounds.

Tour Price:

FREE with New Orleans Power Pass

Admission to this plantation is included in the New Orleans Power Pass! Get free admission to over 26 attractions around New Orleans, and skip the lines with the Power Pass.

  • $22 – Adults (19 yrs & older)
  • $8 – Youth (13 to 18 yrs old)
  • $5 – Children (6 to 12 yrs old)
  • Tickets are sold at the door only, unless you come with an organized tour or through the Power Pass.
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Whitney Plantation: A Focus on Slavery

Opened in 2014, the Whitney Plantation is unlike any other experience you will find in Louisiana. Focusing on the history of slavery, you’ll get a personal look at the life and conditions of slaves at this plantation museum. In addition to the architecture and newly restored spaces, there are exhibits, artwork, narratives, and more that describe first hand experiences at Whitney.

 

 

Pro tip: Have a car? You can drive to this plantation on your own! Free parking available onsite. See below for admission costs/tour information.  

 

Popular Tour Companies for the Whitney Plantation:


CAJUN ENCOUNTERS

As we mentioned above, Cajun Encounters offers a combination of Oak Alley and Whitney Plantations everyday at 12:30 pm.

 


GRAY LINE TOURS

Gray Line is a trusted name in the bus tour industry, so you can rest easy knowing that you’ll be treated well. Time will fly by as you are guided by knowledgeable, friendly staff members at the Whitney Plantation and an additional plantation of your choice! Great for families, groups, or the individual.

Plantation Life (Choose 2 of 3 plantations)

  • 9 am Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat
  • 7.25 hours (including travel time)
  • Adults $85
  • Child (6-12) $60
  • Click here to book.

Reviews for this Whitney Plantation tour are pretty impressive. As of yet, only a few people have provided negative comments about the service they received. Those who were unhappy indicated that their driver didn’t offer a lot of valuable commentary, but there were several other reviewers who felt that their tour guides were quite excellent. Most guests reported having a lot of fun and learning a lot on their trip to this plantation. Couples, families and visitors who brought their friends along were most likely to leave a positive review.

 


Legendary Tours (+Oak Alley Plantation)

Legendary Tours offers tours of Whitney Plantation in combination with Oak Alley. You’ll be in great hands with Edward, the company owner and guide. Looking for a personalized experience? Reach out to Edward! Customers say he is easygoing, well informed, and very accommodating, with the hospitality you would expect from New Orleans!

Dates/Times: Daily. Hotel pickup between 8 am – 8:30 am

Duration:  6-7 hours, includes two plantations plus travel time

Tour Price:

Legendary Tours lives up to its name with a full 5 star rating on TripAdvisor. As a matter of fact, they have yet to receive even one negative review for their Whitney Plantation tour. Reviewers described this tour as very organized and efficient, indicating that their guides were very knowledgeable about the plantation. Visitors who went on this outing with their friends or significant other were most likely to enjoy their experience.

 


Whitney Plantation Admission/Tour costs for self travel:

Dates/Times: Daily. 9:30 am – 4:30 pm every day but Tuesday. Tours are given every hour between 10 am and 3 pm.

Tour Price:

  • $22 – Adult
  • $17 – Seniors, Students, Military Personnel
  • $10 – Youth (6-12)
  • Tickets are sold at the door only.
  • Learn more.

Reviews for the tours provided by Whitney Plantation are surprisingly good. Although they have received a few negative comments from unhappy customers, most people really enjoy this closer look at the plantation. Some visitors felt that the information provided by their tour guide was a bit too opinionated, but an overwhelming majority of guests were very impressed with the friendly and helpful attitude of the staff. Families and groups of people who joined either their friends or significant others were most likely to leave a positive review.

 


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OTHER PLANTATION HOMES TO CONSIDER

 

HOUMAS HOUSE PLANTATION AND GARDENS

The Crown Jewel of River Road, Houmas House reflects the history of the original Houmas Indian landowners through the Louisiana purchase, when it was a largely known for its sugar production, and onwards through the Civil War. This gorgeous property is filled with history, and offers much to see and learn within the property limits.  We also offer a more in-depth review of Houmas House.

 

 

Houmas House Daily Tours

For visitors with vehicles, Houmas House staff provides a tour to their guests.

Dates/Times: Daily, 9 am – 7 pm

Duration: personalized and variable times

Tour Price:

  • $24 – Mansion/Gardens
  • $15 – Garden/Grounds only

Tours of Houmas House have received mostly impressive ratings on TripAdvisor. Unfortunately, there have been a few negative reviews, but they don’t appear to reflect the typical experience with this plantation. An overwhelming majority of visitors truly enjoy their trip to this location, suggesting that their tour guides were very helpful and informative. This plantation tour is especially popular among couples.

Guided Tour from New Orleans

If you’re not interested in driving out to Houmas House on your own, this option will definitely make it easier to visit one of the most beautiful plantations in the United States. In addition to offering hotel pick-up, this company provides comfortable transportation to and from the grounds. Once you arrive, you’ll have the opportunity to take a tour of the mansion or explore the gardens on your own. This day trip will give you approximately 3 ½ hours to discover the area.

  • Ticket Prices: $59 for Adults | $40 for Children
  • Duration: 2 hours travel time; 3 ½ hours of touring
  • Availability: Daily at 10:30 AM
  • Click here to purchase tickets

Reviews for this tour are excellent on both TripAdvisor and Viator (read the reviews here). Most guests have given Old South Tours a 5 star rating, often taking the time to show some love for their tour guides. Believe it or not, one of the most popular features of this outing is simply the transportation to and from Houmas House. Several visitors felt that the bus ride was relaxing and made the experience more enjoyable. Couples were by far the most likely to appreciate this opportunity.

 


SAN FRANCISCO PLANTATION HOUSE

This antebellum sugar plantation was built in 1854 and the schoolhouse, slave cabins, and large estate remain open to over 100,000 annual visitors.  The name ‘San Francisco’ comes from a mispronunciation of the French phrase “sans fruscins“ or “without a penny in my pocket”, which was the initial nickname of the plantation based on the cost of the estate for the proprietor.

FREE with New Orleans Power Pass

Admission to this plantation is included in the New Orleans Power Pass! Get free admission to over 26 attractions around New Orleans, and skip the lines with the Power Pass.

 

 

San Francisco Plantation Daily Tour

For visitors with vehicles, San Francisco Plantation staff provides a tour to their guests. Advance purchase highly recommended for this popular attraction. Once you arrive you’ll be treated to a costumed guided tour.

Dates/Times: Daily, 9:30 am -4 pm (tours offered every 20 minutes)

Duration: 45 minute guided tour of 14 rooms and grounds

Tour Price:

Before you buy… Locals will tell you this is not the place to spend a day, but rather a nice way to spend 2 hours exploring. Guests here frequently complained that they don’t allow pictures inside of this historic plantation, and thought the price of admission was a bit high for the brief, scripted tour.

 


Evergreen Plantation

The Evergreen Plantation rose to popularity after being used in the film Django Unchained directed by acclaimed filmmaker Quentin Tarantino in 2012.  The movie was made the same year that the property opened to the public.  The Greek Revival property constructed in 1832 is expansive.  It was an active sugarcane plantation until 1930. For this reason it touts itself as having the most contributing structures of any plantation in the state and the South at 37 inclusive structures, including a garconnière and 22 slaves quarters.  For that reason it is included in the Louisiana African American Heritage Trail that only includes 26 sites.

 

 

Plantation Tours

  • 9:30 am, 11:30 am + 2 pm
  •  every day but Sunday
  • $20/person cash or check
  • More information

These tours are typically very well rated by guests, but some visitors have left unimpressed. Most complaints focused on confusing tour dates, but this wasn’t the average experience. Hundreds of reviewers have indicated that their trip around the Evergreen Plantation was excellent, stating that their tour guides were both friendly and knowledgeable. Of those that provided positive reviews, a majority of customers took the plantation tour either with their friends, family or significant others.

 


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NEW ORLEANS PLANTATION TOUR OPERATORS

There are at least a half dozen companies offering fully guided tours to the plantations listed above, though the most tours include either Laura or Oak Alley Plantations.  We’ve listed the companies here.  Some offer hotel pick-up and others have designated areas where the buses depart from.  We give some analysis, tips and suggestions to help save you time.  Each company serves one or a few plantations, but not all.  If you are interested in any one particular plantation, we recommend reading about the operators for that particular plantation above.

New Orleans Plantation Tours

 

GRAY LINE TOURS

You could visit either plantations on their own with Gray Line Tours, which also offers the option to visit the Whitney Plantation, which opened in 2014 and is the only plantation museum in Louisiana to focus on slavery.  The Whitney Plantation is only available as part of a multi-plantation visit.  Gray Line does not pick up at hotels, but you won’t be riding along picking up other guests either.  All tours depart from their French Quarter office on Toulouse St. and Decatur St. (map).  Gray Line also offers discounts when combining plantation, city or

Oak Alley Plantation Tickets and Information (video)

Plantation Life (Choose 2 of 3 plantations – including Oak Alley, Laura and Whitney)

Gray Line’s overall rating of 4 ½ stars on TripAdvisor is very impressive. An overwhelming majority of customers who take their plantation tours are very pleased with the service they receive. Although they have been given a few negative reviews, none of them indicate any serious problems with the company. Passengers who took these trips with either a friend, significant other or family members were very likely to enjoy their experience.

 


CAJUN ENCOUNTERS

Oak Alley Stand Alone or a combo tours (2 of 3 – Whitney, Laura + Oak Alley Plantations)

You’ll cover a lot of ground with the Cajun Encounters combo tour! See Laura AND Oak Alley on this combination tour. Travelers say that this tour is extremely kid friendly, but teaches the adults something new, too! There won’t be much time to roam the grounds, as the tour guides use as much available time as they have to show you all these locations have to offer.  While their price seems high, keep in mind that it is the price for two plantations.  Bonus: Cajun Encounters offers hotel pick-up. They do not offer each location individually.  Read our post reviewing all of Cajun Encounters offerings.

Oak Alley (Stand-alone)

 

Plantation Combo Ticket

Dates/Times: Daily. 8:30 am, 11:45 am pickup times

Duration: 6 hours, 30 minutes (including travel time, paired with Laura Plantation)

Tour Price:

Just like their competition, Cajun Encounters enjoys a high 4 ½ star rating on TripAdvisor. Even though they have received a handful of negative reviews, it’s worth pointing out that most customers truly love the plantation tours offered by this company. Several guests have left incredibly positive comments about the tour guides and services they provide. These tours are most popular with families, couples and visitors who joined their friends for the trip.

 


CAJUN PRIDE SWAMP TOURS 

This company focuses on swamp tours, but they also offer plantation tours.  Customers rave about the family-friendly adventures they have with Cajun Pride Tours, saying the fun atmosphere of the knowledgeable staff and the cleanliness of the buses make for a positive experience! They are known more for their swamp guiding than their plantation tours, but luckily you can do both if you’d like!  Bonus: Cajun Pride picks up guests from most New Orleans area hotels.  They offer one of the least expensive options available.  Read our detailed post reviewing all of Cajun Pride tours.   

Dates/Times: Daily. 12:30 pm departures from New Orleans

Destinations: Laura or Oak Alley Plantations

Duration: 5-6 hours

Tour Price:

Cajun Pride has also been given a 4 ½ star rating, indicating that their service is at least as good as anything you’ll get from their competitors. They have had a couple unhappy customers from time to time, but most guests really enjoy the plantation tours offered by this company. Quite a few reviewers have left glowing comments about their tour guides and transportation. These outings are typically rated very highly by visitors who joined their significant others, family members or friends.

 


LEGENDARY TOURS 

Legendary Tours offers tours of Oak Alley in combination with Whitney Plantation. You’ll be in great hands with Edward, the company owner and guide. Looking for a personalized experience? Reach out to Edward! Customers say he is easygoing, well informed, and very accommodating, with the hospitality you would expect from New Orleans!

Dates/Times: Daily. Hotel pickup between 8 am – 8:30 am

Duration: 6-7 hours, includes two plantations plus travel time

Tour Price:

  • $85 – Adult
  • $60 – Child

Legendary Tours may in fact offer the best rated plantation tours in New Orleans. With an overall rating of 5 stars on TripAdvisor, they’re definitely a cut above the rest. Guests are typically very impressed with their tour guides and the amount of information provided, indicating that this trip is something that visitors must experience on a vacation to NOLA. Customers who brought either their friends or significant others were most likely to leave a positive review.

 


 

Other Companies

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PLANTATION/CITY/SWAMP TOUR COMBINATION TICKETS

Several companies offer discounts if you combine plantation tours with swamp or city tours.

Cajun Encounters offers $8 off the combined price .  They offer 2 options.

  • Plantation Tour (+) the Honey Island Swamp Tour
  • Plantation Tour (+) New Orleans City Bus and Cemetery Tour
  • Learn more here.

For the swamp tour, they use 22 passenger boats (not air boats) that give you a close encounter with plants and animals. For city bus tours, you are able to disembark for a closer look at several spots. While the combo’s $8 savings (5%) may not be a huge discount, what you’re getting is a guaranteed quality tour from a local company that has nearly 20 years of experience.

Most TripAdvisor reviews for their combo tours are very positive. They have had a couple unhappy customers, but these experiences clearly didn’t reflect the average journey with Cajun Encounters. A majority of reviewers were very impressed with these combination packages, suggesting that they were worth the money and provided a lot of entertainment value. These options were particularly popular among guests who went on these outings with their significant others.

 


Gray Line New Orleans

Gray Line offers 2 combination packages that include their plantation tours: a swamp and plantation tour combo and a plantation and city bus tour combo.  Gray Line offers 10% the price of each product when purchased as a package.

These combo deals are quite highly rated on TripAdvisor. Although there have been one or two unhappy customers, most people report that their combo packages offer a lot of bang for your buck. Several reviews suggest that Gray Line manages to continue providing excellent service across multiple tours on the same day. These combination deals are most popular with couples and visitors who joined their friends for the ride.

Swamp and Plantation Combo

Spend two days exploring with Gray Line’s option to save money by purchasing both the Swamp & Bayou Tour with the Oak Alley Plantation or Laura Plantation Tour (both top attractions of Louisiana).  BONUS: You save 10% by combining!  The 10% savings is a great deal, but make sure you have two days to spend on these tours. Cajun Encounters tour combos that offer both of these experiences in one day.  

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Plantation and Super City Combo

This tour can be done in one OR two days, and covers a lot of ground! See all of the city on the Super City Bus Tour, before visiting your choice of either Oak Alley or Laura Plantation. The discount for this combo is $14, a GREAT deal!

Get more information and purchase tickets.

 


Cajun Pride Tours 

In addition to their individual plantation tours, this company also provides a combo tour featuring one plantation and a visit to the swamps of New Orleans. The additional swamp tour is a 2-hour excursion out on the Louisiana Bayou. A professional guide will point out notable flora and fauna in the area as you look for alligators, turtles and exotic wildlife. The entire trip will last for approximately 7 hours, giving you plenty of time to immerse yourself into the history and culture of Cajun life.

Reviews for this combo tour are very positive, indicating that their new approach to combining services has worked out quite well. Some customers report that they were even given the opportunity to hold a baby alligator, which is definitely an interesting experience. Most guests appreciate the amount of information provided by their tour guides, indicating that this is both a fun and educational journey. As usual, their combo tours are most popular among visitors who brought their friends and/or significant others.

 


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