Hidden Adventure Tours
Kayak & Plantation
Find what is hidden…
If you are looking for a pristine, majestic, and picturesque swamp tour experience, we believe we have the experience for you! Turtles, alligators, heron, and cypress, surround us as we wind our way through the Manchac Swamp. Located about 35 mins from the quarter, we have transportation options available when you book. The Manchac Swamp tour doesn’t provide the variety of “cultural” experiences as the funky backwoods Honey Island swamp tour does, but it makes up for that by providing some of the most quintessential swamp setting views, abundant wildlife potential and a multitude of beautiful natural sights.
Combine a cultural plantation tour, a cajun food stop and a kayak tour of Manchac Swamp to fulfill a day with exploring, feasting and learning. We combined our favorite plantation tour (we have experienced) of the Whitney Plantation with a notable stop at a cajun food restaurant (food purchase optional) and then a jaunt off into the swamps by kayak with your experienced guide. A full day of adventuring that will leave you with memories, great photos and a peaceful reprieve from New Orleans. A great way to spend a day touring some hidden gems of the path less traveled.
If you like to explore wild places, if you dream of the strange, if the unfamiliar doesn’t scare you, and the backwoods makes you smile. We have the experience for you.
Don’t let yourself be crammed into a motorized swamp boat tour that feeds marshmallows to alligators…
Join us and take the path less traveled!
Located in New Orleans, LA 70119
Phone: (504) 534-5527
Address: Pickup location is near french quarter, please see your confirmation email for location.
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