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Authentic Louisiana

From brass to bayous, po’ boys to pralines, and jazz to jambalaya – there’s a lot to experience in Louisiana. Come for sights, sounds and flavors you won’t find anywhere else in the world and what locals call, “joie de vivre” – the joy of life. This is a place where strangers become friends on every step of your journey. Experience exciting swamp excursions, unique museums, fascinating historic sites, great craft breweries, peaceful state parks, charming accommodations and more can’t-miss spots.



Trip Infos

  • Discover the soul and heart of Louisiana

  • Spice Up your experience with Cajun Cuisine

  • Step back in time on the Plantation road

  • Immersion into the Bayou

  • Meet the Acadians culture

Duration:  6 Days / 5 Nights 


  • Day 1-3: New Orleans - One11 Hotel

  • Day 3-4: Baton Rouge.- Renaissance hotel

  • Day 4-6: Lafayette - Maison D'Mémoires

Estimated Price: $1, 990 per person

(Based on 2 Adults / Mix Shared & Private Activities)



Welcome to New Orleans ! Upon arrival, pick-up your car rental to your hotel. 

No matter the time of year, New Orleans welcomes its visitors in a grand way to experience Caribbean, Spanish, French and African cultures colliding in a brilliant explosion of flavors, emotions and sounds. Music is everywhere, people live to eat and every day is a party here in the birthplace of jazz, which is also home to Creole cuisine, centuries-old Spanish oak trees and clacking streetcars. With a unique combination of city life, swamp tours, festivals, historical significance and revelry during Mardi Gras, New Orleans has the recipe to captivate everyone.

Night at: One11 Hotel - King room



Today, meet your guide for a spicy discovery of the French quarter. 

This walking tour showcases distinctive Creole and Cajun cuisines that bring food lovers back to the bayou year after year. Your guide will bring you to the best spots for tried-and-true Big Easy classics as well as innovative riffs on NOLA’s traditional dishes. Stop at five classic New Orleans-style food places that really showcase New Orleans culinary history. In addition to all the delectable foods you will be savoring, your wonderful guide will discuss the history, culture, and food scene of the neighborhood.

Night at: One11 Hotel - King room



Today, take the Plantation road to Baton and stop to tour 2 wonderful antebellum plantation 

Oak Alley; From its beginnings over 200 years ago, Oak Alley was just a land claim on a map. Today, Oak Alley is a National Historic Landmark, dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history its inhabitants left behind. With an emphasis on its time as a sugar plantation, visitors are invited to walk under its iconic alley

Laura Plantation; Guillaume Duparc's sugar farming complex was originally called l'Habitation Duparc, then years later, renamed the Laura Plantation.  At its largest size, it was approximately 12,000 acres, which included properties amassed over time.  In 1804, Duparc, a French naval veteran of the American Revolution, acquired the property.

Night at: Renaissance Baton Rouge - King room



Today, drive to Lafayette, making a stop at Atchafalaya National Wildlife Refuge for an epic private bayou Adventure. Explore acres of authentic Louisiana swamps and waterways on a New Orleans swamp tour that gets you up close and personal with Alligators! Strap in, it’s one wild ride!

Night at: Maison D'Mémoires - Garden Cottage



After a morning at leisure, learn about the history and legacy of the Acadian people. 

The early Acadian settlers lived a very simple life. They were peace-loving people who made the most with the available materials around them.

When they realized that corn could be grown successfully, it proved to be a blessing to their existence due to its varied uses. Corn could be made into hominy, grits, and cornmeal. The corn shucks were used to make dolls, mattresses, hats, and brooms. It was also used to smoke out mosquitoes. Dampened corn shucks were braided into rope and used for chair seats and hats. Cobs were used for stoppers and as kindling for fires.

Night at: Maison D'Mémoires - Garden Cottage



Today, head back to New Orleans driving through the Houma' s Bayou.

Drop-off your car rental and fly to your next destination. 

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