6-Day New Orleans, Oak Alley Plantation, Mississippi River, Baton RougeTour from New Orleans with Airport Transfer

  • Tour code: 062-5926
  • Available: Wed
  • Depart from: New Orleans, LA
  • Duration: 6 Days 5 Nights
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Highlights:

Visit New Orleans, LA, Avery Island, LA, Baton Rouge, LA.

Special Remarks:

  • Visit the second tourism city in the United States, the birthplace of jazz and enjoy the most traditional jazz.
  • Visit the world famous Pepper factory,Oak Alley Plantation,and the location of the Twilight
  • Get close to the alligators
  • A panoramic view of the Mississippi River at the tallest state building of the United States
  • Taste authentic south Cajun seafood

Pricing Details

Single: $716
Double (/Person): $628
Third Person Adult: $340
Child : $340
Fourth Person Adult: $340
Child : $340

Note: *Price in USD is based on the lowest price per person per room over the next 30 days. Exact prices are displayed when you select a date.

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 New Orleans
  • Day 2 New Orleans
  • Day 3 New Orleans
  • Day 4 New Orleans
  • Day 5 New Orleans - Avery Island(109 miles)
  • Day 6 Baton Rouge
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Day 1 New Orleans

As guests arrive at the New Orleans Airport, they will go to the luggage carousel to meet with the tour guide, who will help them transfer to the hotel. After that, guests will have the option of joining in a jazz night tour of the city at their own expense.

The city known as the "Big Easy" is most famous for its colorful and exciting Mardi Gras celebration. Visitors will marvel at its distinctive Cajun culture and cuisine that is unlike anything else in the world.

Standard Hotel: Best Western Plus or Hyatt Place or similar

Day 2 New Orleans

Today, we will arrive in New Orleans, where we will visit the Oak Alley Plantation. We will also go on a swamp tour in the Bayou. Afterwards, we will have the chance to go to go to a crocodile viewing area.

The city known as the "Big Easy" is most famous for its colorful and exciting Mardi Gras celebration. Visitors will marvel at its distinctive Cajun culture and cuisine that is unlike anything else in the world.

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    This historic plantation on the Mississippi River in southeastern Louisiana is a National Historic Landmark. In addition to its function as a museum, the Oak Alley Plantation has served as a set for films and TV shows.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $25; Child (3-12 yrs) $7; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $25|Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 9:00am - 5:00pm|Duration: Approx. 3 Hours
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    Get up close and personal with the bayou! These tours take guests into protected swamps to see some of the South's unique indigenous wildlife. Guests may even meet an alligator! These guided tours are fun and informative.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $34; Child (3-12 yrs) $26; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $34|Duration: Approx. 2 Hours
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    This beautiful wetlands preserve is just north of New Orleans. Legend has it that the Rougarou, the infamous Cajun werewolf, resides here, along with crocodiles and other wildlife. Swamp tours are available through this placid area.
Standard Hotel: Best Western Plus or Hyatt Place or similar

Day 3 New Orleans

In the morning, we will leave for the French Quarter, where we will visit the St. Louis Cathedral and the Governor's Palace before strolling along the mighty Mississippi River. Afterwards, we will go to the famous Café du Monde to enjoy some special French treats. In the evening, we can choose to view the sunset at Flying Park, stay in the city for a thrilling night tour or go out to sample the local cuisine.

The city known as the "Big Easy" is most famous for its colorful and exciting Mardi Gras celebration. Visitors will marvel at its distinctive Cajun culture and cuisine that is unlike anything else in the world.

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    This historic park in the French Quarter is home to the St. Louis Cathedral. It's history dates all the way back to 1721, when it was built by French colonists in the area.
    Duration: Approx. 4 Hours
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    The most famous area of New Orleans is also the oldest. Dating back to the city's founding in 1718, this National Historic Landmark district is known for its nightlife, restaurants, and celebrations. Its most famous locale is Bourbon Street.
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    Cajun food, the local cuisine of New Orleans and the bayou, is known for being a delicious, spicy mix of seafood, especially shrimp and catfish, and meats like chicken and pork.
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    One of the best New Orleans walking tours which are theatrical, historical and entertaining. Guide you to explore the sinister and mysterious aspects of New Orleans.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $20; Child (3-12 yrs) $13; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $20|Duration: Approx. 2 Hours
Standard Hotel: Best Western Plus or Hyatt Place or similar

Day 4 New Orleans

In the morning, we will visit the World War II Museum, before continuing to the Mississippi Riverside, where we will be able to visit the Riverside Corridor for 3 hours . Afterwards, we will go to Harrah's for about 3 hours and then have the chance to take a cruise down the mighty Mississippi. Later, we will go to the Riverside Outlets for 3 hours.

The city known as the "Big Easy" is most famous for its colorful and exciting Mardi Gras celebration. Visitors will marvel at its distinctive Cajun culture and cuisine that is unlike anything else in the world.

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    The National WWII Museum, formerly known as the D-Day Museum, is a military history museum located in the Central Business District of New Orleans, Louisiana, on Andrew Higgins Drive between Camp Street and Magazine Street. The museum focuses on the contribution made by the United States to Allied victory in World War II.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $27; Child (3-12 yrs) $18; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $24|Duration: Approx. 2 Hours
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    Take a ride on this old-fashioned steamboat down the Mighty Mississippi River to experience what life was like for someone like author Mark Twain in the 1800s. On Sundays, the boat runs a jazz brunch cruise.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $44; Child (6-12 yrs) $22; Child (2-5 yrs) $9; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $44; Steamboat Natchez (including lunch)|Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 8:00am - 6:30pm
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    This walking tour of New Orleans is one of the best ways to explore the city after dark. It is dramatic, historic, and entertaining, providing you with interesting facts and some of the more sinister legends from New Orleans' history.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $25; Child (3-12 yrs) $15; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $25
Standard Hotel: Best Western Plus or Hyatt Place or similar

Day 5 New Orleans - Avery Island(109 miles)

Today, we will travel to the Oil Drilling Museum in Louisiana. In the afternoon, we will go to the Tabasco Sauce Factory on Avery Island.

The city known as the "Big Easy" is most famous for its colorful and exciting Mardi Gras celebration. Visitors will marvel at its distinctive Cajun culture and cuisine that is unlike anything else in the world.

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    Louisiana and Texas are both famous American energy source,especially Louisiana.Louisiana produces 1/3 of the oil and gas in the United States and also the home of shale oil.The offshore oil drilling fluid of many oil companies is distributed throughout Louisiana.
    Duration: Approx. 1 Hour

Avery Island is a massive salt dome 140 miles west of New Orleans, and more popularly known as the source of Tabasco Sauce. A natural paradise surrounded by bayous, the island is home to many exotic birds and plants.

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    Spice up your travel with a trip to the Tabasco Sauce Factory on Avery Island. Tour the factory, enjoy food tastings, attend seasonal festivals, and visit the jungle gardens to view exotic birds and plants on the island.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $10; Child (3-12 yrs) $8; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $10|Opening Hours: Daily 9:00am - 4:00pm, Pepper Sauce bottling on Monday–Thursday only
Standard Hotel: Best Western Plus or Hyatt Place or similar

Day 6 Baton Rouge

Today, we will travel to Baton Rouge, home to the tallest State Capitol Building in the U.S., which will provide us with amazing views of the Mississippi River. Then, we will go to the Old Parliament House. Along the way, we will see the Pontchartrain Bridge. Afterwards, the tour will come to an end. Guests should arrange their departure flights after 2:00pm.

The capital of the U.S. state of Louisiana and its second-largest city. It forms the county seat of East Baton Rouge Parish and is located on the eastern bank of the Mississippi River.

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    This incredible Art Deco-style building that dominates the skyline of the Louisiana capital. In addition to being the center of the state's government, the building is a National Historic Landmark and member of the Register of National Historic Places.
    Duration: Approx. 1 Hour
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    Modeled after the White House, this member of the National Register of Historic Places was constructed by controversial depression-era politician Huey Long. It was added to the NRHP in 1975 and the museum as it is today opened in 1978.
    Duration: Approx. 30 Minutes
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    The Maestri Bridge, originally known as the Pontchartrain Bridge and later as the Watson-Williams Pontchartrain Bridge and the Five Mile Bridge, opened on February 18, 1928, carries U.S. Route 11 across Lake Pontchartrain between New Orleans and Slidell, Louisiana, in the United States.

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