New Orleans Sightseeing Tours
Land Tours & Sightseeing
New Orleans has some of the most exotic and abundant wildlife just outside the city limits. Be transported to the wild side of Louisiana by motorcoach and swamp boat, where you will see alligators, raccoons, rare birds and experience the infamous Cajun Bayou.
Water Activities & Cruises
Enjoy a 2 hour evening cruise from the heart of the French Quarter. See New Orleans, one of the world's most active ports, as it can best be seen from the river aboard New Orleans' Steamboat NATCHEZ.
Experience the romance of New Orleans on the Mississippi as you enjoy a New Orleans' style buffet dinner and listen to live jazz by the Dukes of Dixieland, aboard New Orleans' Steamboat NATCHEZ!
Enjoy a two-hour cruise from the heart of the French Quarter. See New Orleans, one of the world's most active ports, as it can best be seen from the river aboard New Orleans' Steamboat NATCHEZ.
This two-hour cruise takes you back when cotton was king and life was slow and graceful as the current on the Mississippi river. Enjoy a buffet lunch and let the Steamboat NATCHEZ show you New Orleans, as it can best be seen, from the water.
New Orleans Steamboat Natchez Sunday Jazz Brunch Cruise invites you to climb aboard the iconic Steamboat for a Sunday Cruise on the Mississippi river filled with live jazz music, a delicious brunch and memorable sights of New Orleans cityscape from the water.
Walking & Biking Tours
Spooky but fun - A nighttime walking tour of the French Quarter is sure to give you goose bumps! See why New Orleans has been referred to as "The most haunted city in America."
Take a walk through the French Quarter's famous bars and restaurants and discover the history of the city's celebrated cocktails. Tour includes interesting and fun stories of New Orleans famous "spirits". It's history...with a twist!
Feel the gentle breeze of Southern hospitality on a tour that takes you back to the glory of the Old South and visit to one of the most historic and beautiful homes in Louisiana, the Oak Alley Plantation.