New Orleans: Historical Jewel on the Gulf....

Southern plantations, swamp tours, alligator feedings by the guides, tours of the “Big Easy” and a taste of Cajun cuisine await those who travel to this city. Known for its Southern hospitality, New Orleans will not disappoint you.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Afternoon: Arrive in New Orleans and board a chartered bus to visit Mobile, Alabama. In Mobile, you'll tour the U.S.S. Alabama and (if available) the U.S.S. Drum.
Evening: Return to New Orleans and enjoy dinner at Mulate's, a famous Cajun restaurant. After dinner there will be time to take a swim at your hotel.

Day 2: Morning: After breakfast, you'll have a guided tour of New Orleans including Lake Ponchatrain, the French Quarter (without Bourbon Street unless you request to include it) and the Cemetery.
Afternoon: Transfer to Westwago for a swamp and marsh tour and visit to a plantation house.
Evening: Transfer to the Natchez Riverboat for a dinner cruise with entertainment on the Mississippi River.

Day 3: Morning: After checking out of the hotel, you'll transfer to the Superdome for a tour of the building. Lunch will be at the Hard Rock Cafe.
Afternoon: Free time to shop in the Jax Brewery and the open-air market. You can visit Cafe De'Mond and the Riverwalk area.
Evening: Return flight

This is a sample itinerary only. Groups By Design can customize this trip in any way necessary to meet the needs of your group.

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New Orleans Facts

Official Website
Travel Guide

Package Includes

Round-trip airfare

Bus transportation and transfers in New Orleans

Hotel accommodation


Day trips

Guides and entry fees.

Optional trip insurance is highly recommended and is available at an additional cost.

Please contact us for a price quote for your group.


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