Vacationing in Louisiana? Be Sure to Experience a New Orleans’ Swamp Tour!

Kayak swamp tours

Looking for something fun to do over the weekend? What about your next family vacation? If you haven’t taken a kayak tour before, why not take the family on a tour of the swamp in New Orleans?

You’re probably well-aware that your family is happy when everyone gets to participate in planning the family vacation. Then there’s the vacation itself, which, of course, makes them even happier. When you’re looking for an adventure that the entire family will love, doesn’t a kayak tour sound fun and exhilarating?

If you haven’t been to New Orleans yet, you may be interested to learn that this city was founded in 1718 and is almost 300 years old. In 2015, Louisiana had 28.9 visitors, and the city of New Orleans hosted 9.78 million itself. During 2019, it’s believed that Louisiana will have 31.5 million visitors, which points to just how popular this area is as a travel destination.

There are more wetlands, for example, in Louisiana than anywhere else in the United States. This includes coastal swamps, marshes, and estuaries. Just imagine taking a kayak tour through these natural wildlife habitats and learning about the history of the area!

Another point of interest is the Bayou Bartholomew, which is the longest bayou in the entire world. It is 375 miles long, and stretches across both Arkansas and Louisiana. It’s also the home of over 100 different types of fish along with other types of wildlife which you may just encounter.

The temperature is nice in Louisiana, too. On average, it’s 69.5 degrees Fahrenheit, which makes for comfortable weather when going on a kayak tour. While you may want to bring a sweater or jacket just in case, you may not need it.

When you go kayaking in New Orleans, you’ll be able to relax, enjoy the scenery, and learn about the local wildlife. Chances are that you’ll have so much fun that you’ll start planning your next swamp tour before you climb out of the kayak.

There are other attractions in New Orleans, each with their own unique history. Be sure to ask your kayak tour guide for recommendations, including where to enjoy the famous local cuisine.

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