New Orleans Swamp Tours. Airboat Tours
Welcome to New Orleans Swamp Tours LLC
New Orleans Swamp Tours offers our guests a thrilling and educational high speed airboat tours through the heart of New Orleans’ Cajun Country. Just 25 miles from Downtown New Orleans you can explore the wild swamps and bayous that meander through seemingly endless miles of Louisiana coastline.
Your New Orleans Airboat Tour is fully narrated by one of our U.S.C.G. captains as you journey deep into the swamps that was once home to the famous Pirate Jean Lafitte. Also, you will get up close and personal with Alligators, Snakes, Frogs, Nutria, Turtles, Fish, Blue Crabs, many different species of birds including waterfowl and many different species of native plants, swamp, and aquatic vegetation. Come explore this diverse eco-system that is unlike any other on the planet.
New Orleans Swamp Tours Daily Schedule
10:00 a.m. (pickup from hotel at 9:00 a.m.)
12:00 p.m. (pickup from hotel at 11:00 a.m.)
2:00 p.m. (pickup from hotel at 1:00 p.m.)
4:00 p.m. (pickup from hotel at 3:00 p.m.)
Daily New Orleans Airboat Tours
New Orleans Swamp Tours offers 4 airboat swamp tour adventures daily, with each tour lasting 1hr 45mins – 2 hrs, 7 days a week. Whether visiting New Orleans for a Convention, Sporting Event, Mardi Gras, or any number of local New Orleans Festivals (Jazz Fest), this airboat swamp tour adventure certainly needs to be added to your list of to-do’s.
Transportation available by New Orleans Swamp Tours
Transportation is available to and from your downtown New Orleans or French Quarter hotel. Our clean and comfortable shuttle buses work hard to maintain our published schedule. Customers Drive-Ups are also welcomed. Also, we encourage you to book your New Orleans airboat swamp tour directly on our website using our online reservation system or by calling us at 504-275-6674.
Packages and Group Events
Packages and Group Events are available for Corporate Outings, Corporate Team Building, Birthday Parties and Fishing Charters. All packages can also include first-class overnight accommodations in an old historic plantation home located on the property that is formerly the Mulligan Plantation.