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My boyfriend and I took this tour a few weeks ago and it was AMAZING!! We had so much fun!! We saw 3 alligators in their natural habitat and we even got to hold a baby gator! Everyone was so nice, so informative and super funny! Would definitely recommend this tour!! Button up though, it get chilly going that fast in November!! :)
When we got home from our trip to New Orleans I asked my husband what his favorite thing we did was and he said,"The Airboat Tour!" I feel the same way~we did lots of different things and this was our second time in New Orleans so we have done lots of things but we both really liked seeing the gators, turtles, owls, etc. We had a small boat (there were 5 in our group and 1 other girl) and Richie was our guide and he was very personable and showed us and told us lots of interesting facts! We had beautiful weather and it was just a wonderful day to be with family and friends.
Great trip. My husband and I did this on my 50th while visiting New Orleans. What an amazing company, they constantly kept us informed and we were picked up by the driver who was wonderful and very informative about New Orleans history. The airboat driver was also a wonderful guy. It was an awesome trip.
We had a fabulous time on this tour. Our tour leader was informative and funny . The fact he was raised in the bayou made it even more entertaining. He had great stories and even jumped in the water to get a small alligator for us to see and hold. We would highly recommend this tour to anyone going to New Orleans.
What a wonderful time from the driver to the Swamp tour guide - Lil Lou! Everyone was knowledgeable, funny and just made us glad we chose this excursion.
Everything exceeded our expectations; the transportation, weather, fan boat, our guide, swamp, and alligators! Very enjoyable tour.
This was the best thing we did during our stay in NOLA. Ellen was great and our airboat operator, Steve, was terrific. He gave us considerable info about the bayous in Louisiana and we got to see lots and lots of alligators - even got to hold a baby one! Definitelybworth it to take a small boat. We got to go where the bigger boats couldn't.
Great tour, the van driver was super friendly and gave us lots of history, the airboat ride was awesome, the guide was great. Definitely recommend this.
This tour was amazing! From our pick up at the hotel till they dropped us off back at the hotel a good time was had by all in my group. Our driver/tour guide Dillon was very fun, insightful, and just a great guy. He provided a great education on the history of New Orleans and the area around on the way to the place where we picked up the airboat. Our Captain Tik Tok on the boat was a lot of fun, he took us to areas where we saw up close and personal at least 5 gators ranging from 4 feet up to a 12 footer named Vicki! This is a must do excursion for anyone going to New Orleans!!!
well worth the money. If you want to see alligators, this is a must do trip.
I really enjoyed the airboat ride. The tour on the way to the airboat location was excellent! Ginnie was great and even taught my group and I some French! Had an amazing time, will defintely use Viator on future trips
Amazing!!! Best tour by far! We could have stayed out there all day! Our swamp tour guide Rich was great!!
Very entertaining and informative. The ride through the swamp was gorgeous, and then the guide's moving us into the smaller rivers to find alligators, and feed them was exciting. He knew where they were likely to be, and we got very close up views of the huge fifteen foot gator coming right up to the boat to receive a chicken handout. He also let my granddaughter hold his pet gator, about a foot or two long, while he explained the biology of the animals. Then a very fast ride across the lake. It was quite an experience both for me, at 78, and my granddaughter, at 16. RLB