Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Small-Group Swamp Boat Tour of Cajun Country from New Orleans. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Both the guide and Roland were fascinating in their presentation about the Cajun history and life on the Bayou. I have told many people how this was a special experience, long to remember.
Absolutely lovely, relaxing trip. Our guide was a lovely man, really friendly and knowledgeable.
The tour guide was what made it special in my mind. He was a wealth of information, non-stop.
We love swamps! It was cloudy no gators that day but scenery was amazing
What a great trip! We took this in October with grandparents and a groups of grand kids (ages 3, 4, 7, 8). The boat ride was smooth and easy, the scenery was amazing. The kids really enjoyed seeing alligators up close and learning all about the bayou. Highly recommended if you want an easy, gentle boat ride through the swamps of Louisiana.
It was an unforgettable experience. We would return again with our children and our friends. Capitaine Roland Torres exudes enthusiasm about his water world on the bayou. Mike (Ontario)
Beautiful and educational! Loved our guides stories - his own experiences were incredible to hear about.
This was a wonderful tour. It was everything I expected and more. The captain was a superb guide and a real Cajun native. We got to see many alligators and feed them up close. The Bayou was beautiful. This tour was very informative and entertaining. Not to be missed.
This was a highlight on our trip. Our guide was great. Even caught us an alligator. Was really worth taking.
Lou L C
Great trip. Like the small group. Would have liked it to be longer!
United States of America
This was an extraordinary tour for many reasons. Our tour guide was concerned about our safety on the swamp because it had been raining, thundering and lightening and he did not want to take us out into the swamp until it was safe. We waited about 15 min and then we took off. It was over cast but there was a roof over us so we did not get wet and we were all given a towel to ensure we stayed drived. We saw a couple of alligators and Captain Torres (I believe was his name) shared his life of living on the Bayou and in the swamps his entire life. You don't realize how different a life style could be but he shared how he lived and he loved his childhood. It's not a long ride, but he is narrating the entire time so you can understand everything you see and how dangerous it could be if you were out in the swamps by yourself. I was fascinated with the histroy of the Bayou and his life living on the Bayou. I wish it had been sunny as it might have looked more like this picture but the over cast day did not deter me from thoroughly enjoying this tour.