Explore la vida silvestre y la cultura de Louisiana fuera de Big Easy en este viaje de un día completo desde Nueva Orleans hasta la ciudad rural de Vacherie. Recorra un pantano en una lancha rápida al aire libre para 6 o 9 pasajeros con amplias oportunidades para ver animales salvajes en su hábitat natural, y luego recorra una casa de plantación antes de la guerra con un clásico callejón de robles cuando regrese a la costa.
Viaje de día completo a la ciudad rural de Vacherie desde Nueva Orleans
Ver animales nativos desde una lancha rápida al aire libre.
Tour Oak Alley Plantation, una casa histórica
Transporte de ida y vuelta desde los hoteles de Nueva Orleans.
Encuéntrelo en su hotel de Nueva Orleans entre las 8:30 y las 9 a.m. y conduzca 35 minutos hacia el campo para llegar a Oak Alley Plantation. Sube a bordo de un hidrodeslizador de 6 o 9 pasajeros con asientos graduados estilo estadio para comenzar la primera parte de tu recorrido. Viaja a través de aguas poco profundas a una velocidad de hasta 35 millas por hora (56 kilómetros por hora), mientras aprendes acerca de la vida silvestre circundante de un guía con amplios conocimientos sobre el ecosistema local. Haz zoom por los pantanos, los pantanos y las aguas del lago en tu camino hacia los hábitats de cocodrilos, donde podrás ver de cerca a estos antiguos reptiles y aprender sobre sus vidas. Busque periódicamente para ver las especies de aves que también llaman hogar a la zona, como las águilas calvas, los pelícanos, las águilas pescadoras y los búhos. Al final de la excursión en barco, regrese a la costa para recorrer la plantación Oak Alley del siglo XIX, una típica plantación de preguerra. Camina por un clásico callejón de robles colgado con musgo español en el camino a la casa, y luego conoce a tu docente para una visita guiada dentro. Después, pase una hora libre vagando por la propiedad de 25 acres o comiendo en el restaurante y la cafetería en el sitio (por cuenta propia). La excursión concluirá cuando su conductor lo lleve de regreso a su hotel en Nueva Orleans.
We were picked up at the hotel and the driver had good knowledge of the area, and told us stories of the area. Oak alley was very nice and the tour guides were very good. I just wish we could spend more time there, but we needed to get to the air boat. So, the air boat was fun and the boat driver also had great knowledge of the swamp area and wild life. We saw many alligators, turtles and fish. We had alligators right up next to the boat and the driver would touch his head with his bare hand. I will defiantly do another air boat ride again.
Our visit to Oak Alley was interesting, the hierarchy of slavery was different to my preconceived ideas. The trees were amazing, the house was very grand from the outside. The only negative was the complex was far away from the air boat ride and the drive was too long.
We appreciate the the 4 star review. Distance from one locaiton to the other is a problem. When we offer the tours, you can choose to go on two different dates as individual tours or what we call the time saver trip, where you get both tours in a combo tour in the same day.
The unfortunate part is that Oak Alley is 70 miles from the French Quarter, it is 80 miles from Oak Alley to the swamp tour dock., and only 22 miles from the swamp tour dock to the French Quarter.
Destrehan Plantation tour would have been a better choice for the combo tour.
Would have received 5* rating if it weren't for the combo. Airboat ride was fantastic! Our guide, Lawrence, knew the best places to go for alligator sightings. Took his time at spots we were obviously intrigued with. Small group is definitely the way to go! Plantation was almost boring. Short tour, with only 5 rooms viewed. Most items/buildings were replications. Wish we would have chosen a different plantation to visit with more history.
Lucky us- it had snowed in Louisiana the day before our trip so our driver had to find a detour to the plantation- and she succeeded! Not enough time at oak alley(due to said detour). Was nice. Loved speeding on the airboat and seeing swamps etc
The double-booking (Plantation Tour and Air Boat Swamp Tour) is the way to go. The Plantation Tour was beautiful, informative and educational. The swamp tour, with talks about the flora and wildlife, as well as an exhillerating ride through the Louisiana swamp was great. What a memorable day this was!
This trip was amazing! Really informative tour of the plantation, and the airboat ride was really excellent. Lots of great photos of alligators and thrill rides with the small airboat travelling at speed.
Airboat tour fantastic, brilliant guide and exhilarating ride! Plantation tour overcrowded, way too many groups onsite and too many in our group. Would have learnt more or as much by reading up and visiting individually. Disappointing.
I really enjoyed the oak alley plantation. However since it's a combo tour it would have been nice to have a little more time at the plantation. The docents were excellent at explaining the history. The slave quarters have been reconstructed. Be aware that there are approximately 22 steps to go up to the second floor of the plantation house. If you are unable to go up the stairs, they did say they provide a video of it for you to watch. All in all it is worth the time to see. There were a lot of people there when we attended as a steam boat had docked on the Mississippi river and those guests were touring as well. The oaks are majestic. The second half of the tour was an absolute thrill for me. The smaller airboat tour allowed us to get up close and personal with the swamp, marsh, cypress and gators. Our tour guide Rocky rocked our tour. I couldn't believe all the gators we found. You will not be disappointed. I loved the speed of the airboat. So if you have a need for speed and a interest in the area you will love it. We even held a baby gator!
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