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Celebrate New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours’ 5th Year Anniversary

The group offers national and foreign visitors New Orleans' delightful beauty to commemorate a swamp tour tradition that has been in effect within the tourism scene for 6 years

Louisiana - The New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours is currently in the middle of celebrations. Because of its 6th anniversary, it's expected that people from all over the American territory and the world will be scheduling an experience in the most special side found in the jazz capital, according to its co-founder, David Rack.

The team behind New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours welcomes both traveling fans as well as those wishing to relax alongside their family members from the stress of everyday-life at the Gulf Coast on any of the available swamp tours. Unparalleled walks through museums, emblematic churches, peaceful waters, beautiful fauna, and even film sets are available all in one place; however, the primary goal of the company is for the visitants to "create eternal memories to treasure".

Alexander J. Nash, operations manager and part of the eco-guide crew, expressed his enthusiasm regarding the fact that tourism in New Orleans has been under a significant boost during last two years, almost proportionally to the magnitude of the region's festivities. A statement supported by the Excellence Certificate awarded by Tripadvisor and a barrage of positive reviews online, among which the "wonderful service" always stand out.

Pick the best swamp tour

This region of the Southeastern United States offers a wide range of tourist attractions in which gastronomy that delights visitors, history, culture, tradition and scenic beauty converge. On the last section, probably the most prominent activity are the kayak trips, which in addition to having an official place in the Olympic Games, is known as a sport discipline of great versatility in which everyone can participate, an element that contributes to its popularity, according to Forbes, and the birth of this tourism venture.

Within this touring dynamic promoted by the New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours brochure, there is the Honey Island Swamp Tour,  including a break to cool off swimming in the river or rope swing, and the beautiful and peaceful Manchac and Maurepas Swamp Tour. Here the guide Jeffrey Chitek guarantees the most magnificent photos for social media in front of the incredible wildlife, he also offers himself as a volunteer expert photographer.

On the other hand, clients also can book walking tours through the Garden District, characterized by its beautiful mansions, and the Lafayette Cemetery walking tour, filled with historical legacy, in addition to the famous French Quarter where the European heritage of the place is evidenced.

According to the website of the company, all tours have last 2 hours approximately, selected individually. However, those hoping to have both experiences can opt for different packages. The company is offering special prices of 5% off when using the New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours coupon.

About New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours

The tour company started 6 years ago, initiated by a group of nature and adventure enthusiasts who wanted to contribute with a fun service that was also friendly to the environment. Another of its co-founders, Michael Fischer, says he is extremely proud to see how the project "went from being a little dream to positioning itself as one of New Orleans' best-known activities"; to which even celebrities can't resist.

The idea behind the swamp tours is to provide freedom through physical activity, strengthen the synchrony and connection between loved ones and promote the preservation of culture.

People wanting to get in touch with the New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours team or book a trip may find more information:

Telephone: (504) 571-9975

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Company Name: New Orleans Kayak Swamp Tours
Contact Person: Jeffrey Chitek
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Phone: 504-571-9975
Country: United States
Website: https://www.NewOrleansKayakSwampTours.com



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