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  • Local: New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Duração: 6 horas (aproximadamente)
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Avaliado por: Nanette D , Julho 2016

Once on this trip it was a wonderful experience. The tour guides were friendly and informative. The locations were wonderful. I had an incredible experience there!!! Both of the locations were a treat to enjoy.

Avaliado por: YA-PEI C , Junho 2016

very good

Avaliado por: Robin O , Junho 2016

This tour was the highlight of my trip to New Orleans. It came highly recommended to me by a friend and I was so happy I did it.
Our bus driver was awesome. She was so upbeat and told some great stories. Big thumbs up!

Avaliado por: David J , Maio 2016

Very informative and well organized.

Avaliado por: elleng , United States of America, Abril 2016

Laura Plantation tour was fabulous. Rose, the tour guide, was incredible. She really emoted the history of this plantation and made it so very interestingl Oak Alley is gorgeous, a real southern belle. The tour guide was informative and all the staff were in period costume. Definitely a hit!!

Avaliado por: Connie N , Dezembro 2015

We had a great day on this tour!

Avaliado por: Jeaneen W , Dezembro 2015

This was a fabulous tour! We learned so much about plantation life in the Big Easy! The grounds were beautiful and the tour guides were well informed as well as entertaining. The driver on our bus was an awesome guide as well telling us all about the sites as we drove to the plantations. I definitely recommend this tour to anyone interested in the history of plantation life in New Orleans.

Avaliado por: Henry S , Outubro 2016

The bus came about 40 mins late with being informed earlier. The bus driver was friendly and cheerful. The drive to the plantation was quite enjoyable and the bus was not packed to the full capacity.

Avaliado por: Jessica P , Setembro 2016

Kathy was wonderful, loved her personal stories. The plantation tours were great and very interesting, but we needed another hour at Oak Valley to enjoy and explore the grounds.

Avaliado por: Justyna W , Maio 2016

We really loved Laura, but did not like Oak Alley. Oak gave us very little information. They had people dressed up telling us where the bedrooms were, living room, etc. but no real historical information. At Laura we left with some information. It was also too big of a group. You can tell they are just trying to make as much money as possible and less about the experience

Avaliado por: Sherri O , Abril 2016

This tour was disappointing. Our bus driver had very little input on our way to the first stop. What he did say was that during hurricane Katrina someone shot a helicopter out of air that was dropping off supplies to the survivors, killing the pilot. I have not found anything to back this story up.The bus we were in barely made it over Veterans bridge, he said it had been in the shop the day before to get fixed. He kept the bus very cold despite complaints to turn the ac down. The tour at Laura plantation was okay, don't expect a lot of information regarding the slaves. Most of the information shared was about the owners. The group was actually too big to get to see everything or get good pictures. At the Oak Alley plantation we had to wait quite awhile for the tour to begin and then we were rushed to finish. There was very little time to walk down the path under the oak trees and get photos, there was no time to read all the information regarding the slaves and the slave quarters. We decided to forego lunch in order to get some pictures. We did get a new bus for the trip back but unfortunately the bus driver was the same.