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Oak Alley and Laura Plantation Tour with Transportation from New Orleans

Highlights
  • Visit both Oak Alley Plantation and Laura Plantation without renting a car
  • Beat the Louisiana heat while riding in an air-conditioned minibus
  • Learn about the history of plantation life in the US from a guide
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Oak Alley and Laura Plantation Tour with Transportation from New Orleans
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Oak Alley and Laura Plantation Tour with Transportation from New Orleans
From US$92.00
Overview

Tour both Oak Alley and Laura Plantation in one convenient trip, with transportation between the two and helpful hotel pickup and drop-off (at select New Orleans hotels) included. Stroll the plantations’ grounds with a group of like-minded travelers to gain a better understanding for this era of American history. You’ll learn about a woman-owned plantation, see 300-year-old oak trees, and view slave quarters with your guide.

What to Expect

Your Oak Alley Plantation and Laura Plantation tour from New Orleans starts with a hotel pickup at select downtown New Orleans hotels. Board a minibus, and enjoy a comfortable ride to the plantations.

Stop at Laura Plantation to explore the 200-plus-year-old sugarcane plantation with your guide. Learn about what life was like there, as well as about the woman who inspired its name. Get the opportunity to walk through the main house, as well as the slave quarters.

Next up is Oak Alley Plantation, which was built in 1839. Gaze on the Mississippi River as your guide tells stories from the plantation’s past.

The tour concludes with drop-off at your New Orleans hotel.

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Reviewed 3 days ago
Visit to Oak Alley

We booked two plantation houses to do in one day, We firstly went to Laura Plantation (see my separate review) Oak Ally was a very beautiful house but I felt that it was very rushed and the guide we got was not at all passionate...More

Thank Jeanette M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Terrific tour, but Cajun Encounters just transported

Outstanding and memorable tours at Laura and Oak Alley (especially Laura - see my separate review), but Cajun Encounters just provided the transportation to get there. The driver was very nice and friendly, but no narration or history, just drove us out there (about an...More

Thank TravelDeer
Michael F, Owner at Cajun Encounters, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

I'm so glad you enjoyed the overall experience. I'm not sure why you driver guide did not provide a tour on the way to the plantation. I'll be investigating this and speaking with the driver and make sure the entire team is providing a planation...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Oak Alley plantation, its kind of ok i guess

We booked with cajun encounters for two separate tours, the Swamp tour which was incredible and the best 2 hours you could spend on a swamp, and the Oak Alley tour which to be honest, was just a bit rubbish. The swamp tour had everything...More

Thank Kirsty W
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fascinating Destinations

A must-see for this Australian tourist to New Orleans for the trees as well as the history, this was a highly anticipated day tour of my four-night stay, and a stark contrast to the vibrant (and colourful!) French Quarter. After a delayed start due to...More

Thank Alison T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rushed

Our booked 12:30pm tour on March 27th was cancelled and moved to 9 am. I understand things happen so got over that.Trip started out great with the bus driver giving us a lot of info about landmarks as we drove by. She then spoke a...More

Thank ChrisC9542QL
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Sue L
16 April 2018|
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Response from Guy P | Reviewed this property |
Provided you take a morning tour you will be back downtown by 3pm
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