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Louisiana Car Rental

If you are thinking of visiting beautiful Louisiana in the southeastern United States, consider traveling with Happy Tours for uncomplicated and convenient tours. The state is full of amazing tours and we want to make them all easy for you.

Famous for its extensive swampy area, Louisiana is known for its Jazz-style music culture and lots and lots of typical dancing. When we talk about Louisiana, we also talk about, among other countless other qualities, art.

Birthplace of incredible artists and stunning landscapes, the state has its French and French-Canadian origins, reflected in all the cultural expressions present in the cities: from cuisine to regional tours. 

Louisiana: French Canadian cultural cradle

All of Louisiana's tours have cultural remnants of its origins, whether French, African, French-Canadian, or American. There is a wide diversity of places to visit in the state, pleasing all tastes. 

For musical tours, the Preservation Hall is a perfect place to enjoy the good traditional Louisiana Jazz. For local historical programs, the Louisiana State Museum, in the French Quarter, will be a great destination. 

Besides the cultural and historical tours, Louisiana also provides stunning natural tours with direct contact with Mother Nature. Louisiana's forests are home to memorable trees and extensive swampy rivers.

Culinary tours are also highlights in the state, the mainstays of American cuisine being creole and cajun cuisine. The food is known for its varied seasoning, and ingredients such as mustard, paprika, and thyme are not to be missed. 

The privileged location of the region allows that the tours in Louisiana can be extended to Mexico, to the big cities like Orlando and Miami, or even to the incredible state of North Carolina.

Getting to know Louisiana

Below, check out the top tours to take in the Louisiana region!

Atchafalaya National Heritage Area

The Atchafalaya River tour offers an incredible water trail with diverse wetland wildlife. This is even a historically significant program, stemming from aquatic memories and regional people. 

The freshwater Atchafalaya Basin is a Louisiana National Heritage Area with mountainous forests and an amazing historical past. Enjoy this nature program and explore the organic beauty of the largest freshwater wetland. 

Avery Island

This tour is guaranteed to provide unforgettable experiences to last a lifetime. Perfect for a family vacation, Avery Island is an island with wild animals living freely. Like the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area, this is another outdoor program.

The island is home to the factory of the Tabasco brand, known for its hot sauce products. The company also provides a unique and extraordinary experience in a mysteriously beautiful place.

St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square

The oldest cathedral in the United States is located in Louisiana, and more precisely in New Orleans, and is one of the most coveted tours in the region. The programs for this destination are guided by trained professionals. 

The cathedral is in Jackson Square which, by itself, is an example of good taste and exuberant walks. Be sure to visit the St. Louis Cathedral and all its surroundings. 

Louisiana is a state with amazing destinations, both for its nature, with incredible landscapes, and for the various artistic expressions. If you are interested in these destinations, you will probably love these other places like New Mexico and North Dakota.

For car rental in Louisiana, consider Happy Hour as a partner for your travels, whatever the destination. In a practical, uncomplicated way that meets all your needs.

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