Imagine gliding through the swamps of Louisiana on a boat, taking in all the sights and sounds of the area. When you plan Louisiana Swamp tours, you can experience the swamp and its habitants while enjoying the beautiful scenery, listening to the swamp sounds. Tours vary, but there are boats that can hold many passengers and take them deep into the swamp and experience all the area has to offer. Cameras are welcome, as there is so much to see and tourists will want pictures to remember their journey through the swamps of Cajun country in Louisiana.
Both adults and children enjoy Louisiana swamp tours. There is so much to see, as the swamp is alive with plants, exotic birds and creatures, such as alligators and other reptiles. Tourist may also catch a glimpse of a white-tail deer, a mink or egret. When gliding through the swamp its best to have the cameras ready to catch the wildlife before it flees. This swamp experience is like no other for people new to the area. Until they see it, tourists may not realize the beauty that a swamp holds or the many sights and sounds that one misses out on dry land.
Some airboat Louisiana swamp tours take out fewer passengers, so the guide can take the boat into deeper areas of the swamp and see the most exotic sites. This gives tourist a deeper look into swamp life and more to see as the airboat cuts deep into the water, carrying the passenger under the hanging moss and through muggy swamp air. Some tourists choose both a pontoon boat and air boat tours, so they can get a well-rounded swamp experience and see all the area has to offer. These tours attract people from all over the U.S.
The guides are native to the area and know their way around the swamp. They can offer tourists interesting facts and also tell some entertaining stories during the tour. Many of the passengers appreciate the knowledge and storytelling skills these guides possess, as it ads to their Louisiana swamp tours experience. The guides actually know some much about the swamps that they give more information than you can find in books, because they live it. Many of them work as fisherman, trappers or crabbers and understand the area well.