This historical combo-tour of Natchez and New Orleans is filled with music, antebellum sightseeing and history. You’ll have a walking tour of the French Quarter, visit the Frogmore Plantation and the Historic Homes in Natchez. You’ll hear music on a Dixieland Jazz Dinner Cruise. Then at a Cajun Dance Hall, a Slave Wedding and the Delta Blues Museum. This is Best scheduled in the Spring and Fall.
Lafayette, LA is the “Happiest City in America.” There is a Joie de vivre (zest for life) here that doesn’t quite exist anywhere else. On Friday and Saturday night Cajun Dance Halls come roaring to life with music and dance distinctly their own. You’ll learn the difference between Cajun and Creole cooking, and discover a history and heritage that’s as cool as Sweet Tea on a summer afternoon.
It’s a very simple recipe. Your take two parts Memphis (get your Mojo simmering) . . . then add New Orleans . . . then you combine two parts of the French Quarter (oh my). . . and Baby, you’ve got a dish that’s gonna make your feet start dancin’ on the street.
The roots of American music are firmly planted in the South. There’s no better way to understand southern music or life than to visit the lyrical landscape of the Delta. Here Antebellum Homes and Plantations are surrounded by soulful blues, brassy jazz, Cajun accordions, calliopes and gospel choirs. Come listen to music.
It has often been said that you have not experienced New Orleans until you have spent a night in the French Quarter. Prices vary based on the quality of the hotel you choose and the date of your visit, but experience is always the same. Come experience the joix de vivre that is the French Quarter of New Orleans.