Louisiana

Louisiana always has something to offer, from the Northshore to Lake Charles and across the state. Other famous destinations include Baton Rouge, Houma, Lafayette, and New Orleans. Come to Louisiana and check out the sights!

Baton Rouge:

About eighty miles west of Louisiana, Baton Rouge is steeped in rich culture, but is really known for it’s restaurants! In a state famous for food, Baton Rouge hosts a large number of amazing places to eat in almost any cuisine. Mason’s Grill is known for there outstanding Italian, while Kevin’s Cajun is known for providing amazing food in the cuisine the entire state is most known for. Baton rouge has superb hotels and picturesque bed and breakfasts for visitors to stay and enjoy.

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Houma:

A center of the American WETLANDS, Houma is home to Cajun culture, dancehalls and food!  Houma hosts swamp tours and unlimited charter fishing, and has bird and wildlife parks and trails for the adventurous. With a little bit of something for everyone, Houma is great for the family and will keep you coming back time after time!
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 Lafayette:

Lafayette has a long and rich history that is showcased with world-class museums and unique cultural attractions.  It is the birthplace of Cajun food and Zydeco and Cajun music, all served up with the unique influences of French Cajun and Creole culture.  The picturesque scenery, lively festivals and many outdoors activities make Lafayette a place where something new is happening every week!

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 Lake Charles:

Lake Charles always has a packed calendar with over seventy-five festivals throughout the year, including the state’s only pirate festival! Glitzy casinos and superb restaurants pack the area, while the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road is great to get a taste of the rugged wilderness. The Charpentier Historic District harkens back to a simpler time with twenty blocks of registered historic homes to visit. The Hands-On Children’s Museum provides entertainment for kids, and the whole family can enjoy the many parks and recreational facilities.

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 New Orleans:

World renowned for it’s culture, music and flair, New Orleans has been a favorite destination for years. Known for it’s French Quarter and Jazz, this city has cafes, street performers, Creole, Cajun flair, and coffee. This cultural wonder thrives on enjoying life and is a place like none other on Earth!

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 Northshore:

Discover Louisiana’s Northshore and its Native American origins that make for an eclectic collection of towns and villages .  Its history includes the development of cities like Slidell, Abita Springs and Covington, and the construction of the world’s longest bridge. The area’s rich heritage is just the beginning of its appeal. Take the time to explore a collection of towns and villages with all of their unique characteristics.   We’re sure you’ll be enticed to return again and again.
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