Louisiana December 28, 2017
The 7 Best Places To Visit In Louisiana In 2018
A new year means a fresh start. As we approach 2018, consider making a bucket list of places in Louisiana you want to see. There are so many wonderful places, all at our fingertips! Here are some of our favorites. Be sure to click the links to our previous articles to learn more about each spot!
1. Spend a weekend relaxing in a cabin.
There are several cabins around Louisiana where you can get away from it all and spend some time in nature. Find one near you in our previous article
2. Zip line over alligators.
That’s right! Only in Louisiana can you take an epic ride of a lifetime over a live alligator pond. Gators & Friends is located at 11441 Highway 80 in Greenwood, LA. Learn more about this amazing place in our previous article
3. Poverty Point
Poverty Point’s original inhabitants left no written record of their day to day lives, but archaeologists are constantly finding new clues to piece together their lives. Built over 3,000 years ago, Poverty Point was designated a World Heritage Site in 2014. It’s located at 6859 LA-577, Pioneer, LA 71266 and you can read more about it
4. Lake Martin
You’ll find Lake Martin just outside of Breaux Bridge, in the Cypress Island Nature Preserve. Not only is this lake home to a massive rookery for thousands of wading birds, but it’s also home to hundreds of alligators, turtles, and all the usual suspects you’d find in the swamps. Learn more about it in our previous article
5. Avery Island
Spend a day over on Louisiana’s most famous salt dome and learn about how Tabasco is made. Once you’ve taken the tour and hit up the gift shop to snag some delicious snacks and sauces, take a stroll through the Jungle Gardens for a memorable afternoon. Scenery so beautiful you won’t believe it! Learn more about Avery Island
6. Cypremort Point State Park
Located in St. Mary Parish, Cypremort Point State Park overlooks Vermilion Bay. It’s a popular place for water skiing, sailing, and fishing. The sunsets over the bay are perhaps the best in the state, so be sure to find a patch of grass and watch the sunset. Find it at 306 Beach Lane Cypremort Point, LA 70538. Learn more in our previous article
7. Go on a swamp tour.
There’s nothing like spending a day on the bayou! Spend some time surrounded by Louisiana’s natural landscape while a knowledgeable tour guide guides you through the bayous and swamps.
are some of our favorite tours.
Are you planning on going on any of these adventures? Let us know in the comments below!