The "Cajun Man," Ron "Black" Guidry, personally plays cajun music and sings both in French and English during the tour. He'll stop to show you birds and animals. He also feeds the alligators that come when he calls. See the "world-famous" alligator-hunting dog, Gatorbait.
Ride in a comfortable cushioned boat. Cruise the wild swamp and marshes. You will see alligators swim right up to the boat in response to Annie's call. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
An intense guided tour that will take you through 10,000 years of nature. It includes histroy,evolution, flora, fauna, swamp medicine and swamp survival. We travel totally on non-navigable waterways featuring swamp and bayou touring in unspoiled areas. An educational experience. We do not feed the alligators. Reservations a must due to small capacity.
Experience real life adventure for the whole family as you venture into the interior of the swamps only accessible by airboat. See alligators, bird rookeries, and other local wildlife. A native Cajun guide shares his experiences and gives a narrated tour. His expertise of the area is far more than learned in books.
See the alligators and other wildlife enjoying their natural habitat. Watch alligators jump out of the water for food. Comfortable seating. Plenty of room to walk around during tour. Bathroom aboard. Canopy top.
Visit netmaker, alligator hunter, seafood factories, plantations, Cajun and Indian fishing villages, cypress swamps with alligators, birds and other local animals. Enjoy Cajun food and music.
Get a bird's eye view of Cajun Country. Planes use swamps and bayous as runways. See swamp/marsh, deer, gators, birds, private cove, forts, oil rigs and more.
Tour a private swamp that is undisturbed by development. This is an unique, authentic and scenic route adventure by boat. Alligators are hand-fed by guides. Enjoy the mystique swamps and experience their serenity and treachery. A birdwatcher's dream and photographer's paradise.
Guided walking tour through natural cypress swamp. See native animals in their natural setting (some have been rehabilitated). Visit trapper's cabin and view a working alligator farm. Also spend the night in bed and breakfast cabin in the swamp.
Features the Little Cypress Railroad, which takes visitors on a 1 1/4 mile journey through scenic oak woods where they will view alligator, crawfish and turtle ponds and wild animals, including deer, emu and other local animals. A visit to the park will also include the Rollin' Thunder Museum, which houses about 30 antique and vintage motorcycles dating from 1913. The Old Store Restaurant, located in an old Gibson general store dating from 1878, features seafood and a variety of authentic Cajun dishes.