In Western Louisiana, “No Man’s Land” was the neutral strip between the United States and Spanish territories following the Louisiana Purchase. The region had no King or Country, it was home to outlaws, bandits, pirates and pioneers. The settlers were larger than life, and so are the stories!
Flavor and Rhythm enhance this wonderful visit to the River Parishes. Why it’s an educational experience. You’ll learn about the people, the cooking, the wildlife, history and more. Call now and let’s plan a great outing for your group.
The heart and soul of American Music beats in the history of Nashville, Memphis and New Orleans. These are the towns where the inspiration for our uniquely American Music styles were born and where they grew to maturity. On this three city tour you’ll hear Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Rock n’ Roll, Soul, Dixieland Jazz, and Cajun. Why, you’ll even have the chance to write and perform a song of your own.
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.
Come and listen to the music that defines a nation. It began with Jazz in New Orleans. Then the Blues took it up along the plantations of the Mississippi. Come learn how these two distinct musical style co-mingled, moved north to the Cities after the Civil War and later combined to create Rock n’ Roll. Join us on this great adventure and get your MoJo on.
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.
This is a deluxe visit to Mississippi’s Gulf Coast. You have the finest accommodations in town, enjoy superb and unique meals, each complete with a real Southern Experience. Learn how to catch shrimp and what a shrimp boil is. Learn about Cajun spices at the New Orleans School of Cooking, and enjoy Beavoir’s Colonial Era Dinner. Biloxi Tours don’t get any better than this.
It’s a very simple recipe. You 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.
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.