The Louisiana Coastline is one of the most unique, most important, and one of the most vulnerable coastlines in the US. It's also one of the most abundant areas for two of the three most important seafoods in the US; Shrimp and Oysters (Crawfish is the third).
Following the scenic route between New Orleans and Lafayette, Louisiana, adventure seekers will find themselves immersed in the hospitality of the Bayou Cajuns of Houma.
Visit the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, TX!
Outdoor adventure is in store in Louisiana's Outback™, the Creole Nature Trail: All-American Road! The Creole Nature Trail route takes you through coastal marshlands, prairies and along 26-miles of natural Gulf beaches. World-class bird and alligator populations make this scenic byway a natural wonder; and top-notch fishing, hunting, crabbing, boating, nature photography and other outdoor opportunities make the Creole Nature Trail a recreational paradise for all ages to enjoy.
A National Historic Landmark located on the Mississippi River between the historic Louisiana cities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Oak Alley Plantation has been called the "Grande Dame of the Great River Road".
Iberia Parish just added their video on TourLouisiana.com! Come check it out!