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Experience Louisiana’s coastal wetlands as nature intended. Seemingly untouched by the hands of time, the magnificence of this area is truly something to behold. Among majestic cypress trees and winding bayous, you’ll have the opportunity to observe a vast array of species, including the endangered and threatened American Alligator, the Arctic Peregrine Falcon, and the Piping Plover, in addition to a plethora of other wildlife that calls the Mississippi River Delta home. By kayak, airboat, canoe, or motorboat, a local guide can navigate you and your party down a path less traveled, a place void of the imprint of civilization and a frontier where nature is a force acting on its own, uninterrupted. The wetlands of south Louisiana are truly a national treasure. There’s no better place to admire its beauty than Plaquemines Parish.
Experience Plaquemines Touring
Take a boat ride with us through the Mississippi River Delta. Watch the video to experience it!
Delta Discovery Tours brings travelers deep into the Mississippi River Delta, on traditional Louisiana fishing boats, to the intersection of history, ecology, economy, the built environment and climate change. Situated at the end of the Great River Road, we take information about tides, weather conditions, and your interests to craft tours that send folks back into the world equipped with a deep understanding of the delta.
We offer a wide range of kayak adventures, from sight fishing to sightseeing, photography tours and much more! We also have a “mothership” to shuttle kayaks out to the exterior marsh & barrier islands!
Nearly seven-thousand square feet of elegance and delicacy, the 31853 Lodge in Venice, Louisiana is a beautiful antebellum-style home overlooking the Mississippi River. With first class accommodations, a gourmet chef, activities (fishing, hunting, and golf), and plenty of fresh air, it’s got everything you need.
Flying over Louisiana's wetlands for over fifty years, we have witnessed the devastating loss of one of our greatest resources. Let us tell you our story of a once lush landscape made of thriving fresh, brackish and saltwater marshes and cypress swamps. Then, observe first hand what is left of our rapidly disappearing wetlands and see the efforts currently in place to preserve their existence.