|It's always festival time in Louisiana!
Explore Louisiana Destinations and take a virtual tour to experience the many interesting cities and travel attractions that Louisiana has to offer.
Learn more about this fascinating state ... from Alligators and Gumbo, to Swamps and Zydeco!
It's November of 2014, and the cooler days are ideal for a road trip or vacation to Louisiana!
We are Louisiana natives, and proud of our Cajun heritage. We enjoy our travels and road trips to many small towns in the Bayou State.
But we also travel to and explore larger cities such as New Orleans, Shreveport, Baton Rouge, Monroe, Lafayette, and Lake Charles.
Visit over 60 travel destinations and tourist attractions in Louisiana, and don't miss our special section on the Louisiana State Capitol in Baton Rouge.
For starters, take a road trip down historic Bayou Lafourche with stops along the way in Labadieville, Thibodaux, Houma and down to the Gulf of Mexico at Grand Isle.
While traveling in South Louisiana, be sure to tour other popular area destinations including Breaux Bridge and its Crawfish Festival, St. Martinville, Lafayette, Morgan City, New Iberia along beautiful Bayou Teche, and Henderson.
Visit the North Louisiana hill country tourist attractions in communities such as Ruston and historic Natchitoches.
Louisiana is a popular setting and filming location for the movie industry, and several hit TV shows.
"Duck Dynasty" on the A&E Network is filmed near Monroe and stars Phil Robertson, Willie Robertson and the rest of their family, the owners of the highly successful Duck Commander duck call business. Season 7 premiered on Wednesday November 19 at 10pm/9C.
Welcome to the Swamp! It's the dawn of a new alligator season in Louisiana. As we watch "Swamp People" on the History Channel, we remember the good times we've spent in South Louisiana towns such as Pierre Part and Pecan Island bordering the bayous, the great Atchafalaya swamp, and the Gulf of Mexico. The 5th season of Swamp People debuted on February 3, 2014.
On November 19, 2014, A&E launched the new reality show "Country Buck$," starring the Busbice family, founders of Wildgame Industries. The show takes place on the family’s 55,000 acre ranch near Olla in northeast Louisiana.
We also have maps of popular towns included, as well as weather forecasts, and hotel and lodging information to help plan YOUR vacation trip and YOUR destinations in Louisiana.