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We would have enjoyed it more without the school children.

We know the students need to go on field trips to go along with what they are studying but when you are on vacation you don't want to hear and see children running around like that. We would have loved more time at the Battlefield instead of a slow ride back to the dock. Suggestion block out days for school trips only.

Jackie is an outstanding guide, friendly, helpful, a mine of informati

Jackie is an outstanding guide, friendly, helpful, and a mine of information, a local with a insider perspective. The tour was nicely paced and quite honestly, based on what I learned and experienced, I cannot wait to visit New Orleans again and to learn more about this friendly and fascinating city.

The oration, food quality and bars and restaurants was excellent

Michael (“Magic Mike” the magician) was exceptional- gave a detailed oration of NORL food history with such panache and humour! The bars at s restaurants were hospitable and the food selection and taste excellent. Highly recommended for a first time visitor.

New Orleans: Afternoon Food History Tour Reviewed by Vanaja, 04/12/2019

Fascinating look at all aspects of the Hurricane Katrina disaster.

Fascinating look at all aspects of the Hurricane Katrina disaster. I went away with a much deeper understanding of the events and much greater appreciation of the complexity of the situation. Well worth the time and money!!

Hurricane Katrina: New Orleans Neighborhood Tour Reviewed by Kathy, 06/11/2019

Great experience it was very informative.

We had a great guide, he was very knowledgeable about all the sites we visited. I wasn't lucky enough to catch a pic of a ghost, but hope someone else did. The tour was relaxed and very easy to keep up when walking.