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Charlotte was delightful, knowledgeable, and incredibly funny!

Charlotte was an amazing cemetery guide! She knew all the right places to stop and she was concerned for our health in the heat. She knew so much history that she had stories about the city on the way to the cemetery. And she knew a lot about a variety of topics; architecture, military history; political history, and the best place to get cold water for the tour! Once in the cemetery, she was able to talk about way more than Marie Laveau. She was respectful of the cemetery and the vaults. She was full of details that brought the cemetery to life (pun intended!). She connected with each member of her group and told the right stories for the right people. She even recommended two books that I plan to order for my library when I get home. I would recommend her tour to anyone interested in visiting St Louis #1!

Good tour, informative, lack of passion though

Our tour guide could tell us about the basics of the history and vodoo religion, but there was no real passion for the topic. Also, it's hard to find the meeting location, it would've helped to know that it's a red phone booth - that would've made it clear who to approach right away. She was very nice though and really cared about the well-being of the group in the heat. The tour was still worth it and I can recommend seeing the cemetery when you're in town.

New Orleans: Voodoo & Cemetery Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 09/03/2019

Enthusiastic guide, but too talkative about her personal life.

Dartanya spent too much time spent in Armstrong Park standing and talking, and I realized later that we didn’t see Armstrong’s statue! Less time was available to walk the neighborhood. A laundromat referred to in the tour description was not pointed out, not sure what the significance was. The Petit Jazz Museum was a delight, but it wasn’t clear on tour description or guide that the tour was ending there for presentation by Alvin Jackson.

Tour Tremé: African American & Creole History Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 07/24/2019

Lindsey, our guide was phenomenal as was the many foods we tasted.

From sweet potatoes beignet, tasting pepper sauce, gumbo and so much more, this was a fun and certainly delicious tour. Haad a great time, met some fun people and learned so much about Nawlins. Incredible tour guide. Ask for Lindsey.

New Orleans: Afternoon Food History Tour Reviewed by Linda, 07/27/2019

Fun evening on the river and the food was great

The cruise was comfortable, the food was wonderful, the staff were excellent and the music was fun. We had a great time and loved the breeze off the Mississippi. All in all a fun trip. I recommend it.