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New Orleans is a city that comes alive through art, food and music. Keen to get amongst it? We don’t blame you.
With parades practically every week and musicians playing on street corners and in bars around the clock, you're bound to find a party somewhere. And did we mention that Voodoo Fest is coming up soon? Think: Guns N’ Roses, Beck, Post Malone and more, all rolled into one EPIC Halloween weekend. The best part? It coincides with our October BBQ & Blues departure. Heck yes!
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Party hard at Voodoo Fest in New Orleans
The best way to spend Halloween weekend 2019? Living it up at Voodoo Fest in New Orleans, duh! With incredible Cajun and Creole food, immersive art installations and an awesome line-up (hello, Guns N’ Roses, Interpol, Beck and Post Malone), this spooky festival is a must-do – and you can check it out on our October BBQ & Blues trip. BYO face paints and flower crowns...
New Orleans Tours: Things to Do
Go on a swamp tourOn the 'The Big Easy'
Wanna see the wilder side of New Orleans? Well then, plan to jump on one of Topdeck’s optional swamp tours or paddleboat cruise down the Mississippi. Keep your eyes peeled for some live action: we're talking alligators and wild boars. Eeek!
Party on Bourbon StreetOn the 'BBQ & Blues'
Get ready to feel all the best vibes on your New Orleans trip as you swing around Bourbon Street. Established in 1778, Bourbon Street has a rich cultural heritage with no shortage of historic venues and iconic architecture to be found. Gear up for live music and impromptu dancing on the street.
Get amongst foodie heavenOn the 'Sunshine States'
In New Orleans, Creole and Cajun food collide in a delicious combo of gumbo, beignets, jambalaya, muffulettas, jerky and heaps more! Best bring a large appetite and some elastic-waist pants for this New Orleans food tour of epic proportions... These incredible flavours are not to be missed when visiting the Big Easy.