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Hurricane Katrina Tour
New Orleans | USA | New Orleans tour New Orleans Hurricane Katrina tour Hurricane Katrina recovery tour
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This tour operates daily March-November and only on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday during the month of December.

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Come witness what was left after one of the most devastating natural disasters on American soil. Learn about the history of New Orleans and its landscape as your guide drives you past various hurricane-ravaged destinations in the city.

Visit one of the infamous dikes, or flood banks, that was breached after the storm, causing tremendous floods and leading to the displacement of thousands of New Orleans citizens. During this unique New Orleans tour, your guide will explain each location and its direct correlation with the Hurricane Katrina disaster. Your guide will also explain the chronology of events from a local's point of view and take you through the neighborhoods of Lakeview, Gentilly, St. Bernard, and the Upper Ninth Ward.

Next you will visit the shores of Lake Pontchartrain, where the reconstructed New Basin Canal Lighthouse is located. Though the lighthouse suffered severe damage during Hurricane Katrina, it was recently rebuilt and is now Louisiana's only operational lighthouse containing a museum that's open to the public. Your guided tour will allow you to have a bird's eye view of the surrounding area, including the levees along the lakeside and the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, which holds the record for the longest bridge over water in the world.

After exploring the Levee Memorial Gardens, a short stop will be made in City Park, where you will have the opportunity to visit either the Morning Call Café or the Besthoff Sculpture Garden. The Morning Call Café has been serving their legendary French drip coffee since 1870. The Besthoff Sculpture Garden, which contains 64 sculptures and is one of the most important sculpture installations in the United States, is about five acres in size and is located next to the New Orleans Museum of Art.

Despite the tragic events, New Orleans is recovering, and you will be amazed at the regrowth of the city after you see reconstruction efforts first hand. Join the New Orleans Hurricane Katrina recovery tour for an informative look at the aftermath of that devastating disaster and a personalized view of how thousands of Americans have begun to rebuild.

Tour Size
Tour Type
Cultural, Scenic
Tour Duration
3 Hours 30 Minutes
Tour Departs From
The French Quarter. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Activity Level
Food/Beverage Provided
Not Included
Recommended Dress
We recommend wearing comfortable clothing and walking shoes. During warmer months, we recommend that you wear lightly colored clothing. A hat and an umbrella is also suggested.
Wheelchair accommodations may be available upon request at booking. This tour cannot accommodate scooters. Collapsible wheelchairs may be accommodated, but must fold up to fit behind the driver's seat. Children ages 5 and younger may attend the tour free of charge with advanced notice at the time of booking, provided that they are not occupying their own seat.

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