Explore Honey Island Swamp

Dated: 02/23/2017

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Come explore the pristine beauty of the preserved Louisiana wetlands on a tour of Honey Island Swamp located in Slidell, LA. Several different tour companies are available to take you out into the swamps on a personalized guided tour into Honey Island’s 250 square mile area of which 70,000 acres is in a permanently protected wildlife area. During the tour, you will see beautiful cypress trees branching out from the water, alligators swimming beneath your boat, owls and many species of exotic birds, raccoons, nutria, boars, snakes and turtles. You will learn about the history of the area, the ecosystem and the environment from the knowledgeable tour guides. For information on tours, click on the links that follow: http://www.honeyislandswamp.com/tour_info.html and http://www.cajunencounters.com/. Both tours require reservations and offer individual and group packages.


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Libby Cabrera

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