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Iberville Paddle Tour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Canoe and Trail Adventures

  • Locations

    New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

  • Activities

    Adventure, Canoeing

  • Price
    $69 USD per person
  • Duration

    5 to 6 hours round trip

  • Avg Distance

    3 to 5 miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    9 am or 2 pm

  • Starting Location

    New Orleans

  • Price Includes

    All necessary paddling equipment, waterproof cases for phones, a mid paddle snack, and if needed bug spray and rain ponchos

  • Notes

    Transportation available from convenient pick up locations for $10/person. Some paddling experience recommended. For safety reasons we have a per paddler weight limit of 240 lbs.


  • paddle by wading birds and alligators (especially on our Twilight Paddles when they're most active)
  • enjoy the frogs as they provide a nighttime chorus
  • enjoy as the Barred owls hoot at each other and at paddlers

Trip Info

Located northwest of New Orleans, the Manchac Wetlands is a very appealing paddling destination due to its vastness, its limited accessibility and its variety of habitats and wildlife. It is a forest intersected by waterways – either bayous or smaller and shallower sloughs. Stands of bald cypress border these natural waterways and ponds. Marshes also exist of freshwater grasses and scrubs. However most of the Manchac wetlands are water-adapted hardwood trees and shrubs.

Your adventure awaits!

Canoe and Trail Adventures

Canoe & Trail is the most experienced guide and outfitting service in Louisiana. For over 40 years we have guided thousands into the Louisiana wetlands and through many wilderness areas in numerous states. We have taught classes on wilderness skills for wilderness camping, backpacking, and canoeing. Our guides are trained and experienced in paddling safety, local history, and the ecology in our area.

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