1. The Turtle Cove Research Center

    Discover Turtle Cove!  Turtle Cove Research Center is an invaluable environmental resource to the Greater New Orleans Region.  The Center is led by Dr. Robert Moreau, a gifted educator, researcher and environmentalist.  Located on the historic Manchac Pass, a natural pass that connects Lake Pontc…Read More

  2. Islenos Festival Experience Tour!

    March 3rd and 4th! Come celebrate the Islenos community, one of the most rich and distinctive cultures in the south shaped by the Great Mississippi River Delta. Arriving in 1778, the Islenos were recruited by the Spanish colonial government in New Orleans to stop the westward expansion of the Britis…Read More

  3. The Great Louisiana Coastal Seafood Tour

    Experience a unique “coastal seafood adventure” to where Louisiana’ delicious seafood, served in its world famous restaurants, has been harvested for centuries by Islenos “Islanders” living in stilted homes in the quaint fishing villages of Yscloskey and Shell Beach. This New Orleans educa…Read More

  4. New Orleans Wildlife Tours

    The New Orleans area and its swamplands are teeming with wildlife—it’s one of the most biologically diverse areas in the country. However, this ecosystem is under increased environmental pressure due to commercial development and climate change. Coastal Louisiana loses 24 square miles of swampla…Read More

  5. New Orleans Tours For School Groups

    The Great Mississippi River Delta is an eye-opening place. Whether you want to have a first-hand experience with its ecology, history, rich food sources, or diverse cultures, the Delta has something for everyone to see. But it also provides visitors with some form of a learning experience. Tourists …Read More

  6. New Orleans History Tours

    New Orleans has some of the richest and most diverse history in the nation—it’s a city full of amazing food, one-of-a-kind architecture, rare wildlife, and stunning landscapes. But to truly understand New Orleans, you must learn how history has shaped the city, and how that history drives the ci…Read More

  7. New Orleans Birding Tours

    The Great Mississippi River Delta is brimming with beautiful wildlife—it’s one of the most biologically diverse areas in the country. Of course, avian life plays a huge part in that diversity, which is why The Great Delta Tours is proud to offer New Orleans birding tours to help you discover som…Read More