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 British
* Travel through historic neighborhoods experiencing a riverfront renaissance
* View wildlife in their natural habitat and critical wetlands restoration projects
* Enjoy authentic Spanish music, dance and food from the Canary Islands.
* Tour the beautifully restored Islenos Village and learn of the ” Islanders” rich contribution to the history, development, culture, and customs of fascinating coastal communities surrounding New Orleans
Where: Los Islenos Museum & Village, 1357 Bayou Road, St. Bernard, LA 70085
How: Ride in a comfortable, attractive climate-controlled motor coach that will pick up guests at a central location in New Orleans.
Who: Our team is passionate about the communities and natural habitats that surround the Mississippi River. Our licensed guides are friendly, engaging and experienced in the natural, cultural and economic importance of the Great Mississippi Cost:
11: 45-12:00 am Arrive at Departure Point
12:00-12:30 French Quarter, Bywater and Araba Neighborhoods
12:30-1:00 Studio Inferno, Domino Sugar, Chalmette Battlefield, Dockville Farms
1:00-3:30 Islenos Festival (Lunch; Tour of Village; Los Majuelos Performance)
3:30-4:30 Fats Domino Home, Wetlands Overlook
Return to Departure Location
Book Now at: www.thegreatdeltatours
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-316-1338
Time: 12:00 pm-5:00 pm Sheraton New Orleans, 500 Canal Street
Ticket Price: $85 Adults
Group prices also available.