Paddling through a Cajun Paradise
Only minutes from the town of Breaux Bridge, you can paddle a kayak through the Heart of Louisiana’s Cajun country in world class adventures on Lake Martin and Bayou Teche.
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It seems that everywhere you look in the Cajun city of Rayne, you see frogs. They’re on the sidewalks, in front of stores, the police station and fire house, and…
You find a lot of cemeteries in a city that is more than 300 years old. And in New Orleans, its unique above-the-ground tombs have earned the cemeteries the nickname…
The earthen mounds of Poverty Point are the remains of an ancient city constructed here in the flat delta plains of northeastern Louisiana 3,400 years ago. The site is so…
Dave’s Favorite Hikes
Here are a few of my favorite hikes in Louisiana. They are all easy and they get you into some of the most beautiful landscapes in the state. What are your favorite hikes?
Dave McNamara has spent much of his career as a journalist traveling across his home state of Louisiana reporting on its unique places, attractions, cultures and people. He’s discovered a few favorites along the way. (full bio)
Louisiana is full of rich culture and history. And there are some unique things that you may not find anywhere else. Let’s explore what makes Louisiana such a special place.
In the 1970s, photographers Douglas Baz and Charles Traub spent months documenting Cajun South Louisiana, and create an exhibit that shows Cajun traditions just before it became popular.