What we chose to do
Since this was my second Swamp your (first one in 2013), I googled all of TripShock's adventures.
The tour was booked one day prior to the event.
The first swamp tour that I attended alone 6 years ago was so exciting, I wanted my two granddaughters to experience the excitement.
I drove a rental car to the location.
The Captain was extremely knowledgeable and his humor was estactic.
The most memorable experience was learning about the various kinds of wildlife, including the alligators, trees, and tree moss. I was not aware that parasites were located within the moss; thus, making it unwise to touch them. Additionally, just knowing about the danger of touching the trees (why? because of Cottonmouths and more).
Also, we viewed the old Indian Burial ground that was directly in front of one of New Orleans' plantations. It was also good to see the oldest remaining oil drift in the area; thank you again for a great tour!
I would absolutely recommend this activity because it was not only fun, but educational, as well.