One of our favorite spots on The Great Delta Tours reopened June 1, 2020! The Sidney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at the New Orleans Museum of Art in City Park is one of the finest and most unique sculpture gardens in America with 90 works of art created by world-renowned artists located in aRead More
A farm to table experience! What can’t you do here in New Orleans?! This past weekend we enjoyed the wonders of our own backyard. We took an incredible VIP tour with Craig Napoli, co-owner of Ycloskey dock and Café Sbisa. We had an amazing opportunity to watch Chef Alfred Singleton prepare some gorgeous Louisiana blueRead More
A cold front in the middle of summer? And in New Orleans?! It actually happened last week and we had the best time out in the weather on tour. The birdwatching was spectacular. We enjoyed catching view of local and migratory birds from the Madere Boardwalk in Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge isRead More
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival turns 50 this year, and we’re excited to celebrate the occasion alongside everyone in town! Yesterday, we hosted a VIP Jazz Fest EcoTour with a very special group of amazing women. Going Beyond the Floodwalls has never been so fun and inspiring! We had a blast on the excursion,Read More
Our team at The Great Delta Tours partnered with Peter Martinet, Ph.D, at a Xavier University and Dinah Magarden, Ph.D, at UNO’s Coastal Education and Research Facility (CERF) in Bayou Sauvage Wildlife Refuge to provide a fun and enlightening group excursion for their students. Our goal was to expand the walls of students’ ecology classRead More
Hello American Sheep Industry National Convention! We’ve partnered with BBC Destination Management just for you.
Recently, our team at Great Delta Tours had the chance to partner with BBC Destination Management Company to host a customized ecotour for the American Sheep Industry (ASI) National Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. Of course we jumped at the opportunity! During the tour, we had a special chance to speak with local oyster fishermanRead More
New Orleanians have a deep love for their city. With that love comes a healthy respect for more than just the culture. We work to improve our city and state with environmental clean ups and restoration programs. Yet air quality has always been a more intangible issue for U.S cities. We struggle to reverse theRead More