Louisiana's swamp lands hold a special place in Louisiana culture. These marshlands are an extremely important ecosystem within the land and Cajun and Native American Indians have been living in harmony with these lands for centuries. From the lurking alligators to pristine lakes that wind through the state, you'll discover how special these swamps are to Louisiana. Take a guided swamp tour to see alligators, kayak through bayous and rivers or find that perfect cajun restaurant in between marshes to sample the local fare.
Stroll the quaint downtown streets of Breaux Bridge, Louisiana and you'll find yourself transported back to a time before life became hectic. Down here, neighbors still know you by name. Breaux Bridge is the gateway to authentic Cajun culture in south Louisiana. We have traditional Cajun and funky Zydeco music, world-famous cuisine, and a rich history filled with interesting stories. Breaux Bridge is home of the world famous Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival every May, where thousands converge on the little city to pay homage to Louisiana’s famous crustacean.
Breaux is also home to lovely antique shops and boutiques making it a perfect girl’s weekend getaway. Take a leisurely stroll through the downtown area and find that perfect antique you’ve been looking for. After a rest at one of our great B&B’s, cabins or hotels, you’ll be ready to Cajun two-step the night away.
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