Cajun Country Food Tours & Cuisine

With four unique and delicious tours to choose from, Cajun Tours has something for everyone. Want to experience the FLAVOR of Louisiana? Try one of 3-hour Food Tours. Have a day to cover Cajun Country? Our All-Day Cajun Experience may be what you’re looking for. www.amroad.net/CajunFoodTours

1) Original Cajun Food Tour :
Hop on our cozy customized tour bus to learn the history, love the culture and best of all, taste the fabulous cuisine that makes us so unique. Our fun, casual Cajun taste tours take you off the beaten path to include at least 5 tasting stops at local favorites. (All includedboudin in price!) You’ll taste many Cajun originals like boudin, king cake, etouffee, gumbo, fried seafood, cracklin’ and more! Come hungry so you can enjoy! We work with nearly 30 different eateries so tours, routes and items sampled will vary.

$59/Adult (groups of 8 or more adults, Discount $5/adult) $35/child under 12
(Large groups to 26, please call for options)
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri. & Sat: 10am & 2:30pm*

 

2) Walking Breaux Bridge Food Tour
This unique look at historic downtown Breaux Bridge, in the heart of St. Martin Parish, is sure to delight history buffs and food enthusiasts alike. We’ll stroll along the banks of the Bayou Teche and down the streets of this 200-year-old settlement. Best of all, enter several of the deliciously celebrated eateries along the way for a mouth-watering experience.

$49/Adult (groups of 8+ adults, DISOUNT $5/adult)
$29/child under 12
Mon, Fri, & Sat: Fall thru July*: 10:30am

 

3) All-Day Cajun Experience:
Want to pack as much Cajun into one day as possible? Let us take care of the planning. We’ll pick you up in a comfortable travel van and entertain you as we hit our favorite highlights. This all-day tour includes a guided tour of the Historic Vermilionville village, a Louisiana Cajun swamp boat tour in beautiful Lake Martin, a Cajun dance lesson and more. Of course, we’re going to feed you well! Our favorite gumbo and bread pudding is on the menu for lunch and we’ll also throw in a boudin snack so you can eat like a local!

$139/Adult (groups of 8, $5 discount/adult)
$129/Child under 12
Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays: 8:45am -5pm

 

4) Around the World in Acadiana Taste tour:
Stuck in your comfort zone? Let us pick you up in our cozy customized bus and broaden your culinary horizons by introducing you to cuisine from around the world. This 2 1/2 hour tour will visit four different establishments where our guests will learn about and taste a variety of international cuisines. At each stop, guests will try 2 or 3 sample dishes, and in some cases, visit with restaurant owners or staff to understand the flavors and dishes unique to that culture’s cuisine. Our restaurant partners in this new adventure will include a variety of Asian, Latin, Mediterranean, and European cuisines.

$49/Adult on Wed & Thurs (groups of 8 or more adults, DISOUNT $5/adult)
$35/child under 12
Wednesdays & Thursdays: 6:30pm*
(Large groups, call to request Sat 2:30pm; $54ea w/ 10 or more)

 

*All tours are subject to minimums & availability

Visit Livingston, Montana

Livingston, Montana surrounded by four wild and beautiful mountain ranges that offer an abundance of outdoor activities year-round. Whether its fly-fishing on the Yellowstone, downhill or cross-country skiing, taking a wild outfitting trip on horseback, river rafting on a famous river or a hike in the most breathtaking, wild and natural place on earth, we have it all here in our diverse, friendly town. We are also a historic community that sits 52 miles north of the boundary to Yellowstone National Park. It has long been the “Original Gateway City to Yellowstone National Park,” and we have been evolving & enhancing our community since 1883.
For a relaxing day, visit our historic museums, wander through our many art galleries or sit along the river with a great cup of local coffee and take in the view. You can try a round of Golf on the edge of the mighty Yellowstone River or just walk through the late 1800’s history in our downtown historic district. Livingston has everything a destination needs for a Montana experience year-round with its super mild winters. We have great shops and a very diverse local restaurant scene from casual to fine dining or grab an award-winning beer from our downtown breweries.
Our night life is a mix of local and big-name entertainment at the pubs, breweries and many event venues, a live show in one of our two historic live theatres, camp under the star filled sky or simply relax in our many comfortable beds and let the occasional train whistle lull you to sleep.
Livingston is home to the largest population of writers and authors in the state. I think it has to do with the peace and quiet and inspiration our community provides. We have also had many famous visitors, from Calamity Jane to Sam Peckinpah and Michael Keaton to John Mayer we even please famous food critics like Anthony Bourdain in Livingston’s incredible restaurant selection.
So, for your year-round destination, let Livingston be your home away from home for your Yellowstone National Park vacation that you will remember for a lifetime.

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Allegheny National Forest, Pa.—Kinzua Sky Walk

Scenic Wonders & Scenic Beauty
Relax and renew your soul with a road trip into the Allegheny National Forest Region of northwestern Pennsylvania.
Road Trip in the Allegheny National Forest
Check into your lodging in Bradford, PA, which will become your lodging hub while touring the region.
DAY 1: Begin with the “must see” attraction the Kinzua Sky Walk, located at the Kinzua Bridge State Park in Mt. Jewett. Tour the visitor center to learn the amazing history of this structure. Drive Rt. 6 west to enjoy a casual lunch at the Barrel House Restaurant & Tavern in Lantz Corners. Stop at Flickerwood Wine Cellars to sample their award-winning wines.
Travel Rt. 6 west to the village of Kane. Tour the Kane Depot to learn about Kane’s Lobo wolves, and shop for local artisan wares. Foodies will want to pack a cooler, when they visit Bell’s Meat & Poultry Shop, an old-fashioned family-owned grocery store, known far and wide for their delicious sausage, cheeses and specialty foods. At CJ Spirts, a craft distillery, sample rum, vodka, gin, and white whiskey crafted from the waters of the Alleghenies.
DAY 2: In the morning, just minutes from your lodging is the Zippo/Case Museum, home of the Zippo lighter and Case knife. Enjoy a musical experience at the Marilyn Horne Museum. Stop at the ANF Visitors Bureau Welcome Center for a walking tour brochure of Bradford’s National Historic District, view the eclectic architecture built by the oil barons, explore the shops and restaurants.
Depart for Smethport. Smethport’s Mansion District Walking Tour takes you past beautiful examples of Victorian Architecture. Explore the haunted dungeon at the Old Jail Museum. It’s on to the Eldred WW II Museum where you can see, feel and touch history. Plan a stop at the Olde School House Village Shoppes, over 12,000 square feet of unique shopping.
DAY 3: Begin your morning with breakfast and a pastry treat from John Williams Pastry Shop. Have the Grocery Stretcher pack you a picnic lunch from the selection of Amish foods. Enjoy a hike and lunch at scenic Marilla Reservoir, which offers a variety of trails.
Just three miles south, along Rt. 219 is the Penn Brad Oil Museum, learn about the “Bradford Sands” the world’s first billion dollar oil field. Back to nature, take Rt. 59 into the Allegheny National Forest to explore the beauty of the forest along the Longhouse National Scenic Byway. Rimrock Overlook offers stunning views. Enjoy a sunset dinner at the Kinzua Wolf Run Marina.

Discover Your Next Adventure on the Nature Coast

Enjoy Nature’s Theme Park…..Without the Lines!

If you want to explore the best of the great outdoors in Florida, come to Levy County. Sitting on the Gulf of Mexico and home to beautiful lakes, rivers and forests, Levy County is ranked among the best places to explore in the state. Here, you can kayak tree-draped rivers and dive to see a 2-million-year-old fossil. If you want to get outside and into nature, come explore the outdoors in Levy County.

We Know How to Weekend in Cedar Falls, Iowa

With more than 100 miles of hard-surfaced trails, a state-of-the-art performing arts center and a historic downtown district that offers local eats, shopping and nightlife, Cedar Falls is a great place for your next cycling or girlfriend getaway—any day of the week! #WeKnowHowToWeekend

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Allegheny National Forest; Kinzua Sky Walk

Scenic Wonders & Scenic Beauty
Relax and renew your soul with a road trip into the Allegheny National Forest Region of northwestern Pennsylvania.
Road Trip in the Allegheny National Forest
Check into your lodging in Bradford, PA, which will become your lodging hub while touring the region.
DAY 1: Begin with the “must see” attraction the Kinzua Sky Walk, located at the Kinzua Bridge State Park in Mt. Jewett. Tour the visitor center to learn the amazing history of this structure. Drive Rt. 6 west to enjoy a casual lunch at the Barrel House Restaurant & Tavern in Lantz Corners. Stop at Flickerwood Wine Cellars to sample their award-winning wines.
Travel Rt. 6 west to the village of Kane. Tour the Kane Depot to learn about Kane’s Lobo wolves, and shop for local artisan wares. Foodies will want to pack a cooler, when they visit Bell’s Meat & Poultry Shop, an old-fashioned family-owned grocery store, known far and wide for their delicious sausage, cheeses and specialty foods. At CJ Spirts, a craft distillery, sample rum, vodka, gin, and white whiskey crafted from the waters of the Alleghenies.
DAY 2: In the morning, just minutes from your lodging is the Zippo/Case Museum, home of the Zippo lighter and Case knife. Enjoy a musical experience at the Marilyn Horne Museum. Stop at the ANF Visitors Bureau Welcome Center for a walking tour brochure of Bradford’s National Historic District, view the eclectic architecture built by the oil barons, explore the shops and restaurants.
Depart for Smethport. Smethport’s Mansion District Walking Tour takes you past beautiful examples of Victorian Architecture. Explore the haunted dungeon at the Old Jail Museum. It’s on to the Eldred WW II Museum where you can see, feel and touch history. Plan a stop at the Olde School House Village Shoppes, over 12,000 square feet of unique shopping.
DAY 3: Begin your morning with breakfast and a pastry treat from John Williams Pastry Shop. Have the Grocery Stretcher pack you a picnic lunch from the selection of Amish foods. Enjoy a hike and lunch at scenic Marilla Reservoir, which offers a variety of trails.
Just three miles south, along Rt. 219 is the Penn Brad Oil Museum, learn about the “Bradford Sands” the world’s first billion dollar oil field. Back to nature, take Rt. 59 into the Allegheny National Forest to explore the beauty of the forest along the Longhouse National Scenic Byway. Rimrock Overlook offers stunning views. Enjoy a sunset dinner at the Kinzua Wolf Run Marina.

The Perfect Getaway to Historic Corydon and Harrison County, IN

Among the rolling hills of Southern Indiana lies Historic Corydon and Harrison County. Take a weekend and get to know Indiana’s first state capital. Spend the day cruising the Ohio River Scenic Byway, explore Indiana’s underground, visit our wineries, spend the day gaming or get a lesson in history.

Upcountry South Carolina; Perfectly Seasoned

In South Carolina’s Upcountry, explore over 120 waterfalls, crystal-clear lakes, two National Scenic Byways, thousands of acres of national & state parks, and hundreds of miles of hiking and cycling trails. Meander through downtowns and discover world-class museums, antique stores, interesting shops and wonderful restaurants.

Small Town Surprises Ridgeland & Canton, Mississippi

Plan your trip and give yourself the luxury to explore… Inside + Out. Ridgeland and Canton offer discerning travelers an unexpected melding of nature and style. From outdoor adventure and historic trails to the Mississippi Craft Center, Rich Grain Distillery and the Movie Tour—you’ll discover everything under the sun!

The Perfect Getaway to Harrison County, Indiana

Among the rolling hills of Southern Indiana lies Historic Corydon and Harrison County. Take a weekend and get to know Indiana’s first state capitol. Spend the day cruising the Ohio River Scenic Byway, explore Indiana’s underground, visit a winery, spend the day gaming or get a lesson in history.