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About Louisiana

Visiting Louisiana

Louisiana is one of the most interesting states in the nation. Its uniqueness is the result of a melding of different cultures throughout the state’s history. Taking a trip to this state can be an instant education in history and culture. The sky’s the limit when you and your family visit Louisiana. Cabin rental or finding a regular home to rent can make your trip all the more pleasurable. Browse Vacation Home Rentals for the perfect house or cabin to stay in while you take in the sights and sounds of this great Southern state.

Areas within Louisiana

Almost every corner of Louisiana has something special to offer tourists. New Orleans remains the hub of activity in the state, but other cities, like Baton Rouge and Lafayette, have their own landmarks and historical sites to visit. Countryside areas are often the locations of historic houses and museums like plantations. Even islands just off the coast of the state, like Avery Island, have their own drawing power. This particular island is famous for its hot sauce. Typically, areas that are popular with tourists have an abundance of vacation rentals. Louisiana is famous for its Southern hospitality. You’re sure to find interesting spots everywhere in Louisiana. Vacation rentals allow you to take them in at your own pace.

Sightseeing in Louisiana and Things to Do

The many unique neighborhoods of New Orleans attract tourists of all ages. Train rides through the historic Garden District provide ample sightseeing opportunities. The Audubon Zoo features several special exhibits, including an Insectarium. The Enchanted Mansion Doll Museum in Baton Rouge provides a history of dolls along with an impressive collection of them. Swamp tours are available in more rural areas like Thibodaux, LA. Towns like these can have great cabin rentals. Louisiana offers many different cultural experiences either in the cities or in their outskirts.

Regional Foods

Louisiana has a reputation for its spicy cuisine. Cajun and Creole foods originating from the region have been influenced by a variety of cultures, including French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Native American, and Southern American foods. Creole cuisine can be found within cities, while Cajun food is a favorite of rural restaurants. Louisiana cabin rentals are likely to have Cajun food nearby. This melting pot of culinary influences can be best seen in dishes that combine different types of foods with spices, like gumbo, etouff, and jambalaya. Seafood is also often incorporated into dishes as well. French influences are often showcased in desserts, such as beignets.

Weather and Climate

Louisiana’s climate can be best described as subtropical. Its frequent rainfall and location near the Gulf of Mexico can result in humid and hot temperatures. The parts of Louisiana nearest to the Gulf of Mexico have steady temperatures, while northern parts of the state can reflect the climates of bordering states. Northern Louisiana has an average temperature of 66 degrees; the warmer, southern part of the state boasts an average temperature of 69 degrees. Take which part of the state you want to visit into consideration when planning your trip and your wardrobe.

When to Visit

Visiting the southern part of Louisiana is typically easier than other parts because of the good weather. One of the biggest celebrations of the year in Louisiana is Mardi Gras. Kid-friendly Mardi Gras festivals and carnivals are often set up in February or March or every year. The popularity of this celebration makes booking Louisiana vacation rentals ahead of time necessary. You can save money by reserving your rental property about a year in advance and looking for properties that are listed online by owner. It can be difficult to find vacancies in the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana. Cabin rentals can be easier to secure, as they can be located on the outskirts of the city.

Louisiana, long known for its questionable politicians and exotic overtones, is a state of immense pleasure for all senses. From delectable crawfish boils to the heart-pumping energy of its zydeco bands, this state entertains like none other, and there’s no better way to enjoy it than from a charming Louisiana vacation rental.

Things To Do

While most people think of New Orleans and Mardi Gras, Louisiana has a host of other regions with things to do. Visitors enjoy tours of Antebellum homes, air boat excursions, and endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits like hunting and fishing. The Atchafalaya Heritage Area spans 14 parishes and offers an unspoiled look into the mystical backwoods of this recreational paradise.


If you’re staying in a Louisiana vacation rental in New Orleans’ French Quarter, the best way to enjoy the city is on foot. However, if you’d like to experience more of Louisiana, a car is highly suggested. Not only can you explore the smaller towns by car, but you can also get a greater appreciation of the culture and its history. Louisiana has a number of Civil War sites, like the Battle of Pleasant Hill, which host reenactments annually. If you have a car, take the time to drive the Creole Nature Trail, 180 miles of eye candy.


The boot-shaped state of Louisiana is largely water with a number of lakes, marshes, and swamps. The air is humid and warm most of the year. July and August are the hottest months with temps in the 90s, but the humidity in the air makes it feel much warmer. Winter months bring temps in the 60s, but the damp hangs around, so it may feel chillier than that. Wear layers.


Louisiana serves up festivals and events year round. From its gorgeous Holiday Trail of Lights to its many festivals honoring the divine seafood dishes of this state, there is always something new to do and explore. Mardi Gras festivities and the Satchmo Summerfest bring travelers to New Orleans, but don’t limit yourself to the well-known events. Four hundred festivals occur throughout the state each year.


For people who have visited, the mere mention of Louisiana can make them drool. The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience is one of the premier food extravaganzas in the world. But Louisiana doesn’t save its best for this foodie favorite. You can find delicious seafood, French, Cajun, and Creole dishes served nightly across the state in 4-star restaurants and roadside dives.
Feast on gumbo, crawfish, beignets, crabs, and more. You’ll run out of days long before you run out of restaurants to try. The state takes its food seriously. It’s even broken up districts into culinary trails so visitors can maximize their gastro pleasure.
With its multitude of exotic influences, Louisiana feels like an international vacation without the passport. Louisiana vacation rentals help you enjoy its magic like a local. The state is a treat for all senses and if you don’t overindulge in the beverages, food, music, and natural wonders of this place, you haven’t experienced it at all.
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