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Tours By Isabelle is the oldest locally owned and family run New Orleans tour company, providing first class, small scale, personalized service since 1979! Experienced and knowledgeable Driver-Guides on board comfortable, top of the line 13 passenger vans, will make you fall in love with Louisiana! 

Celebrating 35 years of excellence in the tour business! 

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October 31, 2014
Louisiana and New Orleans in particular have always had a love/hate relationship with water, benefitting from strategic shipping positions and access to coastal fisheries, but also suffering from floods and hurricanes. Historically, Louisianians primarily worried about flooding from the river. Efforts to levee the Mississippi began shortly after the 1718 founding of New Orleans. Primitive levees often breached, leading to the most destruc... » Continue
October 24, 2014
People often get confused between Cajuns and Creoles, or even use the terms interchangeably without knowing what the difference is! While both peoples have a strong influence of French ancestry, they are distinguished primarily by their migration history. Cajun refers to a person whose ancestors came from Acadia, a region that includes Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick.  The British were in control of the area in t... » Continue