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The Crescent City has long been a seedbed for creativity and culture—but now, perhaps more than ever, New Orleans is in the midst of a renaissance. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina and the floods that followed, the city found an opportunity to reinvent itself, bolstering its rich cultural traditions, restoring historic landmarks, and creating new space for existing voices. From the centuries-old city squares in the French Quarter to the rich artist communities of the Lower Ninth Ward, we’ll traverse the city with one foot rooted firmly in its history and the other in what’s just beginning to take shape. We’ll spend most of our time weaving through residential neighborhoods, where most of the city’s artists, creators, and community builders can be found busy at work. We’ll immerse ourselves in New Orleans music, history, and cuisine—learning about this vibrant, ever-changing place from the people who breathe life into it each day.
The listed price of this trip is per person based on double occupancy.
You’re in good company. Solo travelers typically make up about half of our small groups. With curiosity at the center of our experiences, there’s a natural camaraderie that develops over the course of a trip. We have two options for you:
Shared Room: You’ll be matched with another solo traveler of the same gender.
Private Room: Have your own room, subject to availability, for a supplemental cost of $350. After booking your trip, please request a single room when you fill out your traveler information form and we’ll send a separate invoice for the cost.
Our trip begins with a welcome dinner in New Orleans on Day 1. We recommend you arrive in New Orleans by 2 p.m. so that you can settle into the hotel before meeting up with the group for dinner. Our trip concludes in the afternoon on Day 5. If you plan to leave New Orleans directly after our trip, we recommend departing that evening. If you'd like to extend your trip, we’re happy to provide suggestions for things to do and see in the city on your own.
Travelers should feel comfortable walking two to four miles over the course of each day, climbing stairs, and remaining on their feet for long periods of time.
Throughout this trip, we'll interact with artists and musicians who are an important part of New Orleans' cultural heritage and creative voice. All artists and musicians will be compensated fairly for their time, which helps them continue to contribute to the city's rich cultural landscape.