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Cajun Country
Cajun Country

Named for the Big Bend National Park, the westernmost region of Louisiana boasts pristine parklands, wide open skies, popular hiking and camping areas, and the beautiful Davis Mountains. Relive the days of the Wild West or experience the international culture of old El Paso. Discover the Park Lands of the Louisiana Big Bend Country.

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Acadia Parish
Enjoy lively festivals, unique history, and delectable Cajun cuisine when you visit Acadia Parish, home to Crowley, Iota, Rayne, and other places to explore.
Cajun Coast
On the Cajun Coast you can wake up to coffee on the bayou as the sun rises over the cypress and moss-draped live oaks. Celebrate our culture and traditions with food, fun and music at 16 festivals, some cited as among the best in the nation including Eagle Expo and Mardi Gras every February, Cypress Sawmill Festival and the Bayou Teche Black Bear & Birding Festival every spring and the Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival held every Labor Day Weekend.
Cajun Food Tours
Looking for fun things to do in the Lafayette area? Check out the tours ranked #1 on TripAdvisor. From the original Cajun Food Tour to our newest All-Day Cajun Experience, you're sure to find one just right for you.
Creole Nature Trail
Outdoor adventure is in store in Louisiana’s Outback, the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road! The Creole Nature Trail route takes you through coastal marshlands, prairies and along 26-miles of natural Gulf beaches.
Houma
The wetlands of coastal Southern Louisiana are calling your name. Swamp tours, birding, and Cajun culture are a few things you'll find when you visit Houma.
Jeff Davis Parish
Jeff Davis Parish has been hiding in plain sight for years. Lying along I-10 at the midpoint between Houston and New Orleans and the Lake Charles and Lafayette, it has been a waypoint for these popular destinations. What’s changed is the discovery by travelers that this quiet corner of the state holds a number of wonderful treasures.
Lafayette
Lafayette—the heartbeat of Acadiana—is where you can truly feel the pulse of Cajun Country. This cultural oasis on the bayou blends contemporary sophistication of a cosmopolitan city with a unique heritage and culture hard to find anywhere this side of Europe.
Lake Charles & Southwest Louisiana
Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana is like multiple vacations in one destination! Life can get hectic, and in Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana, we know how to make you smile. Being the Festival Capital of the state, we are no strangers to cotton candy, carnival rides and exciting festivals—from the regalia of our family friendly Mardi Gras celebration to the Contraband Days Pirate Festival, Cajun Music & Food Festival or Southwest Louisiana Christmas Lighting Festival.
Louisiana's Cajun Bayou
In “Bayou Country,” things that most people rarely get to enjoy are a part of our everyday, normal life. Come experience a world filled with bayous, great food and outdoor pastimes that live and breathe culture. Come visit us “Down on the Bayou.”
Louisiana's Cajun Bayou
In “Bayou Country,” things that most people rarely get to enjoy are a part of our everyday, normal life. Come experience a world filled with bayous, great food and outdoor pastimes that live and breathe culture. Come visit us “Down on the Bayou.”
St. Landry Parish
With its dramatic history and diverse cultures, St. Landry Parish boasts une différence, which few, if any, places in America can claim today. The influences here—Native American, European, African, Acadian, American—have mixed and matched for over three centuries to produce the rich and colorful experience that is St. Landry Parish today. St. Landry Parish is the site of one of the oldest European settlements in Louisiana, le Poste des Opelousas, an administrative territory established by the French government in 1720.
St. Martin Parish
Where Cajun Began. Discover St.Martinville - Home of Longfellow's Evangeline; Breaux Bridge - the Crawfish Capital of the World; and Henderson - the Gateway to the Atchafalaya Basin.