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Tours in New Orleans: Ghost Tours

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Reviewed by: Magic Tours


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Ghost Tours

New Orleans was recently devastated by Hurricane Katrina, but the city retains its charming, mysterious atmosphere.

Magic Tours, LLC offers its guests several different options, including the Ghost/Haunts/Voodoo Tour, the Cemetery Tour, the French Quarter Tour and the Garden District Tour.

These tours enable the visitor to discover and see the city in an alternative way, suitable for intelligent travelers. Each tour is conducted by professional historian guides who will stimulate guests’ interest in this amazing city, providing them with an unforgettable, enlightening experience.

The tours during daylight hours are informative, fun-filled and provide guests with visits to New Orleans’ most famous tourist attractions.  For some, however, the most exciting one is the Ghost/Haunts/Voodoo Tour.

Departing at 8 pm nightly, tourists are led by an expert guide who knows the history and folklore of the city and helps guests to investigate and explore the dark side of the city at night.

This tour lasts approximately 2 hours and reservations are required by calling 504.588.9693.


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