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Swamp Tour vs. Kayak Tour

A frequent question our guests ask is “What is the difference in quality between your boat and kayak tours?”. The difference in quality depends on the experience you want to have. Our kayak tour allows you to fully immerse into the swamp by quietly gliding behind your tour guide through the cypress trees and areas…

Now Offering Cabin Rental!

We are excited to announce that we are now offering cabin rentals just 45 minutes from Baton Rouge! Fisherman’s paradise! Situated just minutes from the spillway boat landing, Atchafalaya Basin, and our swamp tour, our cabin offers the perfect base for exploring the natural wonders that surround us. Whether you’re seeking adventure, tranquility, or hosting…

Thanks for your support!

We are excited to announce that The Last Wilderness Swamp Tours has recieved the “Certificate of Excellence’ and ‘Travelers Choice Award’ on TripAdvisor for the third year in a row! We are so appreciative of our guests for taking the time to share their experience on various platforms. Reviews are everything for us! Thank you…

Now Offering a New Experience With Captain Al!

Now offering kayak adventures! You asked and Captain Al provided! We are proud to announce the official launch of Last Wilderness Kayaks & Rentals brought to you by Capt. Al Wilson 🌏 While we’ve been navigating the bayou on swamp tours for years, we’re thrilled to introduce a fresh experience – guided kayak tours officially…

Support a Small Business This Holiday Season!

Give the gift of an experience. Your friends and family will cherish a gift like this! We offer e-gift cards through our website or a personally wrapped gift certificate.  

A Unique Experience!

Normally the ground you see is covered with water and actually part of our drive through boat tour. We have added a new option to our tour and are now able to have a more up close and personal experience with the swamp! We are experiencing an abnormal drought brought by the low levels of…

Below Average Water Levels

Standing below the waterline as the seasons change, revealing the beauty that was hidden in the spring and summer. Witnessing the water fall with the season and remembering what it was like to float through this very forest. What a unique experience it is to be able to walk through the forest we normally drive…