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Louisiana Coast, May 2015 – A key part of what makes coastal Louisiana so special is its people, whose courage, tenacity and resiliency are among their most distinguishing characteristics. These people have thrived in a climate that is itself unique and distinctive, helping to create a...
Louisiana Coast, March 2015 – A visit to the Louisiana coast offers a little bit of everything for just about everyone: rich cultural heritage; miles and miles of natural beauty in the swamps, deltas and bayous that define the area’s geography; freshly caught seafood; friendly folks...
Louisiana Coast, November 2014 – Historic plantation houses located along Louisiana’s coast offer a fascinating look at a crucial period in the history of the American South—just before and during the Civil War. During their halcyon days in the early to mid-1800s, most Louisiana plantations...
Louisiana Coast, November 2014 – The coast of Louisiana has long been known for its delicious seafood, charming residents and natural beauty … but it’s also the site of events that forever changed the course of American history. Among these was the Battle of New Orleans,...
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Louisiana Coast, September 2014 – The Louisiana Tourism Coastal Coalition’s mission isn’t just about promoting tourism to the 10 parishes that touch the Gulf of Mexico; it’s also about preserving the unique culture of the area and finding ways to invite others to experience...
Louisiana Coast, May 2014 – Whether cruising down a bayou or heading out for an exhilarating offshore charter boat adventure, anglers of all ages and experience levels will find exceptional fishing all along the Louisiana Coast. In fact, 3,000 miles of shoreline, ample sources of freshwater,...
Louisiana Coast, April 2014 – Louisiana is home to some fascinating species of wildlife … but probably none gets more attention than the American alligator, which was designated the official state reptile in 1983. That should come as no surprise, since in some parts of the state...
The brown pelican is Louisiana's state bird.
Louisiana Coast, March 2014 – The appeal of the coastal parishes of Louisiana isn’t limited to human visitors; this region also welcomes an overwhelming number of feathered friends year round … but especially in the spring. During spring migration, the coast of Louisiana is the...
Mardi Gras on the Louisiana Coast
Louisiana Coast, February 2014 – Parades, costumes, and king cake are just a few elements that mark the Mardi Gras season in Louisiana. Though New Orleans typically comes to mind as the Mardi Gras capital, parishes all across the Louisiana coast celebrate carnival season with an array of...
King Cakes Can Be Shipped from the Louisiana Coast All Across the U.S.Louisiana Coast, January 2014 – In most parts of the United States, January marks the beginning of a new year but also the end of the holiday season. In the Gulf Coast region, however, January brings with it another...

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