Alligators are certainly the largest animals that frequent Louisiana swamps. But on these guided swamp tours, you’ll also see a diverse range of fish and other aquatic life.
Louisiana swamps are a combination of saltwater and freshwater (called “brackish” water). This unique environment attracts a wide variety of species.
Small minnows and mosquito fish will dart beneath the boat. You may also run into larger fish, like large mouth bass. Your tour guide will keep an eye out for all forms of fish, shellfish, water snakes and other critters, so you don’t miss out on any of the action happening beneath the surface.