Take some time out from your Mardi Gras Party to see some of the Natural Wonders of Louisiana

by Rachel Baker on February 18, 2015

In the spirit of Mardi Gras, here’s another article about the natural wonders that can be seen in Louisiana. You’ve already seen part of the Jean Lafittle National Historical Park and Preserve just by being in the French Quarter, consider seeing more. Take a break from all the drinking, partying and parading and wander through the Barataria Preserve, which is about 30 minutes from New Orleans. Keep an eye on the gators, but take some time to get back to nature and nourish your body after beating it up during Mardi Gras.

Below is an article from MNN with seven natural wonders in the state.

Here’s the Article: Forget Bourbon Street: 7 natural wonders of Louisiana

When people think of Louisiana, the first things that usually pop into their heads is New Orleans and Mardi Gras. From the French Quarter’s rich history to Bourbon Street’s no-holds-barred nightlife, this city has an ambience that is incomparable to anything else in the world.

That said, you’d be doing a great disservice to yourself by not exploring beyond the city limits. So, after you’ve (responsibly) consumed your weight in Hurricanes and finished wrapping yourself in 300 strings of Mardi Gras beads, sober up and check out a few of Louisiana’s natural wonders:

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