Is it Mardi Gras? Does your mind immediately conjure images of Bourbon Street? Do you think of parade floats, of feathers, of crowds of people with purple/green/gold beads strung around their necks? Of lots and lots of alcohol?
Probably. And you’re not wrong for it. Mardi Gras and New Orleans go hand-in-hand.
But — and it may sound like a cliché — New Orleans has so much to offer beyond Mardi Gras. I visited for a long weekend last February. I arrived the day after Mardi Gras. And I wouldn’t have changed a thing.
I had a whirlwind three days overflowing with decadent food, kaleidoscopes of color, euphoric sounds, and an immense amount of fun. It’s your prerogative if you’re only going to party, but you’ll be missing out on so much if that’s all you have in mind for your trip.
Ready to get your trip started? Check out reason #6 for an amazing opportunity to go with some Wanderful sisters!
Get all of the above plus an incredible four days eating delicious food in the French Quarter, listening to jazz on a riverboat, creeping through the city on a haunted walking tour, and forming the powerful friendships that come only when you travel with other like-minded women. You in?