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At Pearl River Eco Tours we offer the smallest boats in the industry from our famous 6 passenger boats to our 18- 26 passenger boats. This allows us to take you to all the best places bigger boats cannot go! We are a small, family owned and run...more
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Tour recommendation from TC at the Hampton inn convention center was spot on. Captain John was a pleasure to have as our Guide. Captain John is a native of the area and has the perfect local knowledge that makes a great tour. The ride out...More
Lots to see year round, and Pearl River's Capt. John was knowledgeable, professional and shared a wealth of information flora, fauna and history only a true swamp native with an ecologist's background could. Highly recommend this intimate look into a fascinating wildlife area over the...More
We decided on Pearl River Eco Tours when our hotel concierge recommended it to us. We took a small six person boat and ended up as the only four people on the boat, likely due to the rain predicted. The tour company provided heavy duty...More
Linda and I had booked the tour the night before, we showed up early because of the weather, we got the pleasure of having Captain John, who was very knowledgeable of the swamps, and downtown New Orleans. We got to see several alligators, pigs and...More
We went on our trip last week with Captain John. He was excellent having grown up in the swamps and was extremely knowledgable of the whole area. Took about 2 hours and worth every cent of the charge !
Captain Wade took our party of 9 on a cruise on a chilly December day. We did see some animals – raccoons, alligators, wild boar and a variety of birds. He was a great tour guide with a sense of humor, who, a couple of...More
Fantastic tour with Trey! We didn’t really see any gators because it was winter (we saw the tail of one from afar) but the tour was still very enjoyable. Trey is the best guide! Very knowledgeable and funny, and a great captain! He obviously knew...More
Had a really great tour with Tray. He was very knowledgeable and made sure we got to see everything from the deep swamp to all kinds of animals. Would highly recommend this tour for anyone visiting the area.
We booked a morning tour on the 6 passenger boat with Captain John. It was almost 2 hours long and we wished it were longer. The small boat was great because we were able to go on different bayous that bigger boats can’t travel on....More
We went on a 2 hour tour of the bayou. We learned about the bayou animals and got to see lots of critters. Captain Tre was informative and hilarious! We think he should write his own cookbook on how to cook all the critters in...More
Response from ALFriedman | Reviewed this property |
It is a long, flat-bottomed aluminum outboard-powered jon boat, with a fabric top and bench seats facing each thwart.
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Hi: Still working on our itinerary for our trip in October. I hope you can help me with some or all of my questions: 1. Where are the best pralines? 2. Renting a car to see some plantations. Is it doable to visit both Laura and Nottoway in one day? 3. We are thinking of booking a photography tour (swamp) with Pearl River Eco Tours. Anyone have any experience with them - good or bad? 4. I've seen some excellent reviews for Brigtsen's, but don't recall seeing it mentioned here. What...More
September 18, 2010|
The best pralines with out a doubt (in my opinion of course) are from Southern Candies. Two locations-both on decatur.