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We are dedicated to providing our travelers with truly exceptional travel experiences. For the most satisfying experience, and in fairness to your fellow travelers, please note that this trip requires the following capabilities:
- Ability to walk without assistance two to three miles, at times over uneven terrain.
- Ability to climb sets of stairs without handrails, without assistance.
- Ability to walk and stand for up to two hours at sites listening to a guide.
- Ability to keep pace with an active group of travelers.
Anyone with a serious medical problem, whose medical situation might be adversely affected by strenuous travel, or who might have difficulty walking should not consider this trip. If your medical history is such that you have any questions or doubts about your ability to enjoy this trip, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss your concerns with you.
It is a good idea to carry an up-to-date record of known allergies and/or chronic medical problems so that emergency treatment, if necessary, can be carried out with minimal risk to your health. Medical treatment is easily accessible in New Orleans.
Please plan to bring all prescription medications that you will require for the entire trip. All essential medications need to be in their original containers, and should always be packed in your carry-on luggage.
As in many major cities of the world, pick-pocketing and bag-snatching can occur in New Orleans. Please be careful, and please keep your cash and credit cards safe. Keep your passport and other valuables in a safe place and leave expensive jewelry at home.
Also, bring photocopies of your ID or passport, credit cards, and other important documents and keep them separate from the originals.
As a matter of common courtesy, please ask permission from anyone you wish to photograph.