GIVING CIRCLE TOURS
NIGHTLIFE, JAZZ, AND SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY
New Orleans is known as a bit of a party city. It mixes Jazz with southern charm, spooky stories. Aside from the festivals, haunted happenings, and world-famous foods, the city is home to several people and organizations doing good for the local people and the world.
5 DAYS: 11-16 APRIL 2021 | $4,495 USD*
In the city where Jazz was born, we’ll see a show at Preservation Hall, which also homes a non-profit organization that helps with education and social causes.
Among our favourite foodies stops is the SABA restaurant, home of an award-winning chef who donates a portion of his revenues to affordable housing in the city.
Visit historic plantations, reminiscent of Gone with the Wind, and their photogenic oak trees, unique custom architecture, and learn the rich history of these properties.
We’ll visit the Touro Synagogue and the Museum of Southern Jewish experience to explore their music, food, film, speakers, and participate in workshops.
Experience unique southern hospitality at the resort-like Ritz Carlton, only steps away from the Canal Street streetcar and some of the city’s best sights.
Guided City Tours
Dubbed the most haunted city in America, New Orleans is filled with stories of ghosts, Voodoo, magic, pirates, vampires and more. We’ll learn about them from local experts.
And of course, we also include high-end accommodation, authentic cuisine, land transportation, free time to explore at your leisure and much more...
Our Insider Journey will focus on the Jewish community that has existed in New Orleans since French Colonial times. Through periods of social and economic success, and even times of exile and persecution, the Jewish population of New Orleans has grown and contributed to the city for more than two centuries.
This is a great opportunity to discover that Jewish connection and get inspired by the creativity and vibrant spirit of this special community while enjoying a high-end stay and the award-winning authentic cuisine the city proudly offers.
Tour curator and host
Michelle is excited to host this tour to New Orleans, one of her favourite destinations. She welcomes the opportunity to lead her group and introduce them to the local Jewish community and together share and experience the inspiring and unknown stories of vibrant New Orleans and its creative community.