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                             Established 2004

Cajun Country Swamp Tours
owner/operater  Walter "Butch" Guchereau and family are proud to offer you eco-swamp tours through a beautiful surreal cypress/tupelo swamp that is sure to charm and excite your imagination.

The area you will tour is well known for it's scenic beauty and wildlife.



Cajun Country Swamp Tours experienced guides are informative skilled boatmen who will entertain you while they do their best to get you safely up close and personal with wildlife, enhancing your adventure and allowing you to have great picture taking opportunities.

The boats we use are open Cajun Crawfish Skiffs (Swamp People Boats) which are designed to get us through the trees and up close to wildlife. They are powered by very quiet environmently friendly 4-stroke outboard motors.

We provide Free cold bottle water on the tour boat during warmer months.

Tours are conducted all year 7 days a week by appointment.

Tour start times vary day by day, influenced by demand, weather, and time of year.

Tours last two hours
  This is a primative area and not a theme park. Each day is distinctly different and controlled only by the weather, the seasons, and  of course  Mother Nature. 


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Rates and Reservation Information

 The tours last approximately 2 hours and cost $20.00 per  adult

$10.00 per child (12 and younger) 

Payment maybe made by PC online with the Book Now button or
by phone 337-319-0010 or 
cash at the boat.

We accept all major credit cards, cash, or personal and travelers checks. 

Cajun Country Swamp Tours conducts swamp tours seven days a week, including holidays, all year round. 

 Time schedules change day by day, influenced by demand, the weather, and the time of year.
Seating is limited so reservations are recommended. 

We do accept walk ups if room is available and the price is same as reservations

 To make reservations or for more information contact us by phone at
or e-mail us at
*Reservation being made 24 hours or less before the tour date please call instead of e-mail.

*All email reservations must receive a final confirmation from  
Cajun Country Swamp Tours to be valid. The confirming email will contain
1.  Date and Time of swamp tour
2.  Number of people in your group
3.  Directions to swamp tour site

We do have a 24 hour cancellation policy 

Meet the Guides



Butch Guchereau the owner/operator is a Breaux Bridge native cajun and has college degrees in Zoology and Botany. Butch paid his way through college by working dredge boats during the summers on the Mississippi and Atchafalaya River systems where he experienced the dynamic forces that have built the land of Acadiana. Butch  learned how the rivers, bayous, wetland areas, man's interventions and coastal erosion are all intertwined and constanly changing.  His educational background and personal experiences growing up in and around swamps has given Butch rich insight into the ecology of Louisiana swamps.
Tour Guide
 since 2011 

Butch has imported this knowledge and insights to Shawn, who he has had in the swamps since he was in diapers.  Today because of all the knowledge Shawn was taught and has learned on his own, Butch calls him the "Bayouoligist"


Bob Gary
Tour Guide
since 2014


 Bob Gary, Breaux Bridge native as well as a close family friend, has college degree in liberal arts and his heart in the swamp.  As a hobby he walks the swamps looking for interesting cypress wood pieces which he makes into one of a kind cypress clocks. 
                                                                                                                   Bob learned from Butch and did reserch of his own and as his reviews on Yelp attest he is a great guide.

Our Tour Guides will do their best to bring you the best swamp experience possible.

      My son and I have spent most our lives either learning about or earning an income from the swamps of Cajun Country-this is where we want to be.  The swamps are our passion and Joie de Vivre (joy of life), and sharing a couple hours with people who love and enjoy nature is an enjoyable experience for us.

    Hope to see you soon




1. What if the weather turns bad?
This is one of the reasons to have your phone number, if we cancel the tour we will able to contact you ahead of time so you can make other plans and not waste time on a maybe

Louisiana's average annual rain fall for our area is approximately 60 inches.
Normally the wettest month is July and the driest October.

If the rain is light and sporadic and guest are gun ho the tour will go out.
If the rain is continuous or lightning in the area the tour will be canceled and any and all money refunded if you prepaid. Of course you may reschedule for later.

If the tour is underway and has to be canceled your tour charge will be:
a. If you were out less than an hour no obligation.
b. If you were out for 1 to 1 1/2 hours the charge will be 1/2 price.
c. If you were out over 1 1/2 hours or more full price.

 2. When is the best time for wildlife viewing?
Best Time of Day?
a. In colder months best if you schedule your tour late morning to early afternoon.
b. In warmer months best if you schedule 1st tour of the day or late afternoon.
Best Time of Year?
a. Mid March through May
b. Mid October through December

3. Will we see alligators?
If the weather cooperates yes you will see alligators.
The area we tour through has a healthy population of alligators
we do not feed alligators or keep little ones in a bucket

Generally early to late spring and late fall to early winter are best
mid to late summer and mid to late winter bad
during the week is generally better than weekends due to increased boat traffic on weekends

4. Are there age restrictions?

5. Are life jackets provided?

6. Are dogs allowed?
Personal assist dogs are definitely allowed

Pet Dogs are allowed if the:
a. tour is a private group tour
b. dog is people friendly and everyone scheduled for the tour agrees
7. How should I dress?
Dress is casual and appropriate for the weather
Temperatures on the water tend to be little cooler than on land

8. Are food and beverages allowed?
Food and beverages are allowed as long as all containers are removed from the boat at end of tour
there are no restrooms on the boat

9. Is alcohol allowed?
If the tour is a private tour alcohol is allowed
if the tour is not private no alcohol allowed
also remember no restrooms on boat

10. Can we take pictures and video?

11. Can gift certificates be purchased?
Yes, just call 337-319-0010 or e-mail

Hope to see you soon