Planning a trip to New Orleans for Mardi Gras? Here are our tips for planning your solo trip, including the best affordable luxury places to stay near the parade route, and how to get around New Orleans!
Two of the raunchiest, most profane parades that take place during Carnival season are Krewe du Vieux and Krewe Delusion … but they should not be missed! They’re some of the most entertaining and fun parades in the city. They keep things lighthearted and certainly fuel your wild side!
Twelfth Night is significant here in New Orleans, because it is the official start of the Carnival season, which concludes at the end of Mardi Gras day. Leave it to a city like New Orleans to transition directly from the Christmas holidays to Carnival season!
Is Mardi Gras season a good time to visit New Orleans as a solo traveler? Astrid Clements says yes! Find out why, and how to experience a safe, memorable and exciting New Orleans Mardi Gras traveling alone by listening to the latest episode of our Solo Travel Talk podcast!
Twelfth Night kicks off the Carnival season, and in New Orleans, this means that the Mardi Gras festivities can finally begin. Everyone knows that this is the most wonderful time of the year here, and it’s time to celebrate with some long-awaited King Cake!