Waterfalls in Louisiana
Louisiana Waterfalls were about as contradictory as you could get. I mean, how can there be waterfalls in a state dominated by bayous and plains? Admittedly, it was a bit of a stretch to say we’ve visited a waterfall in the state because the lone waterfall series we’re listing here in the Clark Creek Waterfalls was technically just across the border in the state of Mississippi. Still, we made an exception to the rule here given its proximity to the state border and how most people would access it from the Louisiana side.
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Nevertheless, we’re aware of a couple more waterfalls that were exclusively in the state’s borders (a rarity considering flat and close to sea level its land is), but time and the flooding conditions didn’t allow for us to pursue them (maybe next time).
In any case, the main reason for spending a good amount of time in the state was New Orleans, whose mix of cultures, lively atmosphere, architecture, and food, was unlike any other city we’ve been to in the states. We could totally see why it’s a popular place to be in, and we hope to have the opportunity to go waterfalling here again while experiencing the buzz of the French Quarter all over again!
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