Baton Rouge Transportation
Baton Rouge Metro Airport (BTR) is a regional ariport with connecting flights to large airports in the South. Car Rental service is provided by Avis, Budget, Hertz and National. Taxi service is provided by Airport Cab (225-356-9386), Taxicab (225-667-3600) and Yellow Cab 225-926-6400. Taxis costs $30 from the airport to Downtown for one person and $10 per passenger for three or more passengers. Pick-up is on the airport lower level, outside the baggage claim area. Shuttle reservations (225-933-7107) are also available.
Capitol Area Transit Service (CATS), provides bus service around downtown, to the airport and Southern University.
Gray Line sightseeing tours, group tour packages, prearranged individual packages, step-on guide service, airport transfers, shuttle service, hotel accommodations, meals. Full-and half-day tours are available.
ADDRESS: 10464 South Choctaw Drive, Baton Rouge, LA
PHONE: 225-273-0080 or 800-441-6962
Acadian Swamp & Alligator Tours
A 1.5-hour tour through the Atchafalaya Spillway on a covered boat, comfortable seats, handicapped accessible and Coast Guard approved.
ADDRESS: 58235 New Camp Road, White Castle, LA
Come take a ride on the ‘Wild Side’! Airboats operate on swamps, marsh and dry land. Personalized tours in fan boats; seats 6 to 15 persons and has experienced captains who will ensure that you get many photo opportunities.
ADDRESS: 4262 Highway 90 East, Des Allemands, LA
Alligator Bayou Swamp Tours
Fun and amazing eco-swamp tour just 10 minutes from Baton Rouge. Get up close to alligators and turtles in our new exhibits. View wildlife and nature from the deck of the Alligator Queen.
ADDRESS: 35019 Alligator Bayou Road, Prairieville, LA
<strong>Baton Rouge Freeways: Traffic is generally light in this small city, except during major events or college football games. This charming city only has few freeways that are easy to navigate, but have few lanes.