Iberia Travel Blog
Cruisin' Cajun Country is back and ready to rev up your weekend! Read up on how the festival got started and what is in store for those who attend.
Did you know Iberia Parish is home to one of the largest Lao communities in the USA? Or that there is a Buddhist Temple located in the city? We took a behind the scenes tour to learn about how the Lao community formed, and learn about the religion as well as see the breathtaking temples. Come discover this hidden gem with us.
Our French intern Johanna Hyves gives a few thoughts on her first impressions of the area, people and culture and notes how very similar we are to our French heritage.
Dragons will roam the earth again at the Acadiana Dragon Boat Races. Wess Robison guest blogs about the event and what it takes to tame these dragon riders.
Johanna Hyves spent a fun filled day exploring Iberia Parish and all it's offerings. Read more to follow her journey in both English and French.
It's here! The new Avery Island Experience has arrived. With access to areas that have never been open to the public before, there has never been a better time to visit Avery Island.
French intern Johanna Hyves gives her take on the new Tabasco tour and what visitors can expect to see when they visit.
Looking for something sweet to do with your significant other this Valentine's Day? Read our suggestions for how to make this day, and every other one, special.
French intern Johanna Hyves attended the Bayou Teche Museum's annual gala and new exhibit unveiling.
French intern Johanna Hyves toured Avery Island for the first time with board member Nelwyn Hebert. Read about what's it's like seeing the Tabasco Factory for the first time including trying the ice cream!
Meet Johanna Hyves, IPCVB's French intern in her first guest blog of her travels with us. Learn about her hometown in France and why she chose New Iberia as her place of exchange.
Meet the newest flea market in town, Taunt Na Na's. In their guest blog Tonya Romeroa and Todd Badeaux talk shop, DIY and why Taunt Na Na.
Happy New Year! As cliché as it seems, a new year does bring with it new friends, new adventures and new memories, and Iberia Parish is already working on its resolution of bringing all of these to our visitors and locals in 2016.
Take out the fur coats! This year, Iberia Parish will be under an ice queen's spell with a myriad of Magic on Main holiday events for the whole family during November and December.
Try Conrad Rice Mill/KONRIKO®'s recipe for duck gumbo this fall season for a delicious take on a classic concoction!
New Iberia's sister city of Alhaurin de la Torre may be in Spain, but the twin cities share a long and strong history through tourists, culture and the annual El Festival Espanol. Read José Manuel de Molina Bautista's guest blog to discover another side of New Iberia.
Before you celebrate the history, culture and heritage of Spanish New Iberia at the El Festival Espanol de Nueva Iberia, learn about the Spanish roots in the parish in Chairman Ebrar Reaux's own words.
Ready to get scary? Here are 10 spooky things to do in Iberia Parish this Halloween.
2015 is the 250th anniversary of the arrival of the Acadians in Louisiana and Iberia Parish is celebrating!
Merci beaucoup LA Association of Extension 4-H Agents Jennifer Ducote (St. Mary Parish) and Christy Oliver (Iberia Parish) for bringing the Louisiana Assoc. of Extension Agents 4-H State Convention to Ramada Conference Center in New Iberia Aug. 18-21, 2015!