Iberia Travel Blog
Savor the difference at the Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival on Sept. 24-28, 2014 in New Iberia.
Aug. 3-9, 2014 is National Farmers Market Week and Iberia Parish is ready to celebrate! See what the parish is doing to promote eating healthy and local.
Iberia and other parishes were host to New York Daily News reporter Alex Palmer on his recent journey of the South.
Visual artist and University of Louisiana at Lafayette 2013 Distinguished Professor Lynda Frese and traditional French Louisiana musician David Greely, founding fiddler of the Mamou Playboys, have been selected as artists in residence for the Art and Shadows program. With a goal of enriching the culture's art scene, Shadows-on-the-Teche is excited to host the pair. Read more about how the partnership came to be.
July is Park and Recreation Month across the United States and Iberia Parish is celebrating!
The 63rd Delcambre Shrimp Festival is here and there are big plans for a great time. Read about the festival's activities and events including a fais-do-do, shrimp cookoff and blessing of the fleet and come party with us.
James Lee Burke has done it again! A new novel is on the way this summer.
You are officially invited to become a Visit Louisiana Coast Coastal Cruiser. Enter to win!
Eleven Iberia Parish attractions, restaurants and accommodations have been honored with the TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence.
Taste the heat on a new Tabasco food tour.
Landry's Cajun Seafood & Steakhouse of New Iberia announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award for the second year in a row.
Come experience Cajun Country’s Hot Side, home to famous attractions, world renowned cuisine, contagious music, sizzling events and people who never meet a stranger. Then, cool down at Cajun RVera Resort, the only RV resort in Iberia Parish.
Iberia Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau introduced four new interpretive kiosks, or wayfinding panels, on award-winning Main Street New Iberia for National Travel and Tourism Week.
Every spring, more than 240 species of birds flock back to Iberia Parish. Waterfowl, roseate spoonbills and snowy egrets are just a few of the species of birds who call the Bayou Teche Corridor of the Atchafalaya Loop home, and there are numerous locations where they can be found.