Las Vegas to Indianapolis via New Orleans

This route is for those who want to ride through the unique American countryside while enjoying an awesome trip by visiting major cities like Los Angeles, San Diego, New Orleans or Dallas. A unique journey! Beginning in Las Vegas further to Los Angeles, which lifestyle is the envy of the world. Once you are in San Diego go to La Jolla Cove and see the magnificent sunset. Or enjoy a laid- back day in Seaport Village and watch the beautiful bay view. This real Arizona treasure is a must see when travelling to Phoenix. The Montezuma castle is built into a limestone cliff and more than 300 years old. Albuquerque is one of the oldest inland cities in the U.S. Bring definitely a visit to Sandia Crest for te most amazing views. Bring a visit to Bricktown once you're in Oklahoma city, with its wide variety of places to dine and listen to music. Visit Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center and learn about the wildlife and ecology exhibits in Baton Rouge. Walk along the Frenchmen Street in New Orleans and go to the local jazz places in the city and don't forget to take the real authentic New Orleans transport streetcar to the city! On your last day visit the Indianapolis Children's Museum wit shows and different activities or visit the Indianapolis zoo with a huge number of different animals.

Recommended vehicles:

Couple: The Happy Explorer is normally for 2 adults and 3 children but for this trip you will need the extra space. With a long hot road ahead, the upgrade is definitely worthwhile to travel in comfort

Family: No doubt, the Elite Traveller is the vehicle fitted for this journey! You will enjoy your time so much in this vehicle, with enough space and features for all circumstances.


Day 1: Las Vegas to Los Angeles
Day 2: Los Angeles
Day 3: Los Angeles
Day 4: Los Angeles to San Diego
Day 5: San Diego to Phoenix
Day 6: Phoenix
Day 7: Phoenix to Albuquerque
Day 8: Albuquerque
Day 9: Albuquerque to Oklahoma City
Day 10: Oklahoma City to Dallas
Day 11: Dallas
Day 12: Dallas to Austin
Day 13: Austin to San Antonio
Day 14: San Antonio to Houston
Day 15: Houston to Baton Rouge
Day 16:  Baton Rouge
Day 17: Baton Rouge to New Orleans
Day 18: New Orleans
Day 19: New Orleans to Memphis
Day 20: Memphis
Day 21: Memphis to Nashville
Day 22: Nashville to Louisville
Day 23: Louisville to Indianapolis


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Los Angeles

Start your RV adventure with the magnificent sights and sounds of Los Angeles. Discover the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, or enjoy California's natural beauty and great climate. Venice Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the world and attracts daily influx of tourists. In addition if you are traveling with your children, Disneyland is on your way. More Info

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Itinerary: Day 3


Phoenix is the biggest state capital in the United States. A good attraction to see while here is to drive the Apache Trail which offers unforgettable sceneries or by visiting Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot as well More Info

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Itinerary: Day 4


Albuquerque is known as the capital of the hot air balloon. By taking a hot air Balloon you can observe Albuquerque from the sky and get an incredible experience. Albuquerque is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States with 530,000 inhabitants. More Info

Location:Water Taxi, Bricktown | Photographer: name | Copyright: name

Itinerary: Day 6

Oklahoma City

Enjoy one of the Water Taxis in the Bricktown neighbourhood and one of the sunsets over Lake Hefner in the northwest district of the city. Simply marvellous! More Info

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Itinerary: Day 7


On Stone Street Gardens you can drink a famous frozen margarita, a speciality from Dallas. More Info

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Itinerary: Day 8


Have a break in the Barton Springs Pool. Then go to visit the State Capitol. More Info

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Itinerary: Day 8

San Antonio

If you come through this region, a great place to check out is “The Alamo”. There, Texas soldiers fought against the Mexican army for the Texas Revolution for 13 days, this is one of the famous attractions. Then go strolling along the San Antonio River with your sweetheart on a romantic walk. More Info

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Itinerary: Day 8


If you pass by Houston you will have to take a look at the Space Centre, the most famous of its kind in the world! More Info

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Itinerary: Day 8

Baton Rouge

The Louisiana State Capitol has a really unique Gothic style. This is one of the only State Capitol to not follow the architecture of the White House. More Info

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Itinerary: Day 8

New Orleans

New Orleans or La Nouvelle-Orléans in French is a picturesque city retaining the glorious past of the French Colonies architecture, notably with Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. A must see! In addition, sit down at the “Café du Monde” and order one of their famous “beignets”, a typical sweet from France, usually prepared for the ‘Mardi Gras’ period and its festivities. More Info

Location: Rock n Soul Museum, Memphis | Photographer: Gary J Wood | Copyright:

Itinerary: Day 8


Memphis is the birthplace of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, BB King and Otis Redding. By visiting the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum you will feel those incredible artists alive again. More Info

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Itinerary: Day 8


Known as the “music city”, you will be fulfilled by visiting the Schermerhorn Symphony Centre, Ryman Auditorium or RCA Studio B.

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Itinerary: Day 8


In the past one third of the production of Bourbon in the United States came from Louisville. That’s why now days you can attend a huge Bourbon festival, that is now pretty famous. More Info


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Audubon Nature Institute

Address: 1350 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: +1 504-378-2693
Email: [email protected]
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FAQs provided by: Audubon Nature Institue

Can you give a short summary of your main business activities?

The not-for-profit Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans operates ten parks and museums dedicated to Celebrating the Wonders of Nature. For more information about Audubon Nature Institute, its public attractions, and conservation efforts, please visit

Which is your most popular excursion/activity/item/package and why?

Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Entergy IMAX® Theatre and Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium

What is your inside tip? i.e. Arrive Early, Best time of year to visit, group or early bird discounts etc”

Purchase an Audubon Experience Ticket $35.00 Adult Admission $19.00 Child (2 -12) Admission $19.00 Senior (65+)/Student* Admission * Student rate for high school and college students with valid school ID. Our best value! Visit Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Entergy IMAX® Theatre and Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium for one low price. The Audubon Experience package includes one visit to each facility. Audubon Experience packages are valid for 45 consecutive days starting with your first visit. Our attractions are open Tuesday through Sunday and select holiday Mondays.

Can you highly recommend another tourist activity not connected with your business?

French Quarter .

Are there any other landmarks or activities (etc) you think visitors may find interesting in your area?

There are hundreds of activities in downtown New Orleans and the historic Garden District.

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