Female Couch Surfing in New Orleans

Couch surfing in New Orleans offers a unique, immersive way to explore this vibrant city. As a woman traveler, this experience lets you meet locals and fellow travelers who provide insight into the heart of NOLA's unique culture. It is more than just a free place to stay; it's a gateway to deeply understanding the city through its people. Engage in lively jambalaya cookouts, authentic jazz sessions, or spontaneous street festivals, guided by locals. You'll be surprised how much this enriches your journey, providing unparalleled memories tinged with the authenticity and warmth that only local New Orleanians offer.

Hosts in New Orleans

Kelly

Kelly

New Orleans

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hello! I’m originally from Taiwan. Now I’m studying at Tulane for exchanging. New Orleans is a dynamic city, and also very fun to stay if you love good food, bars and vintage cafes. I speak Mandarin, English, Japanese and a little bit French. It’d wonderful if you’re interested in language exchange because I could be the best language exchange partner you’ve ever met😉

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Karen

Karen

About Me

Recently relocated to New Orleans from California, semi-retired and self-employed and ready to journey with like-minded people. Independent, I like to explore, get lost and intimate with new places!

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Lindsey

Lindsey

About Me

Hi! I’m Lindsey. I live in the New Orleans area with my husband and two dogs. I love meeting new people, traveling and experiencing all the world has to offer.

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Upcoming visitors to New Orleans

Arianna

Arianna

About Me

Hello! My name is Arianna I’m from Rome in Italy. I’m living in NY now working at the UN (unpaid😭😭). It’s my first time in the US but I’m more fascinated with the South so I’ve decided to come to New Orleans for a bit. I’m super clean, respectful and definitely a girls girl.

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Experiences from New Orleans

Overall rating

4.5 /5

based on 24 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

4.6/5

Safety

4.4/5

Food

4.4/5

Budget-friendly

3/5
Izzy

Izzy (20)

United Kingdom

Solo travel experience

Although it may not be the most secure city in the world, I felt safe and stuck around crowded/tourist areas during the day and night anyway. There are lots of interesting museums if you don't want to just drink, as well as swamp/nature tours. Definitely would recommend for southern/soul food; Neyo's is a good place. I didn't have a set budget but I wound up spending around £200 on souvenirs and tours, and as for getting around it was quite easy to walk or take the cheap streetcars. Overall, I can't wait to go back again.

Posted: February 19, 2024Experienced: September, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 4/5Budget-friendly: 4/5Safety: 4/5
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Solo travel experience

I went on my first solo trip to New Orleans, and I am really glad I did. It was a wonderful experience. I met great people and the city turned out to be incredibly hospitable, full of life, and beautiful.

Posted: January 19, 2024
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 5/5
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Briana

Briana

United States

Solo travel experience

I walked around the French Quarter during the daylight and felt safe. There were lots of people around because this is the tourist area. I took a walking tour of the French Quarter and a bus tour that took us to other areas that seemed quieter but mostly safe and warm and friendly. There was shopping, parks, museums, so much to do! I was there for work (I wouldn’t be able to afford the Four Seasons otherwise lol!) so I didn’t have lots of time there and would love to go back.

Posted: December 14, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 4/5
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