There’s no place on earth like the Bayou, and there's nothing like its real estate. Featuring one-of-a-kind homes with wild amenities, sometimes set in the difficult and unpredictable swampland, this series meets the needs of gator hunters, catfish noodlers, shrimping and crawfish enthusiast and everything important to Central Louisiana. Some homes float, some are propped up by stilts, while others have prime space for airboat docking. (Source: Destination America)
Mac and Kelsey are looking for a home for them and their 5-month-old daughter in tubing paradise, the Bogue Chitto River. They will search two states, Mississippi and Louisiana, for a home that will give them access to a favorite bayou activity--tubing.
Alligator Point, Florida is so swampy and wild, it's known as the Forgotten Coast. This area feels like the bayou, which is why water taxi driver Richard and Julia want a waterfront home here. But there's a unique danger in this area--bayou bears.