If the first thing you do in a new city is Google the best eats and unpack your comfiest pants, we’ve got the perfect adventure to satisfy your travel appetite. Our dedicated food trips are one part adventure, two parts delicious. They're local-led, street-level journeys through a country’s freshest produce, busiest markets and yummiest home cooking. So stop ordering the "usual" at your regular spot, and experience the unusual, the extrodinary and the most scrumptious eats this world has to offer. Check out our menu below, and we’ll be right back to take your order.
NEW Food Adventures
9 Days From £1,650
Asia Real Food Adventures
If you’re looking to put something unusual on your plate, Asia is the place to be. We’ll take you past the fancy restaurants and get you snacking like the locals do: century eggs in Shanghai, silken tofu with the monks of Koya San, tarantula wine in Phnom Penh and a fiery jungle curry in Kanchanaburi. Set your stomachs to rumble, people.
India & Sri Lanka Real Food Adventures
Two of the world’s hottest foodie destinations (see what we did there?). People think India and Sri Lanka are all about the curries, but there’s so much more to try here, especially at street level. We’re talking fresh hoppers in Colombo, Kandy’s highland tea plantations, crispy vada pav chips in Mumbai and Portuguese seafood fresh from the waters off Goa.
12 Days From £1,111
15 Days From £1,128
12 Days From £1,255
26 Days From £2,660
Central & South America Real Food Adventures
The Americas have two things in abundance: fun and flavor. You’ll get plenty of both on our South and Central food adventures. Maybe quaffing some tangy Malbec in Argentina’s Mendoza winelands, cocktail classes at Lima’s top Pisco bodega or a stomach-expanding taco crawl in Mexico City. If you think Taco Bell is as good as it gets, we need to talk pronto.
Europe, Morocco & Middle East Real Food Adventures
Sure, Europe’s got your classic foodie hotspots – France, Italy and all that jazz – but this year we’re going a bit more ‘off menu’. How about some truffle tasting in Motovun, Croatia, or a wine tour of Macedonia? Maybe some northern Spanish cuisine in the Picos de Europa mountains? Trust us, there’s more to the continent than gelato and croissants (not matter how delicious).