India Culinary Tours

India Culinary Tours

These culinary tours are a great combination of various travel experiences like food, history, art, culture and adventure in one package. These tours are tailor made for solo travelers, couples and small groups of friends and families who wish to enjoy their holidays in India together. We have listed out a few sample travel itineraries below which can be modified to add or remove destinations, activities and other aspects according to preferences of the guests. Depending upon tour itinerary chosen, these culinary tours can include activities such as food tours, cooking demos (and classes), jungle safari, desert trips, camping, wine tasting, tea tasting, cultural events, yoga and various others. We offer these tours in places like New Delhi, Jaipur, Varanasi, Agra, Udaipur, Ranthambore, Jodhpur and other places can be included on request. We take care of all major logistics like accommodation, transport, meals, sightseeing, activity booking etc. so that our guests are free to enjoy their vacation with complete peace of mind. 

Sample Culinary Tour Itineraries

Culinary Tour of Delhi, Agra & Jaipur (6 days)   Link 2
Culinary Tour of Delhi, Agra, Jaipur & Udaipur (9 days)  Link 2
Culinary Tour of Delhi, Agra, Jaipur & Jodhpur (9 days) Link 2
Culinary Tour of Delhi, Agra, Jaipur & Varanasi (7 days) Link 2 
Culinary Tour of Delhi, Agra and Rishikesh ( 7 days)  Link 2

Following are some aspects of these tour packages:

Destinations: New Delhi, Agra, Rajasthan, Rishikesh, Varanasi and other places depending upon preferences of guests.
Accommodations: A mix of best luxury and heritage hotels in each city.
Mode of transport: By road. By air and [...]

By |September 23rd, 2016||Comments Off on India Culinary Tours|

Food Tour of India With a Chef : November 2015

Food Tour of India With a Chef : November 2015

Foodie travellers planning to visit India in November or later can now book a Food Tour Of India With A Chef. This food tour in November is 6 days long and will cover cuisines and sights of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur . The culinary activities includes food tours, cooking classes, introduction to spices and much more, all done by local expert chefs. Additionally, the food tour will cover sightseeing of all major monuments in every city plus a few other interesting activities like playtime with elephants, desert safaris and more. This food tour of India is a fast paced Indian culinary tour with a lot to see, eat, do and explore and is suitable for tourists who want to do maximum amount of everything in shortest time possible. In addition to services mentioned, these tours will have a professional photographer accompanying the guests during who will take their pictures as well as help them take some good ones wherever required.

Check in on 14th November, New Delhi

The day before official start of food tour, i.e. on 14th November the guests will be picked up from airport or some other location in city and transported to their hotel in Delhi where they will stay for 2 more nights. Chef Rajeev will meet them there and take them on a gourmet dinner in one of top restaurants in Delhi. The dinner will be an occasion to be introduced to fellow travellers and get some information related to the tour like what to expect, what to wear and so on.

DAY 1 : Food Tour of Delhi

 Our first day begins with food tour of Delhi, starting with old Delhi. A great way to be introduced [...]

By |April 23rd, 2015||0 Comments|

India Culinary Tour : Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and Udaipur

India Culinary Tour  : Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and Udaipur. 8 Days.

A Golden Triangle of India or luxurious Golden Samosa tour as we call it, covers of the cities Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and Udaipur. This luxury tour will emphasize on Indian food and various cuisines including Marwari, Mewari, Delhi and a few others. A must see for foodie travellers who want a special introduction to the expansive Indian cuisine The best of Northern and West Indian cuisines is covered here, including sightseeing of all major as well as lesser known landmarks in all the cities visited. The culinary activities will be the food tours, cooking classes, kitchen tours, restaurant visits, etc, and are guided by a chef, so that you can cover each detail

DAY 1: Delhi Food Tour

Our first day in Delhi begins with visits to the Delhi landmarks. We see Lotus Temple, a Baha’i house of worship built in 1986 and a 72 m tall tower built in 1193, the Qutub Minar. By noon we begin the award winning food tour of Delhi, starting with old Delhi. A great way to be introduced to Indian cuisine and culture, this trip will set the mood for the rest of the trip. You will get to sample about 15-18 varieties of Indian food dishes each with it’s own place in cuisine of Delhi, as you visit 10 or more food joints in Old Delhi, Central and South Delhi. The food joints that you will visit have been there since many generations and are known for their quality and taste of the food that they provide. You will visit places which are 110 to 40 years old. This trip in the old part of Delhi will make  you walk through the narrow medieval streets of [...]

By |May 27th, 2014||1 Comment|

India Culinary Tour : Delhi, Agra and Jaipur

India Culinary Tour : Delhi, Agra and Jaipur in 6 Days

A special Golden Triangle luxury tour of the cities Delhi, Agra and Jaipur which form the famous Golden Triangle of India or the big Great Indian Samosa as we call it. This luxury tour package is best way to explore various types of Indian food and cuisine. A must see for foodie travelers  who want a special introduction to the different Indian cuisines. Choicest dishes from Northern and West Indian cuisines is covered here, in addition to various fun things to do and  sight seeing of famous as well as lesser known attractions in all the cities. The culinary activities include food tours, cooking classes, kitchen tours, restaurant visits, and are guided by experts so that the guests get the optimal India experience.

Updated Itinerary:  Link 1. Link 2.

DAY 1: Delhi Food Tour

Our first day in Delhi begins with visits to the Delhi landmarks. We see Lotus Temple, a Baha’i house of worship built in 1986 and a 72 m tall tower built in 1193, the Qutub Minar. By noon we begin the award winning food tour of Delhi, starting with old Delhi. A great way to be introduced to Indian cuisine and culture, this trip will set the mood for the rest of the trip. You will get to sample about 15-18 varieties of Indian food dishes each with it’s own place in cuisine of Delhi, as you visit 10 or more food joints in Old Delhi, Central and South Delhi. The food joints that you will visit have been there since many generations and are known for their quality and taste of the food that they provide. You will visit places which are 110 to 40 years old. [...]

By |May 27th, 2014||1 Comment|

Culinary Tours in India

Culinary Tours in India

For foodie tourists, we offer customized culinary tours based on Indian cuisine in Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Goa, Mumbai and a few other places on request. Our focus in these tours is to promote the authentic Indian food culture as enjoyed by locals in different regions of the country. These services include short food walks ( duration of 2 to 9 hours), cooking classes and longer culinary tours.

Short Food Walks

Multi-day Culinary Tours

Cooking Classes.

Facilities offered in our Culinary tours of India

Tailor made culinary tours with a food expert.
 Unlimited food and drinks from best food joints all over the city.
 Pick up and drop from almost any hotel in city in air-conditioned vehicles.
 English speaking guides with good knowledge of city’s history and food culture.
 Bottled water, sanitizer, wipes and more provided at no extra cost
 Extras like kitchen tours, meeting with chefs, cooking classes and more available in select cities.

Features of short food walks:

1) More than  just food tasting
Unlike most of our competitors, our food tours cover  more than one neighbourhood of the city. The food tours cover not only the food, but also it’s history and culture and sights of the city. It’s a complete introduction to how locals live and enjoy their cuisine.

2) All that you can eat food
Our food tours really offer unlimited all that you can eat food. The food tours end only when the guest can’t eat any more.

3) Maximum varieties of food covered
Every food tour covers at least 15-20 different Indian food dishes which cover a large [...]

By |June 19th, 2013||2 Comments|