Food & Wine Tours

Satisfy your love of food, wine and travel when you take a tour or river cruise designed to embrace each continent’s unique and sumptuous culinary delights. Follow the smell of food and spices through mesmerising markets of Morocco, Peru or Asia and master recipes taught by those that know them best. Share traditional meals with the locals, sample wine from Bordeaux, or explore slow food and fish markets in Italy!

Popular Food & Wine Tours

12 Days Tokyo to Kyoto
Operated By: Intrepid
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10 Days Kochi to Hyderabad
Operated By: Intrepid
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3 Days Istanbul to Istanbul
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Must do experiences and highlights on your culinary tour

The Fish Markets in Gallipoli
The Fish Markets in Gallipoli
Puglia’s Gallipoli has a rich fishing history and the fish market is the place to sample the fresh catch of the day on a slow food tour of Italy.
Home Cooking in Vietnam
Home Cooking in Vietnam
Share a home cooked meal with a local family in their home in a unique opportunity to sample the local flavours and recipes of everyday life.
A Harvest Tour in Bordeaux
A Harvest Tour in Bordeaux
Join a harvest tour at a vineyard in Bordeaux, with a viticulture specialist. Participate in an interactive winemaking workshop and wine tasting.
Tour with a Celebrated Chef
Tour with a Celebrated Chef
Combine your love of food, wine and travel when you tour with a celebrated chef. Their expertise opens your access to unique gastronomy, fine food and wine and cooking demonstrations so you take new skills and flavours home.
The Medina in Marrakesch
The Medina in Marrakesch
Take an insider’s guided tour of the medina and Jemma el Fna with a local foodie for an incredible tasting tour, surrounded by the colour and aroma of spices, ras el hanout, and traditional wood-fired bakeries.

Brochures featuring Food & Wine Tours

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Recent Reviews

What our clients are saying about their food & wine touring experiences


“Easy trip through a rough country”
Mike - QLD, Australia Oct 2019
The tour was organised very well by our tour guide Rabia. It was surprising to see how rough/third world parts of Morocco are, although it is a lovely country. It really felt like you were travelling through a bunch of countries - from deserts to mountains, big cities to nomad tents. The most surprising place on the tour was the Emerald city. A cross between Morocco and Switzerland with brilliant views. I have to commend Intrepid on taking us to very remote communities and experiencing something ...read more

“The very real Spain and Portugal”
Rosemary Douglas - SA, Australia Sep 2018
Rather than travelling in cocooned middle class luxury this small group tour offered a very real and active experience of Spain and Portugal, travelling by local trains as well as small tourist vans, going to the real local markets, having cooking lessons from locals and staying in small family owned hotels. The guide for each country was wonderful: friendly, knowledgeable, efficient and great company. We went to wonderfully interesting and varied places, some touristy, some not, and ate and drank ...read more

“Interesting and colourful trip through a surprising land”
Jann - NSW, Australia Apr 2018
Morocco is a very big country and you must be prepared for long distances. Sahara desert, traditional cooking, chef school in Marrakech were all excellent experiences. Some of the more remote locations are low on food variety and accommodations are basic, showers not very functional and beds are hard but it adds colour to the experience. Our guide was very ingenious, put together a great last minute picnic or two (favourite eating experience!) had a wealth of contacts and knew his territory as ...read more

“Overall a fantastic holiday”
Yvonne Rutland - NZ, New Zealand Sep 2015
We did have a problem with the documents. Some confusion over who had them. James our tour director found them and had them sent on to Melbourne. The B&B was a great idea. The very long bus day was too long and uncomfortable. It would have been better to stay somewhere else on route as everyone liked the small towns better than the cities. The Adelaide hotel was horrid, the rooms were stuffy and very hot. The desk said they were having trouble with the air conditioning but never fixed it or offered ...read more