Food Tours to India & Sri-Lanka
| Most popular among food tours to 2 countries |
13 Nights & 14 DaysDestinations : Delhi – Jaipur – Agra – Kochi – Alleppey – Kochi
Our most popular food tours to India & Sri-Lanka offer you a chance to explore the diversity of not just the culture but the food as well. Indulge in this gourmet adventure in India and Sri Lanka. Discover the iconic sights of Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Colombo, Kandy and Sigiriya and taste the best and most authentic local cuisines along the way. Try your hand cooking authentic cuisine in cooking sessions under the guidance of our local experts. This food tours’ itinerary traces both countries’ histories; their ancient capitals, holiest sites, modern metropolises and diverse cuisines in just a span of two weeks.
- Treat your eyes to banquets with rainbow spices and colorful vegetables
- Learn how to prepare authentic cuisine in a hands-on cooking session
- Spoil your taste buds with flavorful curries and sweet desserts
- Climb the UNESCO fortress Sigirya and admire the frescoes
- Capture ancient sites and the sacred Temple of the Tooth
Program SummaryFood tours to India and Sri Lanka include varied experiences and cuisines from both countries. Your tour begins in India with the golden triangle cities of Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. During your sightseeing tour followed by culinary breaks in-between, you will enjoy the cuisine and sights of India. You will be taken to popular spice markets to learn about the different types of spices and will also be taken for cooking demonstration at the home of an Indian family. After an entertaining cultural roller coaster experience in India, fly to Srilanka, where you will spend the remaining 7 days of the tour. The tour begins with 2 nights in the capital city, Colombo, followed by a visit to the cultural cities of Kandy and Sigiriya. During these seven days, you will get to explore Sri Lanka's rich culture and cuisine.
ExclusionsOther flights | Visa & Medi-claim | Camera fees | Tipping | Laundry | All other expenses that are not included above
Washing your hands is the first step of dining as per Indian etiquette. Indians don’t usually use cutlery for eating food, they prefer eating with their fingers. When dining in India, always use your right hand as Indians consider the use of the left hand to be unclean and offensive. Indian culture highly encourages sharing food with others. The level of spice can differ from region to region. Hence, it is always advisable to check the spice level with the restaurant chef before placing an order.