Best of Indian food Tours
| A 12 days Indian food tour to North & South |
11 Nights & 12 DaysDestinations : Delhi – Jaipur – Agra – Kochi – Alleppey – Kochi
Discover the sounds, stories and flavors of India in our best of Indian food tours. Our best of Indian food tours will take you through the culinary habits of North and south India. This tour will give you a fascinating peek into the complete array of the region’s delectable food. So, get ready for our Indian food tour to Northern and Southern India and treat your palate to street foods, traditional home cooking, gastronomic hotspots and regional culinary delights.
- Get a real local insight into the street food scene of North and South India
- Experience the splendor of the Taj Mahal
- Discover the vibrant food culture of the cities
- Take part in the cooking demonstration
- Experience some of India's best-known culinary traditions
Program SummaryThis best of Indian food tours starts at the capital city of Delhi. You will be visiting various monuments with famous spice market & the colorful food streets offering authentic north Indian cuisines. You will get to taste a number of delicious food items. The next destination is the royal city of Jaipur. You will also learn the secrets of Rajasthani cuisine while trying out different cuisines during your two nights stay in this city. Later, head towards the city of Mughal- Agra, and visit the beautiful Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Post sightseeing you, will be taken to a home of a traditional Indian family where you will get an insight into the day-to-day life of local Delhi people. Next will be the city of Kochi. Take an orientation trip of the city before enjoy the cooking demonstration at a traditional restaurant. In Alleppey, embark on a houseboat for a cruise with lunch on board.
ExclusionsInternational airfare | Visa & insurance | Video / Camera fee | Optional activities | Personal expenses | Other items that are not mentioned above
Indians love spices and no meal is prepared without them. Unlike Western culture, there are no meal courses in India when it comes to serving food. All meals are served at once. However, depending on the local culture and cuisine of this country, you may find different styles of serving. In addition, the dishes are not served in individual portions, so the women of the house will either serve the food on your plate or you can help yourself. Most parts of the country follow the same food etiquettes, however, you may find that the practices in the northern and southern regions are different.