Tours with a food focus are one of the best ways to get to know a culture. It’s not just about local flavours that are impossible to imitate back home, but the immersive experience of food focused travel.

Our Peregrine Food Collection tours offer the same immersive experiences as our classic small group adventures, with an added focus on the local flavours each destination has to offer. Whether you’re after opulence or authenticity, our food trips bury you in the heart your destination. Whet your palate with slow-cooked lamb in the Marrakech medina, watch as Morocco's famous ras el hanout spice mix is made before your eyes, or try your hand at constructing an elaborate pastilla in Fes. Then there are places like Vietnam where the food is the country’s soul, reflecting its endemic beauty and French and Chinese influences.

Our Food Collection tours

12 Days From CHF 2,000

Take a delectable journey through Morocco, from Casablanca to Marrakech – full of...

12 Days From CHF 2,235

Salty, spicy, tangy, fresh – fire up the taste buds in delicious Vietnam on that takes...

9 Days From CHF 4,710

Discover the culinary traditions and regional specialties of northern Italy. Sample...

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Tagine cooking class with Peregrine Adventures in Morocco

Morocco’s favourite dish, made with love

The tagine is the perfect symbol of Morocco – varied in flavour, infinite in possibilities. In Marrakech learn to cook tagines and salads, and then savour your creations over a delicious lunch.

Vietnamese Coffee on Peregrine's Vietnam Food Explorer

Vietnamese coffee, with a twist

All visitors to Vietnam should indulge in a traditional Vietnamese coffee, ca phe da. Made using coarsely ground roast coffee, drop-filtered into a cup containing a few tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk. 

White truffle hunting on Peregrine Adventures Italy Food Explorer

Truffle hunting in northern Italy

Go on the hunt for white truffles through vineyard-covered hills in Langhe.  Learn the tricks for knowing where to dig, then return to a winery for a cooking class in the cellar to enjoy your finds and creations.

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