Savor the delectable bites of Marrakech and learn about the local values and way of life on this 3 hour authentic Moroccan food tour, strolling around the old Medina during the golden hour and capturing its magic by night.
From satisfying delicacies to hearty dishes, immerse yourself into the vibrant and unique culinary scene of our city by visiting the food stalls, eateries and spots favored by Marrakchis. You'll eat like a local, learn fascinating stories and deepen your knowledge of Moroccan cultural traditions, while receiving a personalized attention from your guide throughout the whole tour.
Your belly will be filled with joy, and your senses will be delighted!
If you’re vegetarian or have specific dietary needs, please let us know after booking. We’ll take great care of you!
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Discovering Amman street food is a highlight of visiting the city, but between new flavors and the language barrier, it’s easy to miss out on the best local bites. Combine Jordanian delicacies with guided visits of The Citadel, the Roman Amphitheater, and downtown on a private tour that’s a tasty introduction to Amman’s top sites.
Escape the tourist trail and explore Casablanca through the city’s thriving street food scene on this food-lover’s tasting tour. Follow your guide through the historic Habbous neighborhood—home to traditional bakers and busy spice and olive markets. Rub shoulders with the locals among the bustling stalls, and enjoy over 10 tastings at more than six stops. Along the way, learn the role food plays in Moroccan culture and society.
Always trust a local when it comes to food recommendations and this street food tour of Port Louis is packed with tips. Join this small-group walking tour with a maximum of six participants and get acquainted with Port Louis' top food vendors. A guide will share details about the island's history, culture, and culinary traditions. Try Mauritian-style roti, freshly squeezed sugarcane juice, and more.
You will see Egyptian cooking culture during this one-day special tour
With a local family.
You will welcome you home and take you on a nearby market tour.
Cook and enjoy a delicious traditional dinner with your new friends.
Exploring the Middle Eastern cuisines of old Dubai’s food scene is difficult without a guide to steer you to the right dishes and restaurants. With this small-group half-day tour, enjoy the must-tries and hear their backstories. Plus, visit a range of Middle East restaurants to ensure you experience a culinary cross-section—difficult to achieve on DIY food tours. Tastings of 10 different treats included.
Join us in this magical 3 hours evening food tour in the Medina of Marrakech. Here we will visit alleys full of life and animation. Stalls of local food, smells of tasty spices, sounds of people passing by. The vibrant Medinas at night is just a Must for every traveler visiting Marrakech.
Our unique tour includes tasting local bread & teas, barbecues, traditional soups are just few to mention. Together with your local insider guide you will have fun getting closer to the food makers and street vendors chatting, tasting and socializing in this wonderful athmosphere. Welcome to Marrakech By Night!
Taste your way through the Marrakech medina and local markets on a private food tour that’s all about discovering local spots that most visitors miss. A series of 10 included tastings go from traditional tagine to Morocco’s distinctive sweets, and you’ll pause to see the raw ingredients, techniques, and traditions behind the foods, watching local chefs at their delicious work.
Taste your way through the flavors of Jerusalem on a Mahane Yehuda Market tour that includes a long series of snacks, from health drinks to halva. Committing to a single meal would mean missing out on Mahane Yehuda’s remarkable variety; instead, try a little bit of everything as you meet the merchants and learn about the market’s colorful history.
This tour has been arranged to give travelers a local experience that connects them to the Ghanaian culture and people. It also educates travelers on the lives of important people like Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and WEB Dubois and also gives travelers a feel of some of oldest towns of Accra. Travelers also get the chance to try some Ghanaian local dishes, interact with some locals, observe their lives and try some local habits like eating some street foods.
Street food is an invaluable part of Tel Aviv's intriguing culinary scene, the city streets are filled with vendors offering dishes and snacks from every corner of the globe. First of these are the ones we all know: Falafel, Humus, Sabich and Burekas, none originated here, but all are very much Israeli. Any random person off the street will be happy to direct you to the place that makes the best pita dish - After all, they are all the best!
- Visit the busiest, most famous street food stands in Tel Aviv.
- Try the most iconic Israeli street food dishes.
- Learn about street food from a local guide.
- 4 food tastings at authentic street food stands.
- 1 drink
- 1 dessert
Yeoville is one of the most diverse suburbs in South Africa, known for being highly Afro-cosmopolitan with many African nationals found in one square mile. The area is also rich in history and due to the diversity in African culture, offers a great experience when it comes to African cuisine.
Our Taste of Africa experience will give you a taste of the continent with no visa requirements or expensive flights.
Our guide will be leading you to local restaurants like Malalahitoka for traditional Ghanaian Wat, Kifto and Injera, Kin Malabo for more Ghanaian food such as Pondu and Kwanga, Mama Osu will be our Nigerian stop for Akara and Killshi. Baskim offers a mixture of African foods such as Konkonte and Ampesie. This will include a walk through the Yeoville food market where you can purchase fruit and veg you have seen in some of the dishes you have tasted so you can recreate your favourite African dishes at home.
After dinner drinks will be hosted at the famous House of Tandoor.
Colorful piles of fresh fruits, pastries, and spices line the aisles at Carmel Market (Shuk Ha’Carmel), drawing everyone from Tel Aviv shoppers to hungry travelers. Between Hebrew signs and unfamiliar foods, though, it’s easy to miss the market’s most authentic flavors: Visit Carmel Market with a guide to taste your way through local stalls and Israeli delicacies, getting the back story on each thing you try.
Florentine is considered the SoHo of Tel Aviv. Just a short walking distance from Neve Zedek and Jaffa, this hip neighbourhood hides Tel Aviv’s greatest culinary gems. This is where the REAL Tel Avivians dine, NOT the tourists. Come and join us on our daily tours as we get to taste the best hummus in the city, learn how fresh tomatoes turn into Shakshuka, try the delicious crunchy Greek Burekas, visit a hidden homemade bread bakery, shake it off with the ultimate Tel Aviv green juice, and treat yourself to the exquisite Malabi dessert. Our tours support local businesses; you'll get to meet and interact with the founders behind these unique culinary establishments. In between bites you'll get to learn about how young Tel Avivians manage to lead a bohemian-slash-hipster lifestyle in the midst of the current political and social upheaval.
if you would like to enjoy the real taste of Egypt you need to try the local Egyptian food, Discover off-the-beaten-path spots the real Egypt that is not covered in any guidebook.
Our food tour in Cairo is a perfect tour for those who want to organize specialty food and beverage tour for all visitors to Egypt especially food lovers all over the world.
We also can custom your food adventure tour anywhere in Egypt. Experience the local Egyptian culture, to eat at the places that only locals visit and to discover great historical sites that very few people get to see.
Be prepared for a one of a kind walking tour with food you can't find anywhere except in this little Armenia, called Bourj Hamoud.
Come and taste the best of what Bourj Hammoud has to offer, while learning about Beirut's Little Armenia. A town and municipality with a unique character and flair and quite possibly Beirut's sole authentic destination, where Armenians have worked so hard to preserve their customs and traditions for centuries. We will walk through the souqs, craftsman shops (Gold, shoes), a church and other important monuments. On your way, you will satisfy your belly with many Armenian God-sent pleasures.
Fall in love with the flavorful Emirati cuisine on this delicious food tour in Dubai! Explore the city's oldest neighborhood as you enjoy hand-picked tastings chosen by your local foodie just for you. From gelato made with camel's milk to unique dishes like Luqaimat; you’re in for a treat, so bring your appetite.
Start your experience with a traditional Emirati snack of Arabic Ragag bread and Labneh. Then indulge your sweet tooth with some Luqaimat, fried balls of dough dipped in a sweet syrup. Wander through the historical streets and take in the views of skyscrapers in the background. This area of Dubai shows the contrasts of old and new like no other.
Explore the Dubai Creek on board a traditional Abra (wooden boat) that will take you along the river. Then swing by a local restaurant and enjoy Arabic Balaleet, a traditional sweet and savory dish with a unique blend of cardamom, rose water and saffron. Then end your tour with a cup of Arabic tea or Gahwa coffee!
Taste your way through Fez on this delicious foodie tour. Follow your passionate local guide through the streets of the old Medina, stopping to sample dates, olives, cheese, fresh mint tea, and more. Learn about Moroccan history and culture as you explore the city. Enjoy lunch or dinner in a traditional restaurant before your tour concludes.
Enjoy a day away from the crowded pyramids and gain a more intimate glimpse of modern Cairo on a private food tour from your hotel. Discover hidden gems as you explore top eateries and local hangouts with your guide, benefiting from their personalized tips, insights, and recommendations to find traditional tastes that suit you, and avoid hidden costs with meals and transport included as per itinerary.
We will meet at the lobby of Elysee Plaza. First stop will be at a sweet local lady vendor who sells fruits & vegetables. Here, you can indulge in either a fruit salad or the freshest juice in Nairobi. We'll then head to the street food Drive-Thru spot where we shall try some Kenyan style sausage, egg and salad. Next is a spread of authentic local Kenyan cuisine which awaits us at a popular Nyama Choma restaurant. We will end the day with some delicious ice cream from Africa's oldest parlor-circa 1952! Either that or we wind up with the best coffee in Nairobi.
This is the most fun way to learn more about South African history and discover the multiple influences on our culinary heritage. The city is a mishmash of interesting places form historical sites, architecture from all ages sitting alongside trendy boutiques and cafes. A walk through the city, eating and drinking as you go will open your eyes to the magnificence of Cape Town.
You will also uncover some of the city's hidden gems, from small local cafe's to street food vendors to hip restaurants, markets and more. I will share with you my insider knowledge on where to eat and drink in the city and tastings are extremely generous, you will be very very full afterwards!
On this half-day, lunchtime food crawl, you’ll discover a variety of local Mauritian delicacies as you travel the streets of Mahebourg Village by foot. Experience the coastal village’s postcard-perfect scenery along the way, from blue lagoons to quaint backstreets. Tours include in-depth background on the culture and gastronomy of Mauritius from your guide.
This tour will show you the best spots where you can taste Baku’s famous street food. You will get to experience the wide array of snacks both local and foreign that are cooked and loved by locals.
What is the national dish of Azerbaijan? What is Baku’s gastronomy known for? Is Baku’s food healthy? How expensive is the food in Baku?
Gaze at spots where you can taste pilaf or Azerbaijan rice meal with spices and dried fruit. You can also go for kebabs or barbecue as well as ghuru kingal also known as deconstructed meat dumpling.
You will also be able to see the best coffee and tea spots and experience local street food traditions. The tour also includes complimentary snacks for the group members.
Explore ancient Egypt through its traditional cuisine on this private food tour. Following a pickup at your Cairo or Giza accommodation, stroll among the bazaars and side-streets of Cairo with your private guide, and visit the cafes and eateries the locals love. Escape the tourist trail to discover secrets the guidebooks don’t tell you and learn of the role food plays in Egyptian culture and society.