Food Tourism Circuit in India
There are many mouthwatering Indian Cuisines that draws the attention of food lovers from all around the world. This is the reason the Food Tourism Circuit in India has risen to fame. In order to experience the taste of India a culinary trip is the best way. There are many food tour packages available that explores each state in its own depth as each state in India has a very unique cuisine and so here are some of the best Culinary Tour Packages.
Mumbai-Jaipur-Agra Culinary Tour
This trip starts from Mumbai covering Jaipur, Ajmer, Agra and ends at Delhi with a duration of 7 Nights and 8 Days. The first day would be an overnight stay at hotel in Mumbai and then a breakfast followed by a trip to airport to head for Jaipur. After arriving at Airport there would be a straight drive to Ajmer where you would stay overnight at the hotel. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner would be had at hotel with an included Half Day excursion to the famous Pushkar. Then the next day after breakfast there would be a visit to the Tomb of Sufi Saint, Hazrat Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chishty. Followed by Lunch and Dinner at the Hotel. The next day after having breakfast there would be a drive back to Jaipur where there would be free time to relax at the hotel. The next day after breakfast a full day of sightseeing tour of Jaipur where places such as the 17th century Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), Jantar Mantar would be covered followed by an overnight stay at hotel. The next day would be a drive to Agra after breakfast, visiting Fatehpur Sikri. Next day after breakfast there would be a visit to Taj Mahal and Agra fort. The last day would be a drive back to Delhi after breakfast.
In Depth Culinary Journey in North India (Delhi-Lucknow-Agra-Jaipur-Chhatra Sagar-Jodhpur-Udaipur)
This is a trip that spans about 17 days which starts in Delhi where you would be spending 3 day exploring places such as Humayun’s Tomb, the India Gate, the Presidential Palace, the Parliament House, and the Lotus Temple. The fourth day would be departure to Lucknow after breakfast, where there would be a 2 day stay with visits to places such as Baradari buidling, Sadat Ali Khan’s tomb, and Pari Mahal. Day 7 would be to Agra via Tundla where you would stay two days before going to Jaipur. The last few days would be traveling from Jaipur to Chhatra Sagar then to Jodhpur, Udaipur and finally back to Delhi.
Delhi-Jaipur-Agra Culinary Tour
This is a tour that last about 8 nights and 9 days which starts from Delhi where an overnight stay would be there. The next two day would be spent in Jaipur with sightseeing of popular places such as 17th century Amber Fort, City Palace, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), Jantar Mantar. Day 5 would be a drive to Agra visiting Fatehpur Sikri with overnight stay at Agra. The next day a visit to the famous Taj Mahal, Agra fort after which you would have a day to relax. Day 8 would be a drive back to Delhi after breakfast and overnight stay at Delhi.
Kochi-Thekkady-Kumarakom Culinary Tour
This is a trip that spans 6 nights and 7 days starting from Cochin. The first day after arriving at Cochin you would be going to Coconut Lagoon to enjoy a sunset cruise with dinner and overnight stay. The next day would be visiting popular places such as Cochin fort, St. Francis Church, Dutch Palace and Jewish Synagogue. Day 3 would involve going to Tekkady through the picturesque cardamom hills of Kerala. The day would involve a boat safari and wildlife safari. Spending the next day with a tour of Spice village you would leave to Kumarakom on Day 5. Then a trip to the backwaters and the next few days would be spent in kumarakom with the last day left for relaxation. On Day 7 you would drive back to Cochin after breakfast.