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 23/05/2012 
Launch of Two New Food Tours to Thailand

November 2012

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 21/05/2012 
Launch of Morocco Food Tour

10th November 2012

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 03/11/2011 
Taste the world with Trip Feast

UK specialist tour operator Travel The Unknown has launched a sister company offering a range of spectacular culinary tours to some of the world’s tastiest destinations.

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Press coverage

24 January 2013
Exotic culinary tours around the world
CNN Traveller - Departures

Trip Feast, Thailand

Many travelers know Thailand as a street-food paradise, and rightly so. One could easily spend months trolling Bangkok`s wok-wielding vendors and snacking on oyster omelets, spicy noodles and barbecued squid. With its Gourmet Thailand tour, however, Trip Feast brings guests far beyond the street carts.
edition.cnn.com/2013/01/24/travel/exotic-culinary-tours/index.html

25 May 2012
The best new holidays in Morocco
Guardian

Trip Feast specialises in cultural tours with a culinary slant. On the new Exotic Flavours of Morocco trip, you`ll make bread and other Fassi specialities in Fez and sample wine in Meknes. You`ll meet olive growers and honey producers in rural villages on the way to Marrakech, where you`ll go spice shopping, have cookery lessons, sample street food and eat in a hidden palace restaurant.

Accommodation is in four-star riads and kasbahs.

• £1,295pp for eight days excluding flights, or £1,595 with flights, including breakfast and some other meals, departing 10 November or 23 March, tripfeast.com/efm

Read the Guardian article here
 

5 December 2011
50 best new trips for 2012 | Inspire Me | Wanderlust
Wanderlust

Get a real taste of the mouthwatering subcontinent on Trip Feast’s Delicacies of North India journey. Travelling through Dharamsala, Delhi, Amritsar and Jaipur, you’ll shop for goodies in the bustling bazaars, learn to cook regional specialities with experienced chefs, and sit down to eat with local families. There’s fun outside the kitchen, too: marvel at Amritsar’s Golden Temple, take an elephant-back ride and just enjoy gazing at the world’s highest mountains. Who: Trip Feast When: 4 Feb, 10 Nov 2012 How long: 15 days How much: £1,995 (excl flights)
www.wanderlust.co.uk/planatrip/inspire-me/lists/50-best-new-trips-for-2012?page=13

5 December 2011
The New Tourist Trails
Telegraph India

Trip Feast (www.tripfeast.com), offers 14- to 15-day tours each year during spring and autumn in south and north India. “We want to run the people on these tours through the gamut of cuisines you find in each place and let the guests learn cooking from top chefs,” says David McGuinness, founder of Trip Feast.
www.telegraphindia.com/1111203/jsp/personaltt/story_14832684.jsp#.U_89e_nxrms

5 December 2011
What's new in Vietnam
The Guardian

Why waste time on bad noodles? Anyone obsessed with discovering the best culinary experiences Vietnam has to offer could book an expert-led tour with foodie adventure specialist Trip Feast, which has a new 12-day holiday for £1,750pp (or £2,550 including flights) to Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, Mekong`s floating markets and more, meeting chefs, learning to cook Vietnamese dishes and dining out a lot. Accommodation is in high-end hotels, departures in March and November. • 020-7183 5153, tripfeast.com
www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2011/dec/02/best-new-trips-vietnam

5 December 2011
highlights: on the taste trail
High 50

In nine lovely, long days (and for less money than the cruise) go beyond the humble spud and discover the delights of the food, drink and unsurpassed hospitality of the Irish on a unique and fascinating tour of Ireland. The tour starts in my favourite Irish town of Dingle in the south-west and ends in Dublin. Along the way you can meet the characters at Dingle Farmer’s market, go fishing in Dingle Bay and have your catch cooked in a local pub, go dolphin spotting, visit breweries, distilleries, cheese makers and so much more. Great fun. Visit Trip Feast: Beyond the Humble Spud.
 

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