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Private Culinary Tour in India

India had been ruled by many different dynasties like Lodhi, Afghan, Mughals, British, France, Portuguese, etc and that’s how Indian food is influenced by these dynasties' food culture. This program features the best of Avadhi, Mughlai, street foods, and delicious Bengali seafood and sweets. The food tour in Old Delhi will take you on a majestic journey of spices, aroma, and Mughal era. This program also includes a cooking demonstration followed by dinner with an Indian family. The interaction with Indian families will give you an opportunity to closely observe Indian culture and tradition. The program also includes food walks to discover lip-smacking street foods of India. After completion of this tour, guests will understand basic Indian recipes and spices along with colorful cultural kaleidoscope.


  • Eat at popular local restaurants
  • Savor delicious Biryani lunch with Kebab
  • Visit the Taj Mahal, Lucknow Residency, unique artisan village
  • Food tour and tasting in Old Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata, and Hyderabad
  • Watch cooking demonstrations highlighting local cuisines
  • 9 nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast


7 days with instruction
Airport transfer included: Indira Gandhi International Airport
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Delhi: Hotel Surya / similar (4-star), 2 nights

The Suryaa's unparalleled hospitality has grown with each passing year and the hotel continues to strive to make each moment ever so memorable. The Suryaa New Delhi epitomizes the finest in hospitality. Renowned for its unparalleled warmth and service, the hotel takes pride in offering its guests a stay that comes second only to the comfort of their home. Aesthetically designed with modern furnishings and minimalistic interiors, it provides the ultimate convenience and luxury to make your stay ever so memorable. 244 well-appointed and elegantly designed guestrooms with exclusive features guarantee you a comfortable and relaxing stay.

Agra: Radisson Hotel (4-star), 1 night

Located within view of the magnificent Taj Mahal, Radisson Hotel Agra offers a comfortable stay near Agra’s city center. Once the seat of the Mughal Empire and now home to three UNESCO World Heritage sites, Agra is teeming with lush gardens, historic mausoleums, and bustling marketplaces offering local products such as textiles, spices, and leather goods.

Four main railway stations and two major bus terminals make city-wide travel a breeze, while the nearby Expressway provides a convenient link to Delhi and Jaipur, the two other major cities that make up the Golden Triangle tourism circuit.

Once you’ve checked in, settle into your spacious room and recharge with a meal from room service. When you’re not exploring the city’s many attractions, you can unwind with a dip in the outdoor pool or make an appointment at our on-site spa. A fitness center lets you keep up with your exercise routine during your stay.

Lucknow: Fortune BBD (4-star), 2 nights

Fortune Park BBD offers 63 well-appointed rooms including 54 Deluxe Rooms, 6 Fortune Club Rooms, and 3 Deluxe Suites. The rooms have been tastefully designed and furnished with careful attention to detail and exhibit a distinctive charm. They are spacious, have well-cushioned, comfortable beds, a sizeable writing desk, flat-screen television, and are well equipped with all modern amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.

Kolkata: ITC Royal Bengal (5-star), 2 nights

The hotel is an exquisite ode to Bengal’s timeless architecture and design. It celebrates distinctive architectural elements and nuances visible in many iconic buildings of Kolkata and the region. Clusters of ionic pillars, small pediments, arches, blind arcades, colonnades, and terraces distribute the building’s enormous mass to graceful proportions. The interior décor, art, and artifacts celebrate the past and present of bountiful Bengal.

Hyderabad: ITC Kakatiya (5-star), 2 nights

Gentle echoes of Kakatiya art and sculpture commemorate the legendary spirit of the Kakatiya dynasty at the ITC Kakatiya. Overlooking the picturesque Hussain Sagar Lake, the hotel is located in the new commercial heart of Hyderabad. The hotel is built to mark a renaissance in standards of service and style. The 188 exquisitely furnished guest rooms and suites present the finest in hospitality and personalized service. The discerning business traveler will appreciate the state-of-the-art business and conference facilities as well as a selection of refined cuisine. Gourmet delights are available at the 24-hour coffee shop and specialty Indian restaurants, which serve the best cuisine from the northwest frontier to the south of India. Watch as we turn the mundane into memorable at the ITC Kakatiya.


The hotels mentioned are indicative and will be booked only once East Voyages get a go-ahead from your end. The rooms will be subject to availability.


Day 1: Arrive in Delhi

On arrival at Delhi International airport, after clearing immigration formalities, you will meet the tour representative in the arrival hall holding paging of your name. He will further assist you with your vehicle and then hotel check-in formalities. (standard check-in time is at 12:00). Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 2: Delhi

Breakfast at the hotel. Post breakfast, you will proceed for a combined full-day city tour of Old and New Delhi. You start the tour from Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk this part of Delhi will take you in Old Mughal era, while walking through old lanes you can see big wooden carved antique doors, big Havelis (mansion), narrow lanes, and busy bustling life. You must taste lip-smacking street food in the Old Delhi market area.

Enjoy Old Delhi food tour from Chawri Bazar Metro Station Outside Exit Gate - 3 (landmark: near shop no. 3487-88 Chowk HauzQazi / Ashok Chat Corner. Timing: in summer 08:00 until 12:00 / Winter 08:30 until 12:30)

  • Old Delhi local breakfast / local lunch (in case of afternoon tour) / some safe street food
  • Tasting to try some local delicacies
  • Heritage and bazaar walk
  • Participation in local activities and interaction with locals
  • Cycle / battery rickshaw rides
  • Visiting a few hidden treasures
  • Spice market visit (Khari Baoli)
  • Temple visit
  • Local home for a complimentary traditional meal at Masterji Kee Haveli (an old private mansion in the old city in which a single family is living for generations)
  • The company of English-speaking local friend cum storyteller cum photographer
  • Free online restricted photo album of the entire tour as a gift to your clients, for their memories!

What to wear: Because of the conservative society in Old Delhi - Ladies, please dress modestly (wear a dress which covers your shoulders and your legs below the knees). Please ensure you are carrying a cap for adequate protection against the sun. Usually, you have to take off footwear to visit Indian houses, but check with your host as this rule may apply only to some areas of the house.

Post lunch, visit New Delhi or Lutyens Delhi, beautifully designed by “Sir Edwin Lutyens”, drive past the India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhavan, and Connaught Place. Later, continue the sightseeing by visiting Humayun Tomb. The tomb was built in 1570 and was the first garden-tomb made by Humayun’s son Akbar. It is a Unesco world heritage site. Conclude the sightseeing with a visit to “Qutub Minar”, the stunning red stone tower is 72.5 m high with 2.75m in diameter. It is also a UNESCO site.

The evening will be at leisure to relax or to pursue independent activities. Dinner will be on a direct payment basis at the hotel as today will be the first day East Voyages wants the guests to eat at their comfort level as it will take some time to adjust to new cuisine.

Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 3: Delhi - Agra by train Gatiman Express

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning transfer to railway station to board the train to Agra. On arrival in Agra, you will receive assistance at the railway station and transfer to hotel.

The land of the Taj is not only famous for the biggest allure “The Taj Mahal” but also the legacy of the Mughals which they had left behind. Their legacy can be seen in mausoleums, tombs, and magnificent forts.

On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Later proceed for lunch at your hotel OR local restaurant in Agra. After lunch, proceed to visit Red Fort, which is a UNESCO heritage site. It is a major tourist attraction from all over the world. The fort is built in red stone to make it the main residence of the Mughals.

Evening arrives at Mehtab Bagh so that guests can enjoy the sunset there. Mehtab Bagh is located on the left bank of the Yamuna opposite the Taj Mahal. The garden complex is approximately 300 square meters and is in straight alignment with the Taj Mahal. The excavation has revealed a huge octagonal tank on the southern periphery; Baradaris or pavilion on the East and West; a small octagonal tank at the center and a gateway at the Northern wall.

Dinner and overnight stay hotel.

Day 4: Agra – Lucknow (approximately 5.5 hours drive)

Breakfast at the hotel. Early morning, visit the beautiful Taj Mahal, during sunrise. The sun rays have a magical effect on the marble surface. It changes its color which creates eternal beauty (closed on Friday). After visiting the Taj Mahal, return to the hotel for breakfast.

Post breakfast drive to Lucknow. On arrival check in at the hotel. Post lunch later, you visit Sadat Ali and Begum Tombs and the ‘Chatar Manzil’ (outside view only),. You then reach the world’s most unique architecture, 'Asifi Imambara'.

This monument was built as a relief measure for a devastating famine, in order to provide employment to the subjects of the state by Nawab Asif-ud-Daula'. This is the world’s biggest hall that is devoid of any pillar support, wood, iron beams, or concrete walls. Salute the “Nawab” (Prince) lying in peace inside and proceed to see his noble work. Also, see the 'Rumi Darwaza' or the Turkish Gate and the Asfi Mosque.

Later you reach the Husainabad Complex - The Clock Tower is the highest Clock Tower in Asia and in some ways superior to its counterpart, 'Big Ben'. Today the clock stands motionless but has witnessed all times, the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Now enter the Babylon of East, The Husainabad Imambara - known for its beauty and pieces of décor. This was built in 1840 by Mohammad Ali Shah and is still considered to be a sacred address by the natives. The beautiful chandeliers, silver seats, sandalwood décor, and calligraphy on the walls all are so creative. Admire each one and bow down to the Nawab and his mother sleeping inside.

Later, you go back to the hotel and in the evening at 19:30, you reach Coquina. Dining always was and is a great artistic opportunity in Lucknow and more so it is at Coquina. Many dishes that were once extinct or were just home-kitchen names or even were secret recipes from the royal kitchens of nobility are revived here as a secret re-told by Coquina.

Coquina is a small 160 sq ft, immaculately furnished and a well-equipped artisanal kitchen, booked privately by appointment, (not an open facility like a restaurant) that produces food from local produce, in small portions, for limited consumption of four to a maximum of six guests at a time, but is rather happier with just two for a private session.

It offers a combination of traditional and modern cooking by knowledgeable individuals, who are cooks by passion and not by profession. Guests get a chance to learn about this Awadhi Cuisine, cook for themselves under expert supervision and enjoy a meal as well.

Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 5: Lucknow

Breakfast at the hotel. Post breakfast, you will embark upon a city tour of Lucknow. You now visit Lucknow Residency. Lucknow Residency is a place where speechless walls are known to speak the gruesome tale of the 1857 mutiny.

The sprawling British campus witnessed nothing less than 3000 deaths to keep the Union Jack flying. Yet the British could not defend their domain and the buildings were lost to the high-spirited and enthusiastic Indians who fought till their last breath. The trees, bullet sprinkled walls, unusable canons, worn-out firearms all cry aloud with the burden of deaths that were witnessed here. You also visit the graveyard to pay your homage to named and unnamed soldiers who gave up their lives in the defense of The Residency.

Lunch at The Royal Café: The royal cafe is a brand of Jagtiani hotels and properties with a rich legacy of forty years in the food and beverage industry in Lucknow. They have been delighting and entertaining the citizens of Lucknow with great food at highly affordable prices.

This chain of hotels is known for introducing several signature dishes including Basket Chaat, Potli Kabab among others. They have also brought about several innovations for preparing food in hygienic conditions.

Post lunch this evening, you leave for a heritage walk. You will reach 'Chowk' the oldest marketplace of Lucknow to appreciate the unique crafts of this Nawabi City. You walk in the by-lane of Chowk called ‘Gol Darwaza’ – a place that was once a seat of numerous ‘Kothas’ (small entertainment studios where nautch girls performed in the evenings) now is a marketplace that is known to house the best of handicrafts and Chikan work. A heritage walk here will showcase the culture of this fabled city and take you into the bygone era. This establishment operates every day except Thursday and a few festival holidays.

When in Lucknow, how can the talk about the food be left behind, continuing further you will walk down the lane adjacent to Akbari Gate. Tasting the best of meat dishes from the Awadhi menu from the places, where they actually originated from and have still been able to thrive on their own in the era of McDonald's and KFC.

You will experience the concept of food loyalty and the real taste of the original Tundey Kebabs, Raheem’s Nihari, and Mobeen’s Pasanda Kebabs. Observe the chefs at work in these small and dingy shops that seldom look hygienic, but no one has ever fallen sick. To take this tour, you need to be a foodie with closed eyes, so that your taste buds work to their best of abilities. Try all of these, while a culinary curator (walk leader) explains the history and the recipe. Operational is all days except Sunday and Thursday.

During the walk, enjoy a light dinner at a local restaurant. Dinner on a direct payment basis as generally it is not required after a food walk.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 6: Lucknow - Kolkata by flight

Early morning pick up from hotel with packed breakfast and transfer to airport to board the flight for Kolkata. Meeting and assistance on arrival at Kolkata airport and transfer to hotel. Lunch at a local restaurant. Later proceed for half-day city sightseeing visiting Howrah Bridge and Victoria Memorial.

Howrah Bridge (view from Howrah bridge): It is popularly known as Rabindra Setu. Howrah Bridge in Kolkata spans over river Hooghly and is considered to be a marvelous engineering work by the British.

The Howrah Bridge is enumerated amongst the busiest cantilever bridge in the world. It took nearly about 7 long years to construct the Howrah Bridge. The cantilever bridge of Howrah was completed in 1943.

Victoria Memorial: This is one of India's most beautiful monuments built between 1906 and 1921 on the lines of white marble. The memorial was the inspiration of Lord Curzon, who in 1901, felt that his lately departed Queen Empress, required a suitable monument to her memory. It houses paintings, manuscripts, and other objects of historic value in its Museum and Art Gallery. (closed on Monday and national holidays. Photography not allowed inside).

Also, visit government buildings. Mother Teresa’s House: Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation, which in 2012 consisted of over 4,500 sisters and is active in 133 countries. They run hospices and homes for people with HIV/AIDS, leprosy, and tuberculosis; soup kitchens; children's and family counseling programs, orphanages, and schools. (closed on Thursday, photography not allowed inside).

Later in the afternoon, you will enjoy an experiential walk called “COOK AS THE BONGS DO”. It starts at 16:00 approximately. Bengal is a foodie's paradise and more so Calcutta, where various adventurers have left their gastronomical imprints.

The tour will take you through an experience not easy to forget, especially because of the satiating burps afterward. A walk through the market will familiarize you with the ingredients that go into the making of some authentic Bengali food and you follow that up with a cooking demonstration by either a regular housewife or by the owners of the finest restaurants of the city. Always followed by authentic Bengali sweets - a good enough reason to be on this tour.

Special instructions: Please do mention to the cook if you have any sort of allergies. All the food is bought fresh and cooked in front of you, in case your stomach is super-sensitive we advise that you take your necessary pills.

Return to the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 7: Kolkata

Breakfast at the hotel. Post breakfast, proceed for sightseeing visiting Kumartuli, College Street Book Market, Indian Coffee House, Old China Town, Dacres Lane, BBD Bagh, and Dalhousie Square.

Kumartuli: This unique artisan village dates back 400 years, making it perhaps the oldest of its kind in the world. It is the lifeblood of Bengal’s biggest festival and keeps the Puja fervor alive among Bengali communities in other countries. Around 250 artists work to produce 40,000 idols a year, including 3500 images of Durga.

With more than a thousand workers assisting the artisans, Kumartuli is a mini-industry. It exports 50 Durga idols to virtually all corners of the world, including the UK, USA, Canada, Germany, and Switzerland.

College Street Book Market: Kolkatans are well-known for their passion for books and this area is a treasure for the book lovers of the city, you can find them every day spending hours browsing through loads of new books or bargaining for buying a second hand one. Some of Kolkata’s most renowned academic institutions like Kolkata University, Presidency College, Kolkata Medical College, and Sanskrit College are also located in this street. (partially closed on Sunday and national holidays).

Indian Coffee House: Also known as "Albert Hall", this is the most favorite gathering place for writers, intellectuals, artists, and students for many decades. Casual chatting for hours about any issue is the most favorite social activity of any Bengali and here in this large historical and legendary café, the entire day you can find hundreds of Kolkatans are busy discussing their favorite issue over a cup of coffee. (any consumption other than one cup of coffee will be on direct payment).

Old China Town Area: old international settlements of Chinese immigrants.

Later proceed for a street food walk tour exploring the famous street food joints of Kolkata, especially in the BBD Bagh area, Dalhousie Square area, Sudder Street, A.J.C Bose Road. The kiosks along Dacres Lane are the ultimate destination for foodies. This tour will give you an opportunity to learn how to cook without a kitchen and how to make the most out of not very much. You may experience the different flavors of Kolkata’s street food (at your own risk, of course).

Dacres Lane: This is one of the most famous street food places in Kolkata. From China to Punjab, the food map here charts all delicacies one can want. This is a safe place to try out Kolkata’s street food with family as WHO has rated the food here as one of the “Best Street Foods of the World”.

One can bite into a myriad variety of dishes—chicken cutlet, fish fry, fish roll, mutton / chicken / vegetable stew, ghugni, chowmein, fried rice, chilly / schezwan / garlic chicken, luchi / puri sabzi, chola-bhatura, kulcha-chana, momo, biryani, a wide range of sweets, lassi, firni and lots more.

For almost 200 years, Dacres Lane was the eating ground for sailors who came to Calcutta from various countries. Dacres Lane served as a platform where sailors used to hang around and exchanged tales of their voyages and heroics over the generous platters of food.

In the 19th century, after the British left India, the tradition has been since carried forward by the city’s fiercely food-loving residents. Dacres Lane is a must-visit for street food connoisseurs.

BBD Bagh - One of the prime business centers of the city, BBD Bagh sees a lot of businessmen flock to the street food stalls here for a quick lunch. Join the experienced locals and take a food walk down the square which is known for the numerous vendors who flock to this place to sell their wares. Some of the best vendors here are located near Fairlie place, by the backside of Writer’s Building, and near the Bankshall Court. You can try the Luchi, Kochuri and Aloodom, Cholar Dal, Rice, Fish Curry and Lanchan when here.

Indian Museum: One of the oldest museums in Asia, the Indian Museum was founded in 1814. One needs an entire day, or more, to fully enjoy the fossils, coins, stones, Gandhara art, meteors, and much more that make up this museum. There is a 4,000-year-old mummy here as well. Also on display is an urn said to contain the Buddha's ashes. Photography is allowed on charges. (closed on Monday and national holidays).

Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 8 Kolkata – Hyderabad by flight (departure 09:00 / arrival 11:10)

Breakfast at the hotel. Post breakfast in time transfer to airport to board the flight for Hyderabad. Meeting and assistance on arrival at Hyderabad airport and transfer to hotel. Post lunch visit Golkonda Fort and Qutub Shahi Tombs.

Golkonda Fort: Golconda fort is undoubtedly one of the most magnificent fortress complexes in India. It is located in the western part of Hyderabad city and is about 9 km from Hussain Sagar Lake. It was originally known as Mankal and was built on a hilltop in the year 1143.

It was originally a mud fort under the reign of Rajah of Warangal. Later it was fortified between the 14th and 17th centuries by the Bahmani Sultans and then the ruling Qutub Shahi dynasty.

The inner fort contains ruins of palaces, mosques, and a hilltop pavilion, which rises about 130 meters high and gives a bird’s eye view of other buildings.

The Qutb Shahi: Tombs are located in the Ibrahim Bagh (garden precinct), close to the famous Golconda Fort in Hyderabad, India. They contain the tombs and mosques built by the various kings of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. The galleries of the smaller tombs are of a single story while the larger ones are two-storied. In the center of each tomb is a sarcophagus that overlies the actual burial vault in a crypt below. The domes were originally overlaid with blue and green tiles, of which only a few pieces now remain.

Evening cooking demonstration with Indian family followed by dinner. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 9: Hyderabad

Breakfast at the hotel. Post breakfast, proceed for half-day city sightseeing, visiting Salarjung Museum, Charminar, and Lad Bazaar.

Salarjung Museum: The Salar Jung Museum is an art museum located at Dar-ul-Shifa, on the southern bank of the Musi River in the city of Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It is one of the three National Museums of India. It has a collection of sculptures, paintings, carvings, textiles, manuscripts, ceramics, metallic artifacts, carpets, clocks, and furniture from Japan, China, Burma, Nepal, India, Persia, Egypt, Europe, and North America. The museum's collection was sourced from the property of the Salar Jung family, after whom it is named. It is one of the largest museums in the world.

Charminar: It is the principal landmark of Hyderabad City. It was built by Mohammad Quli Qutub to celebrate the end of a deadly plague in 1591 AD. The Charminar lies near the bank of the river Musi. It is close to Laad Bazaar and Makkah Masjid. Charminar is taken from two words Char and Minar which translate as Four Towers in English.

Later visit Laad Bazaar, which is located quite close to the Charminar which is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist spots of Hyderabad. Adjacent to the monument, the Laad Bazaar is stretched on four roads starting from Charminar and is spread across an area of one kilometer. Also, enjoy Irani tea and biscuits.

During lunch, enjoy Hyderabad's super famous Biryani with ultimate soft Kebabs. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. East Voyages believes actually the local delicacies are the signature meal of the respective place or shows their food culture and habit.

Biryani: rice cooked with meat with amazing seasoning enhance the taste and aroma of the food.

Also, be the witness of Bidri art during the old city area. Bidriware is a renowned metal handicraft that derives its name from Bidar, presently in Karnataka. It was believed to have originated in the 14th century AD during the reign of Bahamani Sultans. Bidriware is an eight-stage process.

Those are molding, smoothening by file, and the process of designing by chisels. It is then followed by engraving using a chisel and hammer where pure silver inlaying is done. It is subjected to smoothening again, followed by buffing and finally oxidizing by making use of soil and ammonium chloride. Bidriware is therefore manufactured from an alloy of copper and zinc metals, in the ratio 1:16 by means of casting.

After lunch visit Chowmoullah Palace, the seat of the Asaf Jahi Dynasty, and once regarded as the center of Hyderabad. The magnificent Chowmoullah Palace built over 200-years ago was the venue used by the Nizams when entertaining their official guests and royal visitors. Completed by Nizam Afzar-ud-Dawla Bahadur in 1869 but initiated by Nizam Salabhat Jung, the Palace took over 100 years to complete. Renowned for its unique style, which is a synthesis of many architectural styles and influences, this elegant Palace Complex has today been meticulously restored. (closed on Friday).

The evening is free to relax, East Voyages deliberately did not include the dinner to relax your stomach before you board an international flight. If guests would like to have some light dinner they can pay directly and have whatever they feel like to have.

Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 10: Departure

Breakfast at the hotel. Post breakfast in time transfer to airport to board the flight for onward destination. End of the tour.


  • Participants / guests are requested to let East Voyages know if they have any type of food allergies
  • Walking tour requires approximately 1.5to 2 hours walk on the road so the guests should be physically fit to walk
  • Foodies are welcome on this tour, however, they should be aware that Indian food is spicy. Although the restaurants can use spices according to foreigners' taste, however, they may find it a little extra spicy while tasting food with local vendors. Please carry proper medication to avoid any stomach issues during the tour
  • For all the cooking demonstrations organized at Indian house, the house lady or man will cook the local delicacies for guests


This culinary tour takes place in India. Starting in Delhi, you will then visit Agra, Lucknow, Kolkata, and Hyderabad.


The tour is on a breakfast basis. Other meals are provided as outlined in the itinerary.

Tour highlights

  • Food tour in Old Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata, and Hyderabad with local food tasting
  • 1 cooking demonstration in Lucknow (In Lucknow with restaurant chef), Kolkata, and Hyderabad followed by dinner with an Indian family

Please note, the purpose of the cooking demo tour is to make you understand the cuisine culture of Indians in a more authentic way and should not be treated / highlighted as a professional cooking class.

Important note: East Voyages recommends that you have a light breakfast / lunch or no breakfast / lunch before the tour to enjoy the experience and local safe delicacies of Old Delhi thoroughly. Meals would be planned according to the starting time of the tour.

Please advise in advance if any of the participants is allergic to any spice or food.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
  • Other dietary requirements on request
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Accommodation for 9 nights based on the above-mentioned hotels on a double / twin sharing basis
  • Meals on breakfast basis
  • 1 lunch is included during the Old Delhi food tour (no dinner included in Delhi)
  • 1 lunch and dinner included in Agra
  • Food tasting is also included during food walk in Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata, and Hyderabad
  • 1 dinner at Couquina in Lucknow
  • 1 lunch at Royal café in Lucknow
  • 1 lunch at local restaurant in Kolkata
  • 1 dinner at 6Ballygunj Place (local restaurant) in Kolkata that serves authentic Bengali cuisine
  • 1 lunch in Hyderabad at a local restaurant on the arrival day
  • 1 Biryani lunch with Kebab on the second day
  • 1 cooking demonstration in Kolkata and Hyderabad, followed by dinner with an Indian family
  • All transportation i.e. airport transfers, sightseeing, and interstate drives will be done using tempo traveler (minivan)
  • For 04-10 pax East Voyages will provide services of English speaking local guide during sightseeing in each city as per the itinerary (different guides in each city)
  • 1 time entrance fee as per the itinerary
  • Bottled water and wet tissue throughout the tour, in the vehicle
  • All currently applicable taxes (5% Goods & Service Tax)

What's not included

  • International airfare
  • Domestic airfare
  • Visa charges
  • Any room service, telephone charges, mini bar, gratuities, tips
  • Any expenses of personal nature & Insurance of any kind
  • Any meals not specified in the itinerary
  • Any item not specified under "What's included" list
  • Any bank charges during transferring the payment

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport Airport transfer included: Indira Gandhi International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 30% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
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