India is an expansive and brightly colorful country, encompassing so many different natural environments, cultures, traditions, and amazing wildlife opportunities. If you were to truly see it all, you would need a year! From the deserts and temples of the North, the laid back, gorgeous beaches of the West, the tiger reserves and colonial style of the South, the tea estates and iconic green hills of the Northeast, to the Bodhi trees and cultural melange of the Central states, India is truly a life changing, eye opening experience you will never forget. One crucial component to any India tour is a culinary exploration of the incredible diversity of food. Each region has its own unique style of cooking, and food is a deeply embedded, important, and delicious cultural ritual!
Thailand is one of the most popular tourism destinations in the world for so many reasons - stunning natural scenery, from jungly beaches to mystical mountains, rich cultural heritage and traditions spanning centuries, a warm and inviting attitude towards foreigners, and a philosophy of life geared towards fun and happiness, otherwise known as “Sanuk”. But no Thailand tour would be complete without at least a quick foray into the diverse and delicious culinary scenes throughout the country. Each region prides itself on its own distinctive style of cooking - influenced over centuries by the respective weather, culture, and abundant food sources in each area. Below we’ll be delving into some of the cuisines each of Thailand’s regions is known for. We’re also giving you a delicious recipe for you to try out for yourself at home because we know your mouth is already watering!
Tasmania is a wonderland of exotic wildlife, stunning and diverse scenery, and locally produced artisanal foods. This diverse island state off Australia’s south coast adds a whole new dimension to any Australia tour and is sure to please any traveler with an adventurous spirit.