Welcome to Taste Vacations: Luxury Food and Drink Tours

By August 20, 2014December 7th, 2015Taste Vacations

Learning how to make ceviche in Peru. Enjoying a draft beer brewed by a monk in Belgium. Dining at the country farm of a famous chef while sipping Kentucky Bourbon in Louisville. Or perhaps touring the vineyards and wineries of Chile and Argentina on a glamorous South American wine vacation.

We at Zephyr Adventures have been organizing active tours around the world for the past 17 years, with a special focus on food tours, wine vacations, and beer travel. We have now followed our own taste buds to create Taste Vacations, an operator of luxury food, wine, beer, and spirits tours where we leave the physical activity for the next trip.

We all know the food and drink scene is hot and delving into local offerings is a big part of many traveler’s vacation plans. At Taste Vacations, we use our travel experience and industry connections to create outstanding itineraries with unique activities most tourists would never even know existed, much less have the opportunity to participate in.

Our vacations are luxurious yet casual. They are for everyone with a passion for food and drink. In this inaugural year, we will start with seven destinations with more in the works:

We offer “public” tour dates for each location, which you can join to let us gather a group of like minded travelers. But keep in mind each tour is limited in numbers, usually to 16 participants. Or, if you already have your own group, you can pick any of our locations and set up your own private tour. This can be perfect for a group of friends or couples; a family reunion; companies wishing to reward employees or strengthen the community of its followers; or pretty much any other group.

We are very proud of the trip offerings of Taste Vacations and hope you can join us on one soon! Please browse our tours, sign up to be on our e-newsletter (lower right of this page), or contact us if you have any questions.

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