Luxury Chef Tour of India : Delhi, Agra & Jaipur

This luxury chef tour emphasizes on various types of  Indian food and Indian cooking and covers the Golden Triangle India consisting of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. This chef tour has been designed with a goal to introduce Indian cuisine in a detailed way for  tourists. Along with the best of north and western Indian cuisines, it also covers must see sights and numerous fun things to do in India. The culinary activities such as food tours, cooking classes, kitchen tours, restaurant visits, etc. are provided in Delhi and Jaipur.

Travel Package details

TRANSPORT: In private or shared car with driver, air or train. Culinary tours in India by Chef
ACCOMMODATION: Hotels, guest houses, heritage properties.
ENDURANCE LEVEL: Anyone to Expert. Depends upon destinations and activities chosen.
ACTIVITIES:  Food tours, cooking classes, market tours, kitchen tours,  Bird watching,  Cultural activities, Meditation, Yoga,  sightseeing, Volunteer activities (Optional)
DURATION: Variable
MEALS: By choice
COST: From INR 60000 onwards ( US $ 1000)

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1: Delights of Delhi

First Day in Delhi will cover wonderful landmarks Lotus Temple and Qutub Minar. Lotus Temple is an impressive Baha’i house of worship that was built in 1986. Qutub Minar is a 72 m tall tower built in 1193. The food tour of Delhi will begin at noon from Old Delhi. This top rated tour will introduce you to the Indian food and culture and provide an exciting kick start to the rest of your trip to India. You will be covering 16-18 different Indian food dishes from various Indian cuisines. You will also visit around 10 different food joint in Old, Central and South Delhi. They have been in business since generations and are famous for the quality of food they serve. The oldest food joint that we will be visiting has been in business for around 110 years and the youngest food joint has been in business for around 40 years. Sampling of various delicacies like samosa, lassi, butter chicken, kulfi, kebabs is the part of our culinary food walk. Old Delhi tour will give you a chance to be a witness to old and narrow streets of medieval Delhi, markets that have evolved through centuries and thousands of people engrossed in their daily lives. Each and every lane in this area caters to different commodities. The commodities would typically include invitation cards, spices, bicycles, cameras, utensils, vegetable, clothes, shoes, books, etc. Visiting Spice market of Delhi along with the visit to a charitable kitchen that feeds more than 10000 people daily will also be a part of the tour.
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
DAY 2: The Magic of Cooking

You will be presented with the opportunity to cook some of the things that you sampled the previous day. This will be done in a half day cooking class. This class will be led by a chef and his family. The class will begin with making masala tea (version of tea popular in India), some fried Indian snacks and pakodas that are best enjoyed hot. While the chef enlightens you about details about Indian food, spices, ingredients and the things to expect during the cooking class; you can enjoy hot chai and pakodas. Soon will come the time to don the aprons and begin cooking. Learn to cook various Indian meals such as Pulao, daal (lentils), rotis (flat Indian breads), egg plan raita, stuffed parathas, vegetables and more, dessert like halwa and non-vegetarian food such as butter chicken, chicken tikka, mutton curry, etc. After the hard work you will be rewarded with the meal of all the dishes that you have cooked. A small gift hamper consisting of essential Indian spices will also be provided to you. These spices are used in a typical north-Indian kitchen. Upon conclusion of the cooking class, get ready to visit India Gate, Rajpath and President’s House. This area is picturesque, especially after the dark, and is one of the favorite family picnic spots of the people of Delhi.
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
DAY 3: The Taj Mahal  Taj Mahal Agra travel packages

You will have to get up early to visit Taj Mahal. Taj Mahal is in Agra which is about 3 hours drive and hence we leave the luggage at the hotel. Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, which according to most, looks more splendid in reality than in pictures. Taj Mahal has many things to offer for your enjoyment such as a nice walk in the gardens, fountains, etc. It is advisable to have an eye for small but amazing details that are easy to be missed without someone telling them. There are hundreds of small yet mind blowing details which make Taj Mahal one of the top attractions in the world. Enjoy your time there and you might also want to get some pictures clicked on those marble benches where many celebrities like Lady Diana have posed for the pictures. You will have to walk out and reach Agra Fort. It is made of red sandstone and has a great historical significance as the capital of Mughal empire. While going through various parts of the fort, you can view the Taj Mahal and Agra town. These views from the fort are really spectacular.
MEALS: Breakfast and Dinner
DAY 4: Time with Elephants of the Pink City

Early morning, we will be heading towards Jaipur, the famous Pink City of India. This will require another early wakeup. After hotel check-in and freshening up, we will be visiting Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds). As the name suggests, its front face consists of 953 Jarokhas or small windows decorated with intricate lattice work. It is 5 stories high and is made of red and pink sandstones. After this, it will be time to play with elephants in the top rated Jaipur thing to do, Elefantastic. However, in between it will be time for lunch and you will be served a traditional Rajasthani thali (platter). After lunch , enjoy a rare opportunity to ride, feed and play with these highly trained, friendly gentle giants for hours. Choose an elephant for your ride to the jungle; sit around a bonfire under the open night sky while enjoying folk dance and and song performances presented by local artists.
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
jaipur sightseeingOPTIONAL DAY 4: Sights of Jaipur

Visit Jantar Mantar built by Maharaja Jai Singh. It is an incredible astronomical observatory and was built in the early 18th century. After Jantar Mantar, we will visit Jaipur City Palace. The Jaipur City Palace houses the museum. The palace, although being a museum, is still partly a royal residence. After visiting the Palace, we will be visiting Jal Mahal. Jal Mahal is very famous and is constructed on an island in Man Sagar Lake. The places visited can be adjusted according to wishes of the guests.
MEALS: Breakfast and Dinner
DAY5: Food tour in Jaipur

Explore Jaipur in a delicious way in a day long food tour. Have a drink of salty lassi, staple drink of Jaipur after a light breakfast. The food tour will enable you to get to know Jaipur better in terms of its sights, smells and flavors. Jaipur is a very easy going city and you can feel it while walking through its streets and pink markets. They offer delicious food that you can sample. This food tour in Jaipur will provide you with the opportunity to sample different types of delicious kachauris, chai prepared over charcoal fire, famous Rajasthani sweets and numerous different snacks. It will end with a big traditional Rajasthani dinner with 5-6 different dishes which you will surely enjoy. Apart from tasting these delicacies, the food tour will also cover sights such as Galta Jee Temple, Amer Fort and a few more based on time availability. Galta Jee has a large resident population of monkeys and langoors. The local markets will be fun to explore as you will see an array of colorful commodities and many people buying and selling them. You will surely want to purchase something out of the wide variety of bangles, shoes, clothe, jewellery, amongst very other things. You will also be taught about some of the ingredients that are conventionally used in Rajasthani cooking.
MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner jaipur attractions
DAY 6: Nahargarh and back home

Breakfast done, we head for Nahargarh fort after packing our bags. It has a very impressive view of the city and was used by the royal families centuries ago as a picnic spot. This was constructed in the 18th century and it means the home of tigers. Being in a very good condition, you will enjoy taking some picture here. This marks the end of our tour with a chef and we take back a lot of memories as we head back to Delhi.
MEALS: Breakfast

Led and guided by Rajeev Goyal, who is a chef and also owns the restaurant, the cooking classes  and food walk in Delhi will be fun. At every step of the sight seeing journey, trained guides will be there to help you during the trip.

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