One experience that every foodie and avid traveler should try out is a gastronomy break. One of the most authentic cultural elements of a place is gastronomy. The unique tastes of a destination’s cuisine are linked to the qualities and characteristics of its society and reveal an important piece of information regarding its cultural and economic history. At the same time, food is also a form of communication, a way to ‘speak’ to someone’s heart.

    Cooking is all about people. Food may be the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture, everyone around the World, people get together to eat’ – Guy Fieri. Culinary travel is about tasting a country’s best culinary delights. Cape Town and its surroundings offer new and unique concepts that set themselves apart, its history is rich and diverse, and their food and culture reflects centuries of intermingling ethnicities and flavors.

  • Inclusions

    4 nights’ stay at 4 star hotel in Cape Town
    Daily breakfast
    Visit to Route 44 food market in Stellenbosch and Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock with transfers
    A culinary experience,
    City tour on coach basis
    Return airport transfers.

  • Day 1

    Upon arrival in Cape Town be met by your local representative and be transferred on a private road transfer to your hotel for check inn. Arrive at the hotel check inn and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.

    Overnight stay Cape Town.

    Day 2

    After breakfast depart the hotel and enjoy a Full Day Stellenbosch which includes a visit to the Root44 Food Market for some leisure time and visit to the Old Biscuit Mill in Wood stock. – Stellenbosch is a university town in South Africa’s Western Cape province. It’s surrounded by the vineyards of the Cape Wine lands and the mountainous nature reserves of Jonkershoek and Simons erg. The town’s oak-shaded streets are lined with cafes, boutiques and art galleries. Cape Dutch architecture gives a sense of South Africa’s Dutch colonial history, as do the Village Museum’s period houses and gardens. Root 44 Food Market – Good food, delicious drinks, lively tunes and brilliant company – we at ROOT44 know South Africans enjoy nothing more. That’s precisely why we’ve created the perfect all-weather setting where you, friends and family can come together rain or shine.

    We’re a market with a difference: housed in sturdy, super cozy marquees (which means rain is never an issue), and surrounded by gorgeous vineyards and trees, we offer funky live entertainment, craft and home ware stalls perfect for leisurely browsing, and an awesome selection of edible and drinkable treats. Return back to Cape Town with an en route visit to The Old Biscuit Mill – A vibrant, warm-hearted little village in the heart of Woodstock where talented people come together to share, collaborate and well….show off the heart-felt passion. The Mill is home to day and night markets, dynamic office space, a range of workshops and designer stores, delicious farm stalls, decadent restaurants as well as an inspiring line-up of festivals and productions. Come and explore the Mill and meet some of South Africa’s most talented, innovative designers, artists, photographers, and connoisseurs of fine taste and decor.

    Return to the hotel and overnight stay Cape Town

    Day 3

    After breakfast depart the hotel and enjoy a Bo Kaap culinary cooking experience in the Heart Of Cape Town at 10h30. The Bo-Kaap Cooking Tour takes you on a voyage into the life, food and culture of the Cape Malay’s in Bo-Kaap whilst offering you a hands-on, practical lesson on how to cook like real Cape Malay ‘Auntie’! Learn how to fold Samoosa’s and mix Masala for that perfect pot of Cape Malay Curry! We offer an educational, fun experience encompassing inspiring insights into the Cape Malay culture in Bo-Kaap from a culinary perspective. Your host and guide Zainie, will entertain you with stories of the food and culture of Bo-Kaap whilst cooking up a storm in her kitchen! In the cooking class, guests will discover the secrets of mixing Masala, making Dhaltjies (Chilli Bites), preparing and folding Samoosas, making and frying Rootis and learning the traditional way to cook a mouth-watering Cape Malay Curry which you will enjoy in a sit down lunch whilst Zainie entertains you with local recipes and stories of food, culture and life. Refreshments and tasters are served before Lunch; thereafter you will receive a recipe booklet together with bag of Zainie’s special Masala Mix for your first curry meal. Picture Tour, Cooking Class & Lunch Experience. Includes: Short walking tour including a visit to the spice shop and stroll through Bo-kaap’s colorful houses and cobbled streets. This 30 minute tour ends at Zainie’s home. Live hands on demonstration on how to mix your Masala 2 hour interactive cooking lesson on making Chicken Curry, Rooti’s, Samoosa folding and Dhaltjies (Chilli Bites) Finished by a 2 course lunch served with refreshments. Classes are only available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

    Return to the hotel and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.

    Overnight stay Cape Town.

    Day 4

    After Breakfast enjoy a Full the rest of the day at leisure.

    Overnight stay Cape Town.

    Day 5

    After breakfast check out of the hotel and proceed on private road transfer to Cape Town international Airport for your flight back home!!!

    Tour Ends


    Travel insurance
    Optional tour/transfers
    All other services not mentioned under Inclusions


    *Prices mentioned is starting from, per person based on 2 persons travelling together and sharing twin/double room, subject to seasonal surcharges and availability.

    ITL World reserve the right to amend the prices in case of currency fluctuations, changes in rates of exchange, and/or fuel costs, special or high season charges and hike in the airline/hotel/rail/land transportation charges before the date of departure.

    For convenience of passengers and / or feasibility of operations, ITL World or their service providers may sometimes amend the itinerary.

    International hotel check in time is between 2pm and 3pm and check out time is between 11am and 12pm. (Exceptions apply). Early check in and or late check-out is subject to availability of rooms and may be chargeable.

    It is the responsibility of the passengers to ensure they hold valid passport, visa, travel and medical insurance, vaccination etc., as applicable for each destination.

    City/tourist tax as applicable, must be paid directly at the hotel.

    To assist with visa application process, ITL World would provide copies of air tickets, travel insurance and other ground service vouchers for bookings made and fully paid for. Approval and issuance of visa is at the discretion of respective Embassies or Consulates and ITL World cannot in anyway influence this process. Certain nationals however receive visa on arrival in select countries, subject to prior online approvals