25 North American Food and Drink Tours You Must Experience

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Discover North America’s best food and drink, with the expert support of local guides who are sure to enhance your delicious journey.

 

North America is a continent filled with diverse cultures, and stunning landscapes. Sprinkled throughout this dynamic land are culinary wonderlands filled with award-winning chefs, lavish wineries and distilleries, and of course, engaging tours that ensure you experience the best of the best. 

 



The numerous food and drink tours offered amongst the cities and countrysides of Canada and the United States, allow visitors to skip the hassle of seeking out the must-try meals, wines, and other tasty treats on their own. Instead, they get to relax and be whisked away to stunning hot spots their taste buds will never forget. 

 



To help you select the ideal tour companies, we’ve done the heavy lifting for you, crafting a list of the guided tours that provide a captivating and delectable dive into the most exciting food and drink cultures North America has to offer. Here you’ll find everything from a cobblestone maze through the ultimate restaurants and cocktail bars of Vancouver, to a lush journey into 4 million coffee trees in Hawaii. Get ready to create an itinerary that will open your mind, nourish your body, and please your palate. 

 

Categories

 

Culinary Tours

1. Cypress Hills Destination Area | 2. Vancouver Foodie Tours | 3. Whistler Tasting Tours |

4. Uncorked Tours | 5. Taste Vancouver Food Tours | 6. Local Food Tours |

7. Eating Asheville | 8. Tasty Tours | 9. Watermark Beach Resort |

10. Eating Through T.O. | 11. Food and Farm Tours

Drink Tours

1. Maui Brewing Co. | 2. New Belgium Brewing | 3. Wicked Wine Tours

4. Niagara Vintage Wine Tours | 5. St. Augustine Distillery | 6. Discover Okanagan Tours

7. New World Wine Tours | 8. Copper & Kings American Brandy Company

9. Southbrook Vineyards | 10. Broue-Tours | 11. Ogopogo Tours

12. Brewvana | 13. Sake A to Z – New World Wine Tours | 14. Kauai Coffee Company

 

 

Culinary Tours

 

1. Cypress Hills Destination Area

 

Date: 1st Wednesday in July and last Wednesday in August, plus private tours available on request

Prices: $75.00 CAD

Location: Maple Creek, Canada

Website: www.visitcypresshills.ca

 

Maple Creek, a town brimming with the history of the settlement of the West, is an ideal location to combine a journey through this captivating history, with great food. As guests embark on one of The Cowtown Culinary Tours they’ll be treated to homestyle cuisine, and meals paired with craft beers, between excursions that present the rich history and interesting tales of the settlement of Canada’s West.

“Cowtown” is acclaimed for the cooperative and collaborative relationship that was forged there with the First Nation’s people of the Nekaneet First Nation. In addition, it was the relocated site of the North-West Mounted Police detachment after the closing of Fort Walsh, and the North-West Mounted Police’s first headquarters. A mecca of nature, this area is a gateway to the Cypress Hills, Canada’s first Interprovincial Parks, which are filled with unique and stunning surroundings.

 

2. Vancouver Foodie Tours

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $54.99CAD – $84.99CAD

Location: Vancouver, Canada

Website: foodietours.ca

 

Vancouver’s #1 Rated Tour on TripAdvisor for 3 consecutive years, Vancouver Foodie Tours is the place to go for a top-notch tour through Vancouver’s thriving culinary scene. The Gastronomic Gastown Tour is their most popular tour, as it offers a delicious walking food tour through Vancouver’s #1 restaurant district. In three hours, foodies receive in-depth historical tour of Vancouver’s heritage, a progressive meal at four locally-owned, award-winning restaurants, and experience Vancouver craft beer, wine, and cocktail culture.

Gastown is a must-see as it’s one of Vancouver’s most historic,food-centric neighbourhoods, replete with cobblestone streets that wind through a maze of restaurants, cocktail bars, and trendy boutiques. As you eat and drink your way through this unforgettable hot-spot, you’ll likely be treated to interactions with an eclectic mix of locals, who are sure to add pizzazz to this one-of-a-kind tour.

 

3. Whistler Tasting Tours

 

Date: Daily departures at 5pm all year round

Prices: $124.99 CAD + tax per person.

Location: Whistler, Canada

Website: http://www.whistlertastingtours.com/index.html

 

In Whistler, only the vibrant food and wine scene compare to the stunning natural beauty and unique mountain lifestyle. Whistler Tasting Tours, which has earned a 5-star rating on TripAdvisor, takes guests on an edible adventure through the best restaurants in the area. At each stop, food enthusiasts will receive one delicious course of a full meal.

The popular Finer Things dining tour option features four delectable courses at four award winning Whistler restaurants. In addition, tour-goers will have the once-in-a-lifetime experience of learning to saber champagne in an awe-inspiring 15,000-bottle wine cellar at the Bearfoot Bistro. As you embark on this tour, be prepared to get swept away in the captivating energy and culture of Whistler, while savoring the best food and wine the city has to offer.

 

4. Uncorked Tours

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $69 + tax per tour

Location: Saint John, Canada

Website: www.uncorkedNB.com

 

Wander through the historic streets of Canada’s oldest incorporated city, and indulge in the best food and drink that Saint John has to offer, while on the Uncork Saint John Food and Drink Tour. During the tour, guests will experience everything that makes Saint John so special, from their food, local wine and craft beer, to landmarks, architecture, history and amiable community.

The tour begins at the oldest continually operating market in Canada, where guests sample some of the freshest Seafood in the world, straight from the Bay of Fundy. From there, local gourmet food, craft cider, local wine, craft beer and more will be sampled. And of course, you’ll learn about the dynamic history of the area, such as the landing of the Loyalist, and the Great Fire of Saint John that destroyed a third of the city in 1877. By the end of the tour, visitors will go from feeling like strangers to locals.

 

5. Taste Vancouver Food Tours

 

Date: Year Round (except Dec 24, 25, 31, and Jan 1)

Prices: CAD 79

Location: Vancouver, Canada

Website: www.tastevancouverfoodtours.com

 

Partake in mouth-watering, culinary experiences during a Taste Vancouver Food Tour, which takes tourists and locals on an entertaining and tantalizing adventure through Vancouver’s food scene and charming culture. This tour will take you to Vancouver’s best eateries, jovial pubs, unique shops, and historical neighbourhoods.

And then there’s the tour guides, who are both fun and knowledgeable, with a desire to get you laughing as the move through the cobbled streets of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood. Be sure to add this tour to your itinerary if you enjoy outstanding food and drink, fascinating stories, and people who are so entertaining you’ll never want to say goodbye.

 

6. Local Food Tours

 

Date: February to December

Prices: $57 + booking fees + taxes

Location: Montreal and Quebec City, Canada

Website: localfoodtours.com

 

This immersive and authentic experience, in Montreal’s most artistic neighbourhood, allows you to sample the city’s best food in engaging hot spots. Their popular Mile End Food tour is filled with captivating art, fun locals, plenty of diversity, and amazing food. Eat like a local, while learning about the fascinating history and culture of Montreal, with the support of a certified guide.

Being all about variety, Local Food Tours takes you to an old theatre, five food stops, including the famous St-Viateur Bagel, ample photo stops in front of one-of-a-kind street art, and so much more. A few surprises might even be in store, like residents harvesting tomatoes in their front yard, a surprise speech from the local gnocchi vendor, or an encounter with an entertaining local ready with a humorous anecdote.

 

7. Eating Asheville

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $56-$74

Location: Asheville, North Carolina

Website: www.eatingasheville.com

 

Receive a front row seat to Asheville’s vibrant culinary scene with the guidance of Eating Asheville.This walking tour of Downtown Asheville takes foodies to six or seven of Asheville’s finest restaurants for small plates and drink pairings. The superb knowledge of the guides often leads to lively discussion that illuminates the cultural, and food and drink, history of each neighborhood visited during the tour.

Asheville has become a culinary mecca because of the innovative and talented chefs who push the boundaries of the palate, creating dishes that both surprise and delight. A passion for local and seasonal offerings has allowed these award-winning chefs to create a culinary culture known for its quality and delicious artistry. Because of this, Asheville should be on the radar of foodies in the know.

 

8. Tasty Tours

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: Kensington Tour is $CAD 59 per person ($49 for ages 7- 12). Chocolate Tour is $49 per person ($39 for ages 7- 12)

Location: Toronto, Canada

Website: https://www.tastytourstoronto.com

 

An award-winning Toronto food and chocolate tour company, Tasty Tours features behind the scenes experiences, fascinating bites of history and an abundance of delectable treats, including an exclusive Toronto Truffle, aka Toffle™. Many of the tour’s highlights are located in the trendiest areas of Toronto, and allow for an intimate tour as they cap each excursion at 10 guests. This small number creates a personalized experience, where the passionate guides get ample opportunities to interact with the guests.

The two tour locations offered include the Kensington Market and Toronto’s fashion district. These locations create opportunities to experience a multicultural, eclectic outdoor market, exotic restaurants, vintage clothing stores, one of Toronto’s most popular clubs, and more. Each tour includes exclusive “Tasty experiences” that range from VIP chats with store owners, to secret food samples. In addition, each guest walks away with a Toffle™, which is a cross between a chocolate truffle and butter tart, that’s painted with the Toronto skyline. Yes, please!

 

9. Watermark Beach Resort

 

Date: May-October

Prices: From $55.00CAD (price depends on Experience package)

Location: Osoyoos, Canada

Website: https://www.watermarkbeachresort.com/osoyoos/signature-experience/

South Okanagan is an oasis of unique natural splendor and rich history, serving as the beating heart of Canada’s farm to vine renaissance. Through tours at Watermark Beach Resort, guests will have the luxury of experiencing the finest culinary, environmental, historical and cultural gems of Canada’s only pocket desert.

Tour-goers will travel from the shores of Osoyoos Lake through a rare antelope-brush ecosystem, past the traditional Okanagan First Nation’s fishing grounds, along steep bluffs, and onto an ancient glacial plateau. While on the plateau, you’ll have the chance to explore the vibrant organic fields and vineyards of the 600-acre Covert Farms, complete with a wine tasting. The tour ends at Watermark Beach Resort, where local wines, paired with farm-fresh Okanagan Valley fare, will be served to the backdrop of a luminous sunset.

 

10. Eating Through T.O.

 

Date: Jan 05- December 22rd

Prices: $480 CAD for 2ppl (3hrs)

Location: Toronto, Canada

Website: eatingthroughto.com

 

Often touted as the most inclusive tour of Toronto’s food scene – curated by local experts – Eating Through T.O. provides one of the best, most diverse, and customizable eating adventures in Toronto. Guests will hop from eatery to eatery in a chauffeured vehicle, complete with a guide who will be sure to take you to the most current and quality foodie-heavens.

Along with soaking in many of the city’s most famous locations, guests will visit unique ethnic pockets of the city, local hangouts, and well-hidden gems. Eating Through T.O. operates on the belief that one of the best ways to get to know a city is to eat its food, which is why they have you feasting on local delicacies every 20-30mins. Come hungry, and leave fulfilled.

 

11. West Marin Food and Farm Tours

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $195/person for a day tour (6 hours)

Location: Point Reyes Station, California, United States

Website: https://foodandfarmtours.com/blog/

 

Embark on a culinary odyssey through beautiful Marin and Sonoma Counties with Food and Farm Tours. This high-caliber tour company takes guests to the sources of the finest wine, cheese, oysters, spirits, grass-fed meats, pastries, and produce in the area, arranging tastings at each stop. This comprehensive experience allows visitors to travel behind-the-scenes, exploring cheese making, oyster farming, bread baking, wine making, and so much more.

These stops are enriched by stories about local history, family farming and artisan food production from local experts. By the end of this acclaimed tour, you’ll understand how Marin and Sonoma Counties have become world leaders in organic and sustainable farming.

 

Drink Tours

1. Maui Brewing Co. | 2. New Belgium Brewing | 3. Wicked Wine Tours | 4. Niagara Vintage Wine Tours | 5. St. Augustine Distillery | 6. Discover Okanagan Tours | 7. New World Wine Tours | 8. Copper & Kings American Brandy Company | 9. Southbrook Vineyards | 10. Broue-Tours | 11. Ogopogo Tours | 12. Brewvana | 13. Sake A to Z – New World Wine Tours | 14. Kauai Coffee Company

1. Maui Brewing Co.

 

Date: Offered six times daily, year round

Prices: $15/tour

Location: Kihei, United States

Website: mauibrewing.com

Dive into an educational and inspirational discovery of all things beer at Hawaii’s largest craft brewery, Maui Brewing Co. During the 45-minute tour, guides discuss the history of the brewery, the art of the brewing process, how they make sustainability a top priority, and culminates with a guided tasting of Maui Brewing Company flagship beers.

This 5.3 acre brewery is like a wonderland for beer lovers interested in the magic that occurs behind the scenes to allow Maui Brewing Company to churn out tens of thousands of barrels of beer, which are lauded internationally. If you have time to stick around after the tour, the restaurant provides happy hour from 3:30pm-5:30pm, with live music from 4pm-8pm.

 

2. New Belgium Brewing

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: Free

Location: Fort Collins, United States

Website: https://www.newbelgium.com

 

What’s better than free beer, free education, fun stories and a ride on a slide? Not much, which is why New Belgium Brewing includes these free goodies in their coveted, whimsical tours. As Colorado’s largest craft brewery, and home to the acclaimed Fat Tire Amber Ale, this tour often requires advance reservations, as it fills up fast.

Adjacent to the charming downtown of Fort Collins, this modern and partially solar-powered facility takes visitors on 90-minute tours, where they enjoy live storytelling, beer romancing, art-gazing and plenty of samples. You’ll learn about their 100% employee-owned business model, as well as what it takes to turn grain into amazing beer in their beautiful brewhouse and wood barrel aging cellar, which is one of the oldest and largest in the nation. If you’re still doubtful of the merits of this tour, know that USA Today recently named it the best tour in the United States.

 

3. Wicked Wine Tours

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: CAD $99 for 3-hour Wine Tour, including taxes and tasting fees

Location: Kelowna, Canada

Website: http://www.wickedwinetours.com

Wicked Wine Tours provides visitors with a fun, friendly, informative, and memorable experience that inspires and educates guests with outstanding service. This award winning company is owned by Nicholas Wilson who has over 25 years of hospitality experience. He has a simple mission of providing visitors with an in-depth journey through the Okanagan wine country, by building and nurturing relationships with local wineries and tourism partners.

Beyond the lavish dive into all things vino, visitors will be treated to a stunning trip through the Okanagan Valley, which features the massive Okanagan Lake, surrounded by lively communities, orchards, farms, and wineries. Known for its sunny, dry climate, lakeshore communities, eclectic lifestyle, and of course, exceptional wines, the Okanagan Valley can not be missed, and is best enjoyed with the support of Wicked Wine Tours.

 

4. Niagara Vintage Wine Tours

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $89.95 per person plus HST

Location: Niagara Falls, Canada

Website: https://www.niagaravintagewinetours.com/

 

Niagara Vintage Wine Tours is one of the most respected wine experience companies in the Niagara Falls area, and has been providing world-class, professional and educational wine tours for over 12 years. In addition, they’re recognized in the industry as the “Wine Smart People’ ™

The signature tour offering, the Evening Winemakers Dinner Tour, is a memorable experience, including three winery visits, three to four tastings at each winery, a grand tour of a full working barrel, and a gourmet three course dinner. All meals are finely curated, as each a la carte course is paired with VQA wines, including the iconic Icewine with the final dessert option. This ornate dinner is enjoyed at a private table with your touring partner. Tours include a visit to the acclaimed Niagara on the Lake appellation, as well as the exquisite wineries of the Twenty Valley.  

 

5. St. Augustine Distillery

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: Free

Location: Saint Augustine, Florida

Website: www.staugustinedistillery.com

 

Recently awarded the “2018 Best Whiskey Tour in North America” by the International Drammies, the St. Augustine Distillery tour has more 5-star reviews on TripAdvisor than any other bourbon distillery in North America. On their free 45 minute-tour and tasting, guests relish a variety of visual, olfactory, tactile and taste experiences that tell the rich history of why this distillery does what it does.

During the tour, lovers of quality-liquor learn about the distillery’s passion for making the best craft spirits in the world, by using locally harvested agriculture and traditional distilling techniques. In addition, guests learn how to make four cocktails that showcase the flavor of the St. Augustine vodka, gin, made from Florida sugar cane, Barrel finished rum, made from local molasses, and Florida’s first bourbon, made from local corn and wheat. To close out the tour, guests learn about the distillery’s sustainability practices, commitment to historic preservation, and love for the local community through supporting the arts and cultural heritage. Do not pass through St. Augustine without delighting in this world-class tour.

 

6. Discover Okanagan Tours

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: Starting at $80 $CAD

Location: Kelowna, Canada

Website: discoverokanagantours.com

 

The mission of Discover Okanagan Tours is to showcase the incredible vino-culture and ambiance of the Okanagan. This tour company has a magical way of passing on their passion for the delicious wine produced in the lush valleys of their home land, and ensure guests have the opportunity to soak in the image of the picturesque mountains that frame majestic Lake Okanagan.

These carefully curated tours introduce visitors to the best wine in Okanagan, by chauffeuring them to wineries where they can enjoy the aromatic, crisp, clean white wines of the north, or big bold reds of the south. Along the way, friendly guides will ensure that your tour is everything you hoped for.

 

7. New World Wine Tours

 

Date: March 1st- Dec 15th

Prices: $395/day per person

Location: Toronto, Canada

Website: newworldwinetours.com

 

Revel in the most immersive food and wine experience from Toronto to Prince Edward County, by joining New World Wine Tours who have a sommelier curate all tours. Luxury SUVs transport guests as they discover the history and charm of the bountiful Prince Edward County Region, which has recently upgraded from a simple farming community to a wine-making, and culinary hub.

During these excursions, in the fastest growing wine hub in Canada, visitors will sip on high-quality wines that have been cultivated in the limestone soils of the county. As you sip, the wine makers will walk with you through the vines, while answering any and all questions. In addition, time is made to visit a lavender farm, say hello to local alpacas, and enjoy a farm-to-table lunch.

 

8. Copper & Kings American Brandy Company

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $15 USD

Location: Louisville, Kentucky, United States

Website: www.copperandkings.com

 

The home of American Brandy, Copper & Kings crafts a brandy that is influenced by the feisty and rambunctious bourbon culture that surrounds them. Staying in line with their feisty attitude, this distillery also serves us Absinthe, Gin and an intense Orange Curacao. Located in historic Butchertown, one of Louisville’s oldest neighborhoods, this distillery is a modern, eco-friendly addition to the city, as its tour shop and waiting room is surrounded by a 4,300 square foot pollinator habitat, where bees and butterflies interact with a variety of flowers and milkweed.

During this exceptional tour, you’ll learn that the “spirit of the spirit” is heavily influenced by music, as they consistently blast jams in the temperature controlled basement where they age the alcohol. This unique technique, which they call Sonic Aging, allows low frequency bass waves to create pulsations and reverberations throughout the spirit in the barrel. These pulsations and reverberations are said to aid the alcohol’s interaction with the wood, extracting just the right amount of flavor over time. As they say, “We make a brandy that boogies.”

A variety of private tours are offered, like the Signature Cocktail Tour and Mixology Tour, where guests are guided through the history and creation of classic brandy, absinthe or gin cocktails. And, because no tour would be complete without samples, guests are allowed to sample three different spirits at the end of their tour.

 

9. Southbrook Vineyards

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $25 CAD plus tax

Location: Niagara on the Lake, Canada

Website: www.Southbrook.com

 

Southbrook Vineyards is where you go to enjoy unique wine and food pairing, which are organic, biodynamic, and locally sourced. As you relax in the delightful Oak Room, you’ll learn why the vineyard favors biodynamics, and experience the sumptuous harmony between the wine and food pairings.

Adding to the romance of this vineyard, which was Canada’s first organic and biodynamic certified winery, is the love story of the founder’s, Marilyn and Bill Redelmeier, connection with wine, the land, and all things “local.” Situated on a 150-acre vineyard in the heart of the Niagara Peninsula wine region of Ontario, a visit to this special space is a must if you’d like to savor organic and biodynamic wines that earn yearly recognition, from critics and consumers alike.

 

10. Broue-Tours

 

Date: Every Saturday, year round

Prices: $65 + tax $CAD per person

Location: Quebec, Canada

Website: www.brew-tours.ca

 

This three-hour tailored tour, in one of the quaintest cities in Canada, treats guests to eight craft beer samplers, a whiskey and three delightful snacks. Taking place in one of Montreal’s most active and fun areas – the Old Port – Broue-Tours guides visitors through the cultural wealth and historical importance of the area while sampling the best beers in the city.

The tour commences at the microbrewery Les Soeurs Grises, where you will sample three craft beers, paired with local cheeses. From there, the now jovial group will head to 3 Brasseurs St-Paul to learn about the art of brewing, and sip on three new beer samplers, complete with a fresh pretzel. The spirited adventure will conclude at the BreWskey with two specialty beers and a Whiskey sampler, which is paired perfectly with beef jerky. By the end of this excursion you’re sure to be filled with a lively energy, and interesting facts about Montreal’s rich beer history.

 

11. Ogopogo Tours

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $119 CAD per person including tax & lunch, group discounts and off season rates available

Location: Summerland, Canada

Website: http://ogopogotours.com/

 

The Secrets of Summerland tour, offered by Ogopogo Tours, will take you to five different wineries where a knowledgeable guide, well versed in the history of the area, will reveal intriguing facts and lore about Summerland. And of course, the best wines and ciders Summerland has to offer will be a primary feature of this experience, which includes lunch at Zias Stonehouse Restaurant.

Additional highlights of this tour include scenic vistas, agricultural history, organic and biodynamic wineries, renowned customer service and approachable wines. Behind-the-scenes insights into many of wines will be offered in the tasting rooms, where the winemaker or winery owners may host your visit.

 

12. Brewvana

 

Date: Year Round

Prices: $69 – 99 per person, which includes transportation, beer, apps, sampling journal, pretzel necklace and a pilsner glass for each guest

Location: Portland, Oregon, United States

Website: http://brewvana.com

 

The mission of the aptly named Brewvana is to have guests experience a euphoric state of awareness, appreciation and adoration for Portland’s finest craft beer. This tour company offers all-inclusive brewery tours, which provide VIP access to the heart of Portland’s thriving craft beer scene. Guests journey through Portland on a beer-themed short bus, stopping in at four breweries per tour to sample beer, learn about the ingredients and brewing process, go behind the scenes, meet the brewers and work on reaching that state of beer-induced euphoria.  

Walking tours are also available, and feature deeper insight into the history of the city and neighborhoods. Private tours are customized to meet the needs of the group and can accommodate any number of people. If you’re heading to Portland, also known as “Beer City USA,” because of the fact that it has more breweries within city limits than any other city in the world, a Brewvana excursion is a must.

 

13. Sake A to Z – New World Wine Tours

 

Date: March 1st- November 30

Prices: $75 per person for a 2.5 hour tour

Location: Toronto, Canada

Website: newworldwinetours.com

 

The only all-access look into a sake brewery, outside of Japan, New World Wine Tours takes you back in time as they lead you through the production area of a craft sake brewery. The taste and smell of fresh Japanese sake, being made using traditional methods, is a mesmerizing experience that leaves visitors truly in awe of this ancient drink. The journey appropriately ends with an exclusive tasting of the craft sake and food pairings.

With the warmth of the sake humming within, you can continue to explore Toronto’s historic Distillery District, one of the city’s only pedestrianized areas. The old-world brick buildings, which were once home to the largest whiskey distilleries in the world, have evolved into the biggest collection of Victorian Industrial architecture.

 

14. Kauai Coffee Company

 

Date: Available every Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 8:30am

Prices: $20

Location: Kalaheo, Hawaii, United States

Website: www.kauaicoffee.com

 

For those that would like to skip the alcohol-focused tours, Kauai Coffee Company offers a Coffee on the Brain tour where guests learn about the Kauai Coffee bean’s journey from seed to cup, the different types of coffee they grow, and the best way to brew coffee and taste the differences between each variety. The tour wraps up with a walk through their orchard to experience what it takes to make Kauai Coffee so extraordinary.

As tours are capped at 14 people, this is a prime opportunity to get the full attention of the expert guide, feeling free to ask any questions that arise, and maybe even getting into an in-depth discussion about the miracle of coffee. The tour sets off from the Kauai Coffee Visitor Center, set in the middle of 4 million coffee trees. If you enjoy this tour so much you just can’t leave, guests are welcome to spend the day sampling coffee in their open air lanai.  

 

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Culinary Tours

1. Cypress Hills Destination Area | 2. Vancouver Foodie Tours | 3. Whistler Tasting Tours |

4. Uncorked Tours | 5. Taste Vancouver Food Tours | 6. Local Food Tours |

7. Eating Asheville | 8. Tasty Tours | 9. Watermark Beach Resort |

10. Eating Through T.O. | 11. Food and Farm Tours

Drink Tours

1. Maui Brewing Co. | 2. New Belgium Brewing | 3. Wicked Wine Tours

4. Niagara Vintage Wine Tours | 5. St. Augustine Distillery | 6. Discover Okanagan Tours

7. New World Wine Tours | 8. Copper & Kings American Brandy Company

9. Southbrook Vineyards | 10. Broue-Tours | 11. Ogopogo Tours

12. Brewvana | 13. Sake A to Z – New World Wine Tours | 14. Kauai Coffee Company

 

 

 

 

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About the Author: Bailey Gaddis

Bailey is the author of Feng Shui Mommy, a travel writer, avid scuba diver, and lover of adventure. She has lived in California, Texas, Mexico, Peru, and the Honduras and is currently landed in Ojai, California. She found her ideal partner in a surfing-Aussie who is often the catalyst for their international travel (that's on a budget, with a toddler!) She is a contributing writer for Flight Network, Babble, Huff Post, Working Mother, Trip Savvy, Scary Mommy, Your Tango, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Good Housekeeping, Women's Day, Cosmo, and more. A collection of her writing can be found at BaileyGaddis.com

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