**All tickets included**No shopping point**Free breakfast**Lunch included - Chuncheon chicken (spicy/soy sauce)- Strawberry farm - 500g strawberry+300g strawberry jam- Nami Island - Seoul must-see attraction- Railbike - will arrange own rail bike accordingly, no sharing with other groups
A food experience like no other. Our chef will take you on a guided tour of the Port Douglas region, collecting fresh produce from local farms for a delicious lunch. Take in the tropical scenery. Meet local farmers.Taste chocolate and tropical fruit wines. Enjoy a three course BBQ lunch starring Barramundi. Sharing the experience with a small group of people guarantees a personal experience. We are passionate about the region and it's produce and love sharing it with visitors. Vegetarians are also catered for. Farm and cellar door sales available.Please note that the tour generally operates Tuesday to Saturday only due to farm closures on other days - see full availability when booking.
Experience the tranquility of the forest as you float down the Frio River in a silent and stable raft, with minimal physical effort, while observing a wide variety of mammals, reptiles and birds. Enjoy an invaluable cultural experience, sharing snacks with a local farm family.
Being the original and most experienced tour operator in the region, Wineglass Bay Tours have the greatest depth of knowledge, experience and rapport with the local communities.Our guides are truly locals. Tasmanians who love sharing our beautiful island home with visitors and sharing not only the secrets and tales of the East Coast, but also sharing more information about Tasmania in general, including what it is like to live in such a remote, natural part of the world.Our tour provides the greatest variety of options with regard to food and drinks. Bring your own, grab a cheap snack from the Coles Bay supermarket, feast on a seafood banquet at Tasmania's most acclaimed oyster and mussel farm (Freycinet Marine Farm), etc. Ice-creamery and cafe stops at the end of the tour.Complimentary Souvenir Photo taken at Wineglass Bay Lookout and emailed after the tour.Complimentary Drinking WaterFree Wifi DVD fitted bus with a personalised Tasmanian documentary shown during the long drive
If you’re looking for an informal food experience, this treetop table is ideal. Sit down for a lunch or dinner on a platform built high in the branches of a tree on a farm in the Umbrian countryside. This location is a delightfully rustic farmstay in Umbria, near the town of Todi, 30 minutes by car from Perugia.Silvia, the owner and chef, is very enthusiastic about Italian and Umbrian food and farming, and loves sharing her knowledge with guests, through informal meals and tours of the farm. The home made meals here are really excellent, if not most, ingredients, come straight from the farm outside.Guests are welcome to pick and eat some of the produce themselves and you can also sample much of it too in their previously mentioned fantastic Umbrian meals.Appointment at 12.00 pm, at the farm and let's start with a tour of the farm, at 1.00 pm starting our lunch experience.Alternatively meeting at 7pm (if you choose dinner option)Enjoy!
See rare black sand beaches, walk through a lava tube, visit famous Kona Coffee Farm and the magnificent Volcanoes National Park, finish the adventure with stargazing near Mauna Kea. Experience the Big Island’s most spectacular natural splendors on this small-group tour with professional local guide sharing knowledge of the history, cultures, and geology of the island. Lunch and Dinner included in the tour.
" If I could give this tour more than 5 stars I would. Our main guide Oliver was knowledgeable and friendly. The rest of the guides were awesome as well, sharing with us nuggets of information when we rode by various landmarks. Throughout the whole journey the bike ride felt safe and stable, even when we were at the farm, where the soil was muddy from the rain the night before. The tour was fun filled and packed from start to end, I never felt bored and I felt like it covered the main sites in Hanoi! I particularly enjoyed the visit to the farm (they have ostriches at the farm as well) and the stopover on a bridge over the red river. The stop along the train tracks for tea and phototaking, the B52 lake and the Masoleum were sure highlights as well." Said guests who have done the trip.
I'm a passionate chef and I lead Soqueta. Soqueta is a gastronomic house, which seeks to divulge and promote Majorcan cuisine. It's an outgoing, street-level cuisine, because Soqueta wishes to be an easy, direct entrance to the way of being on the island and above all, to our gastronomy which is defining in our culture. I invite you to cook and enjoy the simplicity of sharing a table with the calm which characterizes the island. Everything revolves around an antique kitchen table which belonged to an old Majorcan farm-house, and which we are, all together, going to bring to life again.
We provide a completely customizable horseback ride for all skill levels and do only one tour a day. The tour will take place on our private farm and its protected jungle. Personal attention and tranquility are guaranteed.Well taken care-of animals are a priority to us, all horses are well-fed and only perform one tour a day. All my animals, including horses, sheep, dogs and my cat, are allowed to graze and move freely every day. All horses are ridden bitless, which means no metal in their mouths, and receive natural horsemanship training. You will see and feel the difference. I look forward to sharing the beauty of the land on a horseback with you!