There is no faster way to get to the heart of a destination than through the food of its people. From sambar to sushi, enchiladas to escargots, a luxury food and wine experience with Wexas Travel showcases the best of a region’s cuisine.Our expert travel specialists will help you organise a dining holiday that’s unlike anything you’ve experienced before. Our range of experiences includes luxury trains with world-renowned chefs onboard, hotels featuring Michelin-starred restaurants, and plenty of local insight to help you uncover little-known gems in your holiday destination.
For oenophiles, try a classic tour through California wine country, from Napa Valley to Sonoma and beyond, or seek vintages from around the world in South Africa’s Winelands, Argentina’s Mendoza Province or Australia’s Barossa Valley.
The world is full of exciting new flavours—let Wexas help you find them on your next luxurious getaway.
Popular destinations for Food & Wine Holidays
The rise of the New Zealand food scene recently means there are now numerous world-leading chefs and restaurants around the country to compliment the already world-class wines the country produces.
From steakhouses and gaucho culinary traditions to the refined wineries of Mendoza and La Rioja, discover the delicious flavours of Argentina on a luxury food and wine holiday.
Australia is a foodie's dream destination. The country's abundance of fresh produce and array of cultural influences means there is no shortage of ‘fusion food', all well worth trying. Or, fall back on the country's classic: a quintessential barbie.
Vietnamese cuisine is a sensational balance of fragrance, taste and colour. With Chinese, French and American influences as well as regional variations, every dish you try in Vietnam offers you something unique.
Colourful, interesting and alien to most visitors, South African food has the potential to be the highlight of your trip. Paired with the first-rate wines available on vineyard tours, restaurants or simply in bars, and you'll see why South Africa's food and wine fame is known the world over.
Fresh, seasonal local cuisine is a highlight of any west coast holiday, as are world-class vintages experienced on a tour of California wine country. From citrus groves to seafood, Asian influences and some of the best tacos outside Mexico, there is plenty to satisfy any traveller’s tastebuds.
Our top itineraries for Food & Wine Holidays
Embark on an 8-day winter adventure from the magnificent fjords of the west coast to the Arctic wilderness of northern Norway. This Arctic adventure of a lifetime includes the unique experience of a night in the Kirkenes Snow Hotel.
Offering superb value, this weeklong road trip will see you uncovering the Moorish wonders of southern Spain, brought to life with guided tours and stays in historic hotels. Highlights include visits to the palace-fortresses of Seville and Granada along with the Córdoba's cathedral-mosque.
Staying in forest villas and luxury camps, return from Big-Five safaris to all-inclusive gourmet dining and waterhole sundowners. Included excursions range from game drives, bush walks and rail safaris to visits to local communities, San Bushmen sites and that natural wonder, Victoria Falls.
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Tear yourself away from the next-door beach to enjoy the gourmet dining, indulgent spa treatments and poolside relaxation of this luxury property on Tenerife's sun-drenched southwestern coast.
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Just minutes from the golden sands of Mallorca's pretty northern shore, this traditional boutique hotel pairs all those must-have modern comforts with private balcony rooms and sweeping Mediterranean views. It's all complemented by fine wines, tempting Mallorcan menus and a stunning outdoor pool.
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Gran Canaria’s first Design Hotel is retro chic complete with a range of superb facilities, ultra-stylish rooms and indulgent dinging options.
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This Small Luxury Hotel of the World is split between a 19th-century manor and an ultra-fashionable new wing. In between there’s everything from fine dining to an indulgent spa, cloaked in spectacular botanic gardens.