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Auckland Tastebud Tour, local food, wine and history tour1 Reviews
The perfect tour for food lovers. Our tour of the city explores the suburbs and city centre through your taste buds. We meet local food producers, hear their stories and try their produce.
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DescriptionOn this driven tour we visit everywhere from the farmers markets at weekends, the shops the chefs going shopping, chocolatiers, cafes, farmers markets, artisan producers and much much more. The tour takes in the sights and sound of the vibrant Auckland region while we talk you through the architecture, culture and character that makes up this exciting city. Our experienced, passionate and fun tour guides will give you a morning you will thoroughly enjoy! The Tastebud Tour is driven (so you can sit back and relax) and takes four hours. Our guests leave us packed full of suggestions of where else to eat while they are in New Zealand and delicious memories to take home! 'Excellent! Well Worth it we had a great time! Elle was fantastic and we look forward to trying out all the suggestions she made for us. Serena and I really enjoyed the tour and will be high recommending this to our family and friends.'
IncludesAll tastings, transport and the guide! Auckland City Centre Hotel Pick ups
- Please confirm all dietary requirements 24 hours before the tour. We try to accommodate all dietary requirements, but can only do so with notice.