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“At EPIcURIOUS travel we are passionate about creating a travel experience for our clients that is enriching, memorable, rejuvenating and of course lots of fun. It is the fulfilment of these measures of client satisfaction that makes our work so rewarding.”

Jennifer Wilkinson ~ Owner/Director

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  • A signature of journeys with Epicurious Travel is that expectations are always exceeded. The Tassie tour started with MONA and continued to provide highlight after highlight. Christine introduced us to a passionate community of food producers, chefs and winemakers – the future for Tasmanian culinary enterprise is truly exciting. I can’t thank you enough for an eye opening discovery of hidden Tasmania!

    Janet Ruby – Tasting Tassie with Christine Manfield

  • Despite having lived in Japan for 2 years, the trip was a fantastic cultural experience that exceeded my expectations. Michael Ryan was a warm and engaging host, he was very generous in sharing his deep knowledge of and passion for Japan. We were privileged to meet his network of local food and sake experts, who showcased the best of modern and traditional Japan. Overall, the trip was great value!

    Stephen Jones – A culinary journey to Japan with Michael Ryan

  • We were highly satisfied with the trip. We learnt something about the country, enjoyed the walks and striking scenery. Walking at altitude could be demanding but was exhilarating. The accommodation was better than expected and the food – whilst simple was of good quality – plenty of vegetables! We appreciated learning about the Bhutanese way of life. It was safe and happy.

    Lynn Bain – The Sacred Kingdom of Bhutan

  • My friends and I have travelled in Australia, Europe and India with Epicurious Travel, over the past six or seven years. We have very much enjoyed the different experiences we have had either walking or touring. We have been so well looked after I cannot recommend highly enough a trip with Epicurious Travel. A must for the bucket list.

    Louise Urquhart – Kerala Cultural and Culinary

  • Walking the Camino has been a long-term ambition and this version allowed me to enjoy the guilty pleasures of good food, good guiding and good accommodation while assuaging my guilt by walking about 200 km from St-Jean Pied de Port to Santiago di Compostela.

    Gordon Whyte – Camino de Santiago

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