Four foodie trips that will make your mouth water

If you’re looking for a dining experience with a difference, try out these fabulous Just You tours, each offers a taste of something rather unique.

This barbecue lunch is ‘shear’ magic

Why run with the herd, when you can do something a little different – and it doesn’t come more quirky than lunch at a sheep shearing station! This authentic Aussie experience begins as you watch in amazement as the sheep dog and stockman expertly work together to round up the animals and guide them into the shearing shed. You’ll watch as the sheep is skilfully shorn and afterwards enjoy a typical Australian barbecue. On the menu will be plenty of meat and salad, plus a slice of apple pie. Experience it on our Amazing Australia tour.

Raise your glass to dinner in a vineyard

It’s lovely to have a glass of wine with dinner, but even better is to enjoy your meal in a vineyard! Run by the Alessandro family for four generations, the Alessandro di Camporeale Estate in Sicily will play host as you tuck into a farewell dinner of locally produced organic food. Of course, you’ll also tour the cellars and enjoy a tasting of some of the excellent wines produced at the vineyard, where all the hard work is done by hand. Experience it on our Sicilian Sunshine tour.

Get into a sticky situation in a sugar shack

Sugar shacks are a big thing in Quebec – they are where the sap of the maple tree is boiled and turned into sweet, sticky maple syrup. They’re also where families head to celebrate and eat traditional Quebec food all drenched in, you guessed it, maple syrup! You’ll head to Sugar Shack Chez Dany where the all-you-can-eat menu includes maple ham, grilled salt pork, baked omelette and maple taffy on snow – or crushed ice – depending on the season! Experience it on our Canada’s Eastern Wonders tour

A DIY dinner has never been so exciting

Shopping and cooking – what might sometimes feel like chores at home come into their own when you’re browsing Santiago’s central market with a professional chef. Not only will you get loads of hints and tips about the exotic goodies on display but you’ll also learn how to rustle up local dishes, which you then get to eat! Will you make fried empanadas, fresh ceviche or perhaps the tasty broth cazuela? There’s only one way to find out! Experience it on our Chile – the Atacama to Patagonia tour