Taste of Travel

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The vast expanse of Brazil's Pantanal is fascinating for nature travel enthusiasts. This is especially true when the bounty of the land makes its way into the kitchen.

February 21, 2012

Dining in Dakar, Senegal

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The flavor of Dakar’s culture is rich and colorful, and the nation's food selections are no different. Just as the West African and European cultures come alive in the city's architecture and way of life, the two cultures come together over a meal to provide a one of a kind dining opportunity during your Senegal tour.

January 31, 2012

Mud Cloth Culture in Mali

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It’s no secret that one of the most rewarding aspects of travel is delving into the local culture. This is especially true in Mali and other parts of West Africa, which has kingdoms and civilizations dating back centuries.

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There are hundreds of sights to see on International Expeditions’ new Turkey and Greece cruise, but nothing can happen without sustenance. Luckily, Turkey boasts one of the world's richest, most diverse and delicious cuisines.

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While the nature travel experiences of a Borneo tour are unrivaled, the culinary experiences there might rank just as high.

Traditional Indonesian food is found throughout Kuching, the capital of the largest state of Borneo. However, the state of Sarawak has its own unique cuisine that should not be missed!

January 13, 2012

Indulge in Indian Cuisine

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Indian cuisine is relatively common in the U.S. — it can be found in hundreds of restaurants, cafes and even at the grocery store. However, there is nothing like experiencing the delights of the cuisine first-hand during an India expedition with IE.

The most common delicacies of India can be enjoyed nearly anywhere, but when travelers visit the country itself, they have the opportunity to explore the vast range of elements that make up authentic Indian food.

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Bali is known for its stunning beaches, lush rainforests and tropical species, but its capital city, Ubud, has even more to offer. This cultural mecca is home to many multiple spiritual and culinary gems that those embarking on International Expeditions’ new Bali cruise should not miss.

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Most people travel to Machu Picchu and Cusco to learn about the ancient "lost city" or explore the legendary rainforest of the Amazon River. However, archaeological and natural wonders aside, the kitchens and dining rooms of Peru have plenty more to offer those who travel to Peru.

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Trying the regional dishes is one of the most fun – and tasty – ways to be immersed in the local culture when you travel. That’s why International Expeditions includes excursions to local restaurants and meals at leisure during our itineraries. Recently, our Costa Rica tour naturalist Jonathan Sequeira told us about one of the most frequently asked guest questions during meals out: “What’s this sauce?”

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Heavy on rice and beans, Costa Rican cuisine also incorporates ingredients native to the country like beef, chicken and fish.

Costa Rican cuisine is known for being simple and not highly seasoned, which, for some, makes it less than memorable. But as you travel throughout Costa Rica, foodies can find an infusion of flavors from around the world. Whether looking for a French, Italian, Peruvian or Japanese dish, it can be found on your Costa Rica tour!

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