The perfect morning walking tour: enjoy 3.5 hours of Wellington culinary experiences as well as the city's history, architecture and ideas on great places to shop and eat.
Discover fresh tastes in New Zealand's cafe and culinary capital, as we introduce you to local tastes, products and people. With a personal guide to tell the local stories, you will taste gourmet products such as coffee, chocolate, gelato, cheeses and other specialties in top food places the locals know.
At the end of your tour we give you a list of our favourite cafes, bars, restauarants, food stores and coffee roasters, to enjoy during the rest of your time in the capital.
Read about our tours: The Australian (March 2013), reviews posted by tour guests on our website, or our Trip Advisor Reviews.
Walking Time: approx. 1.5 hours all up, at a casual wandering pace.
Lonely Planet 2013 has named Zest Food Tours as one of the world's Top 10 Walking Tours for Globetrotting Foodies.
Need a guide who speaks French, German, Danish or Dutch? Please email email@example.com to make a special request.
Departs from inside Wellington's i-SITE Visitor Centre, Civic Square, corner Victoria and Wakefield Streets, Wellington
9.30 am - 1.00 pm
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Available year round, 7 days, except for public holidays. On Sundays we have a different itinerary to take in the lovely waterfront Sunday food markets, see here for details.
Rate NZ $179 per person (minimum 2)
All inclusive for up to 8 guests.
Walking Level: our tours are walking tours suited for guests will a moderate level of walking fitness. We recommend wearing comfortable shoes and bringing a light rain jacket or umbrella depending on weather conditions on the day. You can check the Wellington weather here.
Travelling by yourself? This is the perfect tour if you are booking on your own. As our tour minimum is 2 guests, if you wish to make a single booking please click here to enquire before going further. We will reply by email within 12 hours.
Considered New Zealand's café and culture capital, Wellington (surprisingly perhaps) has more cafés and restaurants per head of population than New York.
Our most popular tour. Explore Wellington's favourite food places in this compact city.
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If you prefer some driving, try our Taste Wellington food tour.
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