Africa not only creates a fantastic destination for unique wildlife and spectacular scenery but also very tasty Gourmet Safari opportunities. Attention all foodies, why not combine the fresh, traditional and large variety of African cuisine with a wildlife and gourmet safari combination.
Traditional ingredients include plantains and cassava and served with grilled meat and sauces. A braai – open BBQ fire is a common and popular cooking technique. Famous for biltong and attributed to the Afrikaner culture, the native Africans have been preserving meat this method for years.Learn new culinary art techniques on a Gourmet Safari. Southern Africa cuisine has been influenced by many different cultures like British, German, Dutch, French and Malays who all brought their recipes with them when they settled here.
Fine dining, delicious award winning wines, plump olives, bespoke cheeses, African coffee and more can be sampled, tasted and purchased in the pursuit of a unique gourmet safari experience. Culinary tourism will help you fall in love with a country and relive the fond memories by learning how to recreate local African cuisine at home.
Fresh and local foods are sourced from local markets when travelling on a Gourmet Safari.
Maybe a gourmet safari doesn’t include preparing the food yourself but to indulge in the luxuries of a top chef providing you culinary delights while on safari. Just like this delicious picnic while on a African Safari at Tswalu Lodge.