MasterChef, the culinary competition has become one of the most popular reality shows on television. It has attracted viewer interest across the world. Luxury tour operator Cox and Kings is leveraging the popularity of the show by creating packages offering the chance to learn to cook on holiday with the champions of the popular show. There is a wide range of destinations to choose from, right from Morocco and India to Mexico and China. There is a variation in the duration of the trips which last from five days to fifteen days. Total destinations on offer are twelve and it is your best chance to discover the traditional dishes of the destination of your choice.
A 15 Day Trip to Vietnam With James Nathan Costs £3,325
The guests, during the tour, will first be touring the markets to source local ingredients and then join the cookery classes with in-country experts and MasterChef champions. If you have a favorite chef you might have to choose the trip accordingly as the panel of champion chefs include right from 2010 MasterChef winner Dhruv Baker to 2013 finalist Larkin Cen. Different trips have been priced differently. A seven-day trip to Italy’s Amalfi Coast with 2011 finalist Sara Danesin Medio will cost you £1,960 per person, including all travel and accommodation. A 15-day trip to Vietnam with 2008 winner James Nathan will cost £3,325 per person. The proposed trips are scheduled to begin in March 2014.
Keri Moss will Host the Inaugural MasterChef Trip to Morocco
Peter Kerkar, CEO of Cox & Kings believes that discovering local food is one of the greatest joys of travel and it becomes even more pronounced when you have the guidance of culinary experts. The combination of tourism and cooking will not only give you an entirely new experience but help you learn a new skill while enjoying a holiday. The professionals MasterChef joint winner Keri Moss will host the inaugural MasterChef trip to Morocco. She has never been to Morocco before and is really looking forward to the trip where she hopes to explore the souks and see all the spices and work with an in-country expert. The groups will be small so it will be possible for the guests to interact with the Champion Chefs and the local experts on a one to one basis.