Join us as we venture along the west coast of South India, exploring the rich culinary traditions preserved and continuously reinvented by the diverse communities of the Malabar region. From Kozhikode to Goa, we'll visit port cities, temple towns, beaches, and orchards, exploring the dynamic and inextricable relationship between food and faith, and the interplay between sustenance and ritual. With the guidance of local historians, expert home chefs, and temple priests, we’ll teach our tongues to listen, tracing history through flavors and textures. Between bites of biryani, sips of chai (or feni), and healthy helpings of storytelling, we’ll come to develop an understanding of how the distinct tastes of Malabar, and the communities they draw from, came to be—and continue to evolve.
This trip is offered by Atlas Obscura. Once you've reserved your spot, our team will be in touch to help you prepare for the trip. Please note that flights to Kozhikode and from Goa or Jaipur are not included in the trip cost.
This trip is limited to 12 travelers.