Culinary tours

Miris Trails – more than just a taste of paradise

Experience Sri Lanka like nobody has done before… come on a journey that will delight your senses, enrich your knowledge and leave you with an appreciation of Sri Lanka’s rich culture and culinary traditions.

Some of Sri Lanka’s best Chefs will mentor you in the preparation of exotic meals and share their knowledge of the culture and traditions that influence Sri Lankan food. Your mentors will also lead you on expeditions to local markets to pick the finest fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood for your cooking class.

On this tour, you will have your own chauffeur-driven car to travel across this beautiful island, stay at some of the most beautiful luxury hotels, use your own cooking station to create culinary masterpieces at each venue and have plenty of free time to explore exotic Sri Lanka at your own pace, away from the tourist beat.

Food and so much more…

Golf, Cricket, Wildlife, Rain forests, Shopping, Beach, Scuba, Gems, Jewellery, Archaeology, Spa, Surfing

Relax in comfort at some of the best hotels in Sri Lanka:

Villa Republic, GALLE


Situated on elevated land offering 180 degree vistas of the Indian Ocean and the Gin River, this well-appointed boutique hotel offers luxury and modern facilities combined with old world charm.

Tea Factory Heritance, NUWARA ELIYA

Tea Factory Heritance

A colonial era tea factory converted into a luxury hotel, perfect for exploring the hill country.

Vil Uyana by Jetwing, SIGIRIYA


A small luxury hotel with private chalets built around a lake and a typical rice paddy

Jungle Beach Resort, TRINCOMALEE

Jungle Beach Resort

One of the finest luxury resorts on the East Coast with private chalets in a Jungle setting

Jetwing Beach, NEGOMBO

Jetwing Beach Negombo

A chic luxury hotel on the beach, famous for seafood & romantic sunset BBQs on the beach

Cinnamon Lodge, HABARANA

Cinnamon Lodge Habaran

A beautiful lakeside resort in Habarana, in the Cultural Triangle

Reserve your spot now

the Greek geographers called it Taprobane,
Sri Lanka was known as Lanka to the Indians,
Arabs traders referred to it as Serendib
(the origin of the word ‘serendipity’),
the Portuguese called it Ceilão
and the British called in Ceylon.
We just call it paradise…