Bonjour tout le monde! Back by popular demand, Adam Liaw and Gullivers are teaming up for the third time to proudly present a culinary tour of France. Known for his Asian culinary fusions, Adam is excited to host this tour for food & wine lovers that wish to immerse themselves in the delights, history and culture of the French food scene. You'll taste the delights of this delicious cuisine, learn famous French cooking techniques and sample wine specialties. Join us on Adam Liaw's French culinary tour, it's not to be missed!

Adam Liaw Australian Chef
Adam Liaw Australian Chef

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Château de Pommard
Château de Pommard

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Making Buttery Croissants
Making Buttery Croissants

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Adam Liaw Australian Chef
Adam Liaw Australian Chef

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Adam Liaw is one of Australia’s most recognisable food personalities and is the author of five cookbooks. His popular cookbooks The Zen Kitchen and Asian Cookery School educate and inspire many Australian and international home cooks.

Since winning Masterchef Australia in 2010, Adam has become a well-known
television personality with his beautifully produced cooking show, Destination Flavour. In this television series, Adam travels through Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Scandinavia and Singapore taking the viewer on a gastronomic adventure. In 2016 Destination Flavour won the AACTA award for Best Lifestyle Television Program.

Adam is a regular columnist for Fairfax newspapers’ GoodFood, Sunday Life Magazine and The Guardian. He is also UNICEF Australia’s National Ambassador
for Nutrition.


Adam's passion for food, cooking and the fusion of cuisines will make this tour a once in a lifetime experience. Join Adam and experience the delights, history and culture of the French food scene.



Tour cost is $11,880.00 per person and is based on a minimum of 40 people travelling with the below inclusions.

  • Return economy airfare flying Emirates: Australian capital city to Paris…surface…Lyon to Australian capital city (via Dubai both directions)

  • English speaking tour escort/guide for 9 days, Paris – Champagne –
    Burgundy – Lyon


  • 10 nights’ accommodation in 4-star hotels based on twin/double share rooming

  • Porterage of 1 large suitcase per person at each hotel

  • Daily Breakfast

  • Lunches & dinners (3-course menu with a drink) as detailed in the itinerary

  • Airport arrival & departure motorcoach transfers with assistance

  • Half-day tour of Paris with an English speaking guide

  • Welcome reception on arrival at Paris hotel (1 glass of wine, champagne
    or soft drink)


  • Half-day tour of Montmartre with English speaking guide

  • Two cooking classes at renowned cooking schools

  • Round trip coach transportation to included events

  • Private deluxe motorcoach for 5 days touring to Champagne & Burgundy regions

  • Sightseeing and walking tours as per itinerary

  • Wine estate visits with tastings as detailed in the itinerary

  • Visits and entrances to special sites/venues as detailed in the itinerary

  • Local taxes and services charges. Inclusive of local VAT

*** Subject to availability of all listed hotels and venues/sites, a similar standard of property or similar venue may be used *** 




  • Airport taxes/fuel surcharges/airline levies – approximately $216.00 (subject to fluctuation until time of ticket issue)

  • Airline Excess Baggage Costs – excess over and above the free limit set
    by the airline


  • Meals & Drinks – other than stated

  • Limited Single Room Occupancy at hotels – subject to availability and
    extra cost


  • Gratuities & Tips to guides, drivers, service providers

  • Items of Personal Nature (e.g. laundry, phone calls, room service, etc)

  • Passport & Visa Costs – please check with this office if you require visas for your tour. If you are travelling on a non-Australian passport please check all document requirements with the embassy or consulate of the country/countries you are visiting, transiting through and re-entering

  • Comprehensive Travel Insurance – It is highly recommended that you purchase comprehensive travel insurance for your trip.

**All land costs shown are subject to alteration (increase or decrease) due to currency fluctuations. Increases in land and air costs may arise between now and the date of departure. Costs will depend on the availability of flights, hotels, trains, buses etc quoted on. These costs are subject to the group travelling together throughout the tour. Any variation will incur an amendment fee and may also jeopardise the costs for the rest of the group**


Gullivers highly recommends that you have Comprehensive Travel Insurance prior to travelling. ASK GULLIVERS about our competitive travel insurance rates.


  • Security – In recent times the French National Security program, Plan Vigipirate, has seen increased security measures for public venues and shops. Handbags and shopping bags will be checked and visitors must carry with them one form of photo ID at all times. Please be patient and co-operative with security personnel, they are doing a great job and are trying to keep everyone safe. People are also asked to report immediately any unattended bag or object spotted in a public space. 

  • 112 call for help – If calling from a mobile phone, 112 is the single European emergency number to use. The 112 emergency number will work from a landline or public payphone. There is also a dedicated number for each service:
    - Medical Emergency dial 15
    - Police dial 17
    - Fire Brigade (or in case of an accident) dial 18


  • Try the language out – the French locals love it when visitors attempt their language. Even if it is a simple "Bonjour" (hello) or a polite “Je voudrais un café et un croissant, s’il vous plait” (I would like a coffee and a croissant pleaseyour efforts will be appreciated.

  • Be comfortable – pack a couple of pairs of comfy shoes when travelling to France. When travelling you should always expect to do a bit of walking, whether it's around the Lourve Museum or wine tasting in the Champagne region. Your feet will thank you later.

  • Final tip – have fun! Fully immerse yourself in the cuisine, wine, cultural and history of the fabulous country. Don't forget to try Lyon's famous, mouth-watering quenelle, Bon Appetit! 






30 May – 12 June 2020


Saturday – 30 May

Australia – Dubai – Paris

Sunday – 31 May


Monday – 1 June


Tuesday – 2 June

Paris – Reims

Wednesday – 3 June


Thursday – 4 June

Reims – Beaune

Friday – 5 June


Saturday – 6 June

Beaune – Perouges – Lyon

Sunday – 7 June


Monday – 8 June


Tuesday – 9 June


Wednesday – 10 June

Lyon – Dubai

Thursday – 11 June


Friday – 12 June



Australia – Dubai – Paris – Reims – Beaune – Perouges – Lyon – Dubai – Australia

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