Culinary Foodie Tour St Maarten – St Martin

A Tasty Journey

      Our Culinary Foodie Tour takes you on a tasty journey exploring
St Martin’s food scene.

There’s no better place to do a Food Tour than on our beautiful multicultural two-nation island of  St. Martin, also known as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean. We are a melting pot of more then 100 different nationalities, with a cuisine equally interesting. The island boasts more than 200 eateries, from local street fare to high end dining.

On our exclusive Food Tour of St Martin expect to taste hearty Caribbean comfort food, locally made rum, French haute cuisine, something sweet, and Dutch cheese. St Martin is a haven for gourmets as well as gourmands!

The Culinary Foodie Tour is a great and delicious opportunity to see the island’s sites, hear all about her food culture, and visit 4-5 locations and restaurants to taste the highlights of Creole, French, and Dutch food and drinks.

All our tours have a maximum of 6 guests, if your group is larger check out our Private Tour section. Our vehicles are air conditioned.

FYI: Seagrape Tours supports the food artists  and/or food establishments and does not charge the food artists and/or food establishments for the visit nor do we take commission on any food and/or beverage sales.

For a detailed description of the Foodie Tour see further below.

When:
Several during weekdays and during the weekend

Starting Point:
Dock Maarten in Philipsburg – How to get there?

Shore Excursion-  Coming by cruise ship?

Time:
During the Week (Monday-Friday)
From 9 AM – 2 PM

Weekend (Saturday)
From 9 AM – 2 PM

Rates:
Adult $169, Child up to 12 yrs. $149

What to wear/ bring:

Included in this trip:

                          Creole Breakfast, our famous Johnny “Journey” Cake

Dutch Cheese Tasting

St. Martin Rum tasting at Guavaberry Colombier Tradition

French Lunch at the Restaurant of the Day

We’ll have cold water, and serve iced lemongrass tea and iced coffee with a piece of our homemade banana bread during our snack break