Food Tours – The Best Way to See a City

on August 8, 2018

You’re on vacation, browsing the internet looking for the best things to do in Valdosta, and up pops Miss Kate’s Deep South Tours offering a food tour of historic Downtown Valdosta.

What’s a food tour?

Glad you asked!

A food tour is a delicious and entertaining way to learn about Valdosta with food and drink tastings at four of the best local restaurants.  You will uncover a world of authentic, mouth-watering food dishes designed to suit you budget, appetite and time frame. Along the way, we sprinkle in a bit of history, architecture and culture to round out your perfect day in South Georgia.  Think of a food tour as a sightseeing tour where food is used to tell the story of the city.   It’s more fun and more delicious than a double-decker bus sightseeing tour!

Now that you know what a food tour is, we’ve come up with the top five reasons you need to take a Miss Kate’s Food Tour while you’re on vacation in Southeast Georgia.

Top 5 Reasons Why You Need to Take a Miss Kate’s Food Tour

#5. You like food! Wonderful, you’re the perfect candidate for a food tour. Miss Kate’s food tours are a delicious way to try new foods and discover new restaurants

#4. You’ve always wanted to meet some of those people behind the great food.

#3. You’re too sunburned for another day at Wild Adventures.

#2. You’re trendy, and food tourism is the hottest trend in travel.

#1.  You want to “experience” your trip.  Miss Kate’s Food Tours runs Wednesday through Saturdays evenings and Friday ansd Saturday afternoons. Our tours are only a half mile walking tour with plenty of air-conditioned stops along the way.  The are handicap acessable for slow-walkers and wheelchairs.

Come along, and experience the South in a whole new way.

Reservations required. To purchase tickets, visit:  https://www.misskatestours.com/

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