Intrepid Travel has launched a ten-day Real Food Adventure in Israel for 2015.
Clients will have the chance to try shakshuka in Tel Aviv, browse the fish market in the Old Town of Akko and try Arabic sweet knafeh in Nablus.
The tour also takes in the Palestinian village of Battir, a barbecue lunch in Bethlehem and falafel and kaek (sesame bread) in Jerusalem.
Prices lead in at £1,525 per person including accommodation, selected meals, transport and a local guide, based on a June 11 departure.
The operator's UK managing directir, Michael Edwards, said: “Israel is fast gaining global recognition for its diverse, colourful, earthy-flavoured cuisine, making it a truly unique country to experience food like a local. This trip also offers clients an opportunity to explore Battir, which was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site last year.”