Sojourner Tours

A boutique tour company specialized in gastronomic sojourns in France. Go beyond the typical tourist trip: immerse yourself in French culture and discover authentic places loved by the French.

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Book early. SPACE IS ALWAYS LIMITED.

Groups are kept to eight guests so you can visit authentic places, stay in charming boutique hotels and eat in the real restaurants where locals dine. 

Are You a Sojourner?

Sojourner Tours

Several principles distinguish sojourners. The most obvious is that they organize their trips around a single location, or base, from which they can take day trips. Their objective is to immerse themselves in a new culture as much as possible by interacting with local people, eating regional specialties and learning about the community’s customs and beliefs. They are open to new experiences and enjoy adapting a bit. In the end, they judge the success of their trips not just by the number of famous sites they photograph but also by how deeply their experiences affect and enhance the way they live once they return home.

You may be a sojourner if you:

  • Like to get “off the beaten path,”
  • Value quality over quantity,
  • Are an adventurous foodie,
  • Want to take time to “stop to smell the roses,”
  • Think: “when in Rome do like the Romans.”
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SO•JOURN
[n. soh-jurn; v. soh-jurn]
noun 1. a temporary stay: during his sojourn in Paris.
verb 2. to stay for a time in a place; live temporarily: to sojourn on the Riviera for two months.
— Source: “sojourn.” Dictionary.com Unabridged. Random House, Inc. 23 Aug. 2013.

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