SPAIN FOOD SHERPAS FOR TRAVEL AGENTS SPAIN FOOD SHERPAS FOR TRAVEL AGENTS
#1 in Malaga & #2 in Granada on tripadvisor!
Become a SFS Travel Agent and Start Earning Money Today
If you are a travel agent and want to help your clients discover their destination through one of our incredible, food-focused experiences, just book directly with Spain Food Sherpas and start earning commission!
Whether it’s a solo traveller, a private tour or a large group, we’ve got you covered.
When you work with us, you will receive a Competitive Commission of 10% on each booking*
The process is very simple and straightforward. There are two modes of operation:
- You use a unique Partner Code at checkout that applies a discount to the total price. The discount represents your commission.
- You pay in full and invoice us the following day or at the end of the week or similar, for all the bookings you’ve made. Your commission earnings will be transferred to your bank account within the next 48h.
Over the last 5 years we have welcomed more than 15.000 happy guests on our food tours and cooking classes in Spain and are ranked #1 in Malaga and #2 in Granada on guided tours.
* We offer a tiered partnership structure based on volumes of traffic. 10% represents the commission rate in the first level. For our top performing partners we have already established a working relationship with, the commission rate is significantly higher.
What People Say About Our Tours
We had a brilliant time with Spain Food Sherpas Tapas Tour!! It was a present to our dads 70ths birthday and was worth everything.
Our guide was brilliant and the food tour was fab. If you’re in Malaga I would highly recommend this tour. Lovely tastings and a great bunch of people.
We had a lovely wine and tapas tour of Malaga . Very well organised for our large party of 20 and the food and wine were delicious.
We spent 14 awesome days in Spain and the Paella cooking class in Malaga was absolutely one of the highlights.
Some of our Tours in Spain
From the unique Manzanilla en rama to the traditional choricito al infierno and even the surprising emparedado de anchoas on our tour we’ll share some of our favourite tapas, local recipes, new fusion dishes and other hidden gems.