Spice plantation well worth a visit , lets you see how spices are grown in thier raw form , couple of activities and includes a lunch , not a fan of thier local tipple fenny tho which they compliment your lunch with , kids liked...More
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went here with johns boat tours and absolutely loved it. julie our guide showed us the different spices and how and where they grow, we learnt a lot from her. how the spices are used in everyday uses. would definitely recommend it.
Spice garden worst and unforgettable experience. I had visited Spice Plantation on 13th Nov 2016, at around 1.30 pm. I had visited this place many times before and has been a great admirer of this Plantation. This time I was visiting with my friends, it...More
The spice plantation is huge, but you get to see only a very small part of it. Visit it for the beautiful lake at it's entrance, the bridge that's built over it, the amazing food and the spice shop!
Tour of plantations where they grow spices. Foreigners are also guided in their native language (like French, spanish) must say Tourism makes a lot of money to state and country. We had a great gal leading our tour that was very knowledgeable of the spices...More
Had a very interesting time at the spice plantations, was surprised to learn so much about spices and how they are grown. Like for instance I didn't know there was an actual tree called the five spice tree/plant can't quite remember. I always thought five...More
Was the most delightful experience, went there with a group of friends. Aas soon as you get off in their parking space, you just walk down a small bridge to take you to the spice farm across a little waterway, with ducks and geese in...More
The spice farm is a money making business.There is nothing special in this as Indians are aware of all spices.With just 3 or 4 spice plants , they are minting money by projecting as if the spices are from heaven.t here is a nexus between...More
I have to admit. After reading the reviews I had mixed expectations of what this may be like. After having an excellent tour here I am not sure where the negative comments could come from. We had a great gal leading our tour that was...More
The tour of all the spices grown there was pretty interesting and the lunch was also good. This has an entry ticket of Rs. 400 inclusive of lunch. I felt it was worth the amount considering that we dont get to see a lot of...More