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Mundhongo, Merlo

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.3/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Take a tour of Mundhongo a family-run, mushroom farm. Learn about the history of the place, the growing of different types of mushrooms, and their processing into unique products. Here, the Tezzoli family grows a number of fungi, including shiitake and oyster mushrooms. In their shop, you can taste or purchase a variety of products such as fresh, dried, and canned mushrooms, in addition to items like chutneys, syrups, vinegars, and even liquors made from the homegrown fungi. Our Merlo vacation trip planner makes visiting Mundhongo and other Merlo attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • There is a guided tour at 11, 30 am that explain the cultivation and properties of fungi. THEY PUT ALL THE PASSION. There are sale and tasting
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  • We were well received! We tested several species of fungi, and decided to bring us some preparations. We turned by its forest where there are stations where they explain processes and interesting things of the fungi. They have debit in merlo colo that is to find a needle in a haystack already to cashiers without money n a largooo weekend! :/
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  • Great place! You get to taste their preparations and it is more rich than the other, even have liquor of fungus! Super recommended to visit the place. Patricia, the owner a grosa! All the wave! He even got us accommodation! Thank you!!! :-) :-) :-) :-)
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  • For a fan of the fungi as I this place is very attractive, a linda story family and very rich products.
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  • I was a few days ago with my mom and my boyfriend and we were delighted! We brought us several products convinced that he liked us thanks to the tasting. The next will do the tour! Successes!
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  • Very good information and the place is very good! There are tasting and guided tours to see the crops (with schedules)! Very good!
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