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Dougaldston Estate, St. George's
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Satiate your culinary passions with a journey back in time, wandering around the old spice-processing plant of Dougaldston Estate. Tucked away next to a beautiful creek, the old building showcases the step-by-step production of spices, from their growth to their processing. Though run-down nowadays, the buildings are filled with fascinating machinery and tools. You’ll also have a great opportunity to sample and buy some of the spices produced here, and take them home as souvenirs. Our St. George's trip builder makes visiting Dougaldston Estate and other St. George's attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • From the outside, the estate looks a little out of date. Still in use in an idyllic location. A guided tour is worthwhile.
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  • This island is known throughout the Caribbean as the island of spices, so it was only fair that visit this farm where you know a little of the history of different spices, you see them in the rough and not already processed. You can even buy some spices but as they are not processed, but in natura, legally you cannot get in many countries as a function of risk phyto sanitary. The place is very rustic, seems a bit abandoned, but is one of the few interesting attractions in this very poor island, but with a population very cheerful.
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  • Went here as part of a tour. It's a barely operational plantation saw some cocoa beans drying and the talk on the different crops was interesting but you are better off going to the Belmont Estate. Th...  more »