Sahakari Spice Farm, Ponda
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Go beyond the beaches and visit Sahakari Spice Farm, a lush attraction filled with spices, fruits, medicinal trees, and herbs. Learn about the cultivation of vanilla, nutmeg, curry leaves, turmeric, and much more. Taste all these quality spices at the onsite restaurant, where you can dine in a private hut. Don't miss the attraction's other activities, such as folk dancing and swinging between palm trees. Finish your day by bathing and riding elephants through the farm. Plan your Sahakari Spice Farm visit and explore what else you can see and do in Goa using our Goa trip builder.
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Spice farm is brilliant, very interesting to know just how much work goes into producing various spices and what medical uses they can be used for. The buffet at the end is also great for only $400 Ru... read more »
Sahkari spice plantation is located quite far from panaji city, it took us around an hour to reach there. They charge Rs 400 per person. They receive people with flower garland, thought the reception ... read more »
We visited this farm as a crew of 7 including my grand parents and younger brother. We hired a cab to the farm and he waited for us to take us back to the hotel. When you get the tickets you are told ... read more »
Franciny Zúñiga Luna
This was one of my favorite places in Goa, I learned a lot about Indian spices and some other spices. The food was delicious and all natural even the plates, they have some natural products that are worth trying and the tour was very nice since I love nature. The elephants are gorgeous and seems like they take good care of them. Just one thing I will complain about, since I went there with my Indian family I saw they greed all the foreigners in an Indian style and we felt left out since they didn't preform the greeting to us.
Good place to see. Food is superb if u are in hunger really... Nice place for nature lovers !! Elephant splashing ride was awesome !! :) , but INR500 for 3 mins splashing is too costly :(
If you have no value for rs 400 surely visit this place. The food is not even worth rs 50. A pure waste of time. They just make us walk a little bit and show us the same old spices nothing interesting at all. The uneducated tell us about the things we learn in class 10. And have no extra knowledge about things related to other spices. It is a place where they can loot the foreigners. A big no to visit this place
The farm organises a small tour where a guide will take you around showing you the different plants and their medicinal values. They also sell different herbs and ointments from the produce of the farm. Local food is served made from the spices grown here. The entrance fee includes the cost of the meal too.
Place is good for foreign travelers who have no idea about Indian spices. Most of the info given is known to most of the Indians except that you will see them growing on tress and plants. Staff is humble and friendly. Costs 400 RS per head, including lunch. I wouldn't recommend a planned visit. Go only if are passing along that way and want to relax for a while.
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