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Tropical Spice Plantation, Ponda
(3.7/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Learn all about spices at Tropical Spice Plantation, deep in Goa's rural interior. Taste different spices while observing the organic farming techniques employed over 60 hectares (150 acres) of the farm. Following a lunch buffet included in the ticket, you will get an informational tour and hear about nutritional as well as medicinal uses of different spices. You can also buy various food flavorings, oils, and dry goods from the onsite store. For an additional nature-inspired experience, go for the optional elephant ride. To visit Tropical Spice Plantation and get the most from your holiday in Goa, create itinerary details personal to you using our Goa itinerary planner.
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  • This plantation was part of our tour. great place. Here you can see the elephants, their 3. just learn a lot about spices \. Since include a sightseeing tour on a plantation. and yet + lunch. all enjoyed
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  • 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! 
  • We were there for two, I was unwilling to go actually, because tourist, was better than expected by our guide - then - especially. the plant itself is only for tourists, no real spice plantation, but for demonstration purposes. Being quite exciting, which spices such as grow and how, harvested the lift was good, it was less warm than in Panjim, but must not do definitely actually...
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  • 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 the water. As soon as you enter the farm there's a traditionally dressed lady waiting for you with a garland . You can then avail of their buffet lunch and rest awhile and have a guide take you along the tour of the spice farm. You can see a toddy tapper climb the tree and jump to another tree all at the same time , once you are done with the tour as you walk back you can opt for a little splash of water down your backside and feel how cold the water is. Soon it is time to go back and after the lovely time i have had there I feel that I can recommend this place to any one wanting to go there.
  • One of the best place we visited in Goa which was full of new insights into the herbs that we put everyday in our vegetables and other dishes. Cloves, Cashew Nuts, Cardamom and many more. Around one hour of tour into the jungle with many species of plants mainly herbal plants and being guided and explained about these plants was really enlightening. We got to taste Cashew Feni one of the most famous alcoholic drink in Goa along with freshly cooked lunch. Must Visit Place.
  • Tropical Spice Plantation firm in Goa,at Ponda,though it is a bit far from Ponda and we went there by bus from Ponda towards Keri.a -20" journey.Soh beautiful.You will smell the aroma of spices.It is 150acres firm, and guide will take you a spicy tour around 2 acres of the firm around 40" time and will give you a in-depth knowledge of different plants.Entry-fee is 400 INR for every individual,includes inside tour and lunch.There is a small shop inside selling spice packets,can take as a memento!
  • Really cool experience. They have a ton of different spices all within a short walk. The guided tour is really cool as you get to see what spices look like as they grow. Tons of them I had no idea what they looked like! The lunch they served was pretty basic but good. Nothing too crazy.
  • A must visit for spice lovers. It is a private property. Mainly an extension of an actual and big spice plantation. Entry charge is Rs.400 and they give you a guided tour of the place along with decent lunch. A great deal I must say. Staff is very helpful with a smile on their face always. You can also buy organic spices and oils from their shop.