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Sahakari Spice Farm

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A tour of the most interesting spice plants followed by lunch and an elephant ride.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
As featured in 3 Days in Goa
Curti, Ponda, India
+91 832 231 2394
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The experience was good and the food was pretty decent. The tour guide was excellent and she explained every spice plant and uses really well. We paid more for a elephant ride for a few mins and the kids loved it

1  Thank Ritesh D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The guide Gitanjali shared an extensive knowledge of the spices grown there. The homemade lunch provided was quite tasty and spicy!! bought spices and honey and the papad made from peri peri chilli(tasted in the lunch provided.....gives a spicy kick in each bite).You are also...More

1  Thank nishDelhi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We had an enjoyable visit here. 400 rupee each and that included a 30 minute tour and lunch. The tour was interesting and just the right length and lunch was very tasty.

Thank Sean M
Reviewed 15 July 2018 via mobile

A very negative place to go. 400 per person that too with lunch even if you want it or not. Not a bad place

Thank shelatdevang
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Too many people, inspite of the Rain and downpour, crowded and found tickets to be pricey for the quality of food served, no place to sit and eat, the paths were too slippery and messy, no elephant rides, this is my second time to the...More

Thank swetha m
Reviewed 1 July 2018

Food quality should improve. The tour was good. The guides are nice. The welcome drink given of lemon grass was also good. Overall satisfactory.

1  Thank Deepak S
Reviewed 1 July 2018

There are several spice plantations within close proximity of each other; of these, the Sahakari Spice Plantation is one. Contrary to what its name suggests (‘sahakari’ means ‘co-operative’), this isn’t a government-run plantation, but one owned by the Sahakari family. The plantation spreads out across...More

1  Thank Madhulika L
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

Although the hype on the spice farm is exaggerated... It's still worth a visit.The guide Francis Dsouza wowed us with his knowledge about the spice world.After the visit..I realized how much little I knew about the very spices we used in our daily cooking. The...More

Thank Rosevelt R
Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

Although the staff allotted to us was happy to show us around, there is not too many varieties to be seen. The food is pathetic and most of the spices they sell at the shop are not grown by them. They just package and sell....More

Thank drkritisg
Reviewed 24 June 2018

We had been to spice farms in Kerala and were hoping for something similar....this place is disspointing to say the very least. The food is a complete disaster and the short trip around the 'so called' farm is a sham. Overall this seemed like farce......More

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kindly avoid to visit this place
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