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Spice walk is a 200 acre coffee plantation, located in Kumily, Kerala. The farm consist of coffee, cardamom, pepper and other spices. The farm tour is about an hour, with a guide and there is extensive study of coffee and cardamom cultivations.Spice...more
A genuinely fabulous insight to SPICES, very knowledgeable indeed. My only concern is the truly hard sell afterwards of pressurising you as a foreigner in to buying anything and everything to multiple ailments you may have or even gain in the near future.
This is another very good place to have good time spent here to know some varieties of spices, we know many of them as we consume them. However, to see them on the plant/tree is really a different experience.
A superb place for nature lovers and adventure tourists. You have to take package from KFDC and they will guide you through the forest. There is many activities involved like stay in camp in deep forest, tree house etc. We enjoyed a lot.
We visited this spice garden to have information of the different product that we get from Mother Earth and which are very useful and important for health and how do they benefit us and the best part is these are absolutely natural and will have...More
It's a really great way to learn about the process, effort and experience of spice growing in India. The hosts are hugely knowledgeable and really friendly. Set in a beautiful garden with the best coffee I had my whole trip!
There are many offers for "spice walks" in and around Thekkady. But most set foot into a garden where the "guides" talk a very short walk and explain bushes, herbs and trees with its value for mankind. Everything is "very good for your health". Even...More
This was one of the nicest things my wife and I did when we were in India. We had Sasha (I hope I got the name right!) as our guide and she was incredibly knowledgable and friendly. The garden is incredible and has an endless...More