This was a great way to spend a couple of hours getting to know India. We went around 10am and seemed a great time go visit as it was nice and quite. Lucy the tour guide was very good and was happy to explain all...More
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Tour was short and covered very small part of the farm. The guide was not very interesting or engaging and we only got to smell some allspice leaves. Did not handle or smell any other spices. It was just okay. Lunch was delicious and plentiful.
Nice place to visit. Spice farm is a bit miss learning as a name, it's not a big farm, more like a forest with spice trees. But nevertheless, tour is very informative and staff, except maybe the ones at the cashier, are super friendly and...More
When you visit the site, you soon realize that you are not going to see a real spice farm. The place is very crowded with turists. You get a guided tour through a small garden along with other turists, containing many of the spices they...More
I loved visiting Sahakari Spice Farm. Our guide, Francis, was fantastic and entertaining. Additionally, he was informative not only about how the various spices/fruit grow but also about ayurvedic uses for the spices. While I cannot say that the food at lunch is the best...More
One is spoiled for choice when it comes to spice gardens in Goa . I've been to one before but this was my first visit to Sahakari. The positives first - the guided tour was informative , the guide was fun to listen to and...More
Had an unexpectedly great day out here. For very little money ( about $8) we were treated to a traditional welcome and drink, interesting tour of the spice farm and lunch. There’s plenty of spices vacuum packed that you can buy and take back home...More
Francis was a wonderful and informative guide very entertaining he is an asset to the sahakari spice farm just wonderful I loved the visit However could of cried for the elephant and though the old trainer guy was horrible I truly hope these elephants are...More
food was not satisfactory rs 400 per adult & 200 per child is too expansive with very less variety of foods not at all satisfied there shold be some free take home spice from 400 entry fees or else only visit there see spices do...More