Sahyadri Spice Farm

Sahyadri Spice Farm, Bardez: Address, Phone Number, Sahyadri Spice Farm Reviews: 4/5

Sahyadri Spice Farm
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Sahyadri Spice Farm is located on the way to world famous dudhsagar waterfalls....Do come to enjoy the spices n food at the plantation....U can have fun with elephants too...
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13 contributions
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Apr 2018 • Family
one of my friend of childtime works here . he always invited me to be there this time i went there .still the farm is mindblowung
Written 13 February 2019
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Thriyam
Chennai (Madras), India462 contributions
Watch for the elephant
Oct 2018 • Family
A sprawling farm that is a great getaway from the hard concrete city. The aroma of the place is great since it's a mixture of so many kinds of spices. The tour guide is really good who explain things really well. If you are lucky you'll get a chance to see Ganga, the elephant who also lives in the farm. My three year old who anyway wasn't paying any attention to the tour, didn't care about anything else the moment Ganga came on the scene. Smaller kids can get on her back and she'll douse you with water. There's a fabulous lunch they awaits you at the end of the tour and the gift shop sells just about all the spices and condiments for you to take home.
Written 16 November 2018
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802AngelaS
Western Ireland, Ireland26 contributions
Fascinating
Oct 2018 • Family
Thoroughly enjoyed the whole tour, informative and fun with an excellent lunch buffet to follow I would definitely go back should the opportunity present itself !
Written 30 October 2018
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Tevin J
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AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!!
Dec 2017 • Friends
Went here with two of my friends on our way from the waterfalls all I can say is this place is simply AMAZING! And should get more reviews often..

The elephant tour was AMAZING!!!! It was so much fun I did the shower which the guy SAIRAJ was very polite and made me feel welcomed he was extremely professional which is why I would definitely be back to visit in my upcoming trip in August! SAIRAJ thank you very much for all the fun.

After the elephant tour we ate the food that came I guess came with the admission ticket they laid out a buffet style dining which was UNMATCHED the best food I had in India since I stayed in 10 days it was DELICIOUS!!!! I seriously wasn’t expecting that at all.

After the food we later went on a spice tour of the the spice farm JIMMY was our guide and he made it very interesting I will admit I only came for the elephants and did not expect it to be interesting at all but I learned so much and even brought some spices back home for my mom and dad and other family members jimmy you are amazing as well and I can’t wait to see you again in August!

HUGE PLUS this place is extremely awesome should be rated more.

Side note: The lady at the front who makes you pay for the ticket should be a little more friendly which was my first impression of the place but after that jimmy and sairaj made up for it which why I gave this place a 5 star rating! THE STAFF makes this place feel like home ❤️ thank you
Written 30 December 2017
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Kartikay C
New Delhi, India65 contributions
Dash of spices and authentic Goan lunch
Nov 2017 • Couples
The farm is somewhat an unexplored gem in goa. You get to learn a few things about spices and its various medicinal properties.
Add to that a true goan style buffet lunch and you have an experience that you will remember.
The farm is spread in 340 acres and has a variety of spices growing in house. Spice plantations and Goa maybe chalk and cheese to some but take opportunity to visit this farm.
Written 18 November 2017
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Ella J
21 contributions
Fun elephant ride
Oct 2017 • Family
We visited the farm just to see the elephants. It was amazing fun! We took a ride with Leila and Lakshmi and kids also took the shower. We enjoyed every second. The manager was very nice and told about the place and also background of the elephants. This was off-season timing and there were no other groups. Just Lovely!!
Written 15 October 2017
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Mr. Himanshu Sinha
Pune, India1,084 contributions
It's good, But not that good
Jul 2017 • Couples
As we reached here we came to know that there is such place in goa also, because goa is famous for its beaches.

It's a small spice farm not that big.

after reaching here in spice farm they gave us welcome masala tea, after some time the guide there showed us different spices tree and gave us a brief about each and every spices which they are growing.

the guide told us benefits also, after 1 hour of knowing spices he took us to a small shop type of thing which is owned by them only to buy organic spices grown there if we want to.

after that it's time for lunch, lunch is not that spicy, it's medium lunch not great quality of ingredients used.

after the lunch we had done elephant ride and conclude our trip.
Written 18 July 2017
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EuropeanDiversity
Cologne, Germany885 contributions
Small spice farm with super interesting guided tour
Feb 2017 • Couples
Our driver had recommended this spice farm on our way from the waterfalls towards Panaji. At first, it felt a bit badly organized as it was not clear where and when the tour would start. Once kicked off, we were extremely pleased by the competent, personal and lively way in which we were shown many trees and herbs. They also include a lunch buffet with each tour. And of course you can buy souvenirs…
Written 4 June 2017
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shvkmr
Bangalore25 contributions
Nice explanation
Nov 2016
They have a variety of spices growing in the farm and the explanation provided by the guide was very good. They have a lunch which comes along with the package tour but that was nothing to write about.
Written 26 April 2017
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Poorna V
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India84 contributions
Not a Must See but Can Give it a Try
Mar 2017 • Friends
It's near dudhsagar. We were greeted with a small garland and sindhur. We were given a small shot of cashew fenny which is very sour in taste and provided with buffet lunch. Few Goan dishes were tasty but other were blah :(
After the lunch, we were taken on a tour of 1km where they have shown us the actual plants of different spices. Ok it's like some educational tour.
Not a much see attraction but if you are interested to know how the actual plants of different spices would look like, then you can visit it once.
Written 1 April 2017
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