Tropical Spice Plantation, Goa, a Photo Essay

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29 Responses

  1. endah says:

    Interesting!

  2. Beautiful post. Nice pics.

  3. Niranjan says:

    Lovely captures. Looks lush green and beautiful in the rains.

  4. Nice piece of information. I visited spice garden in Kerala two years back. It is always wonderful to visit such plantations.

  5. Yogi Saraswat says:

    We got to see Black pepper, Cinnamon, Cardamom both black and green variety, Nutmeg, a kind of fruit whose every part is used, Vanilla creepers, Cloves, Chilies, at Tropical Spice Plantation. can everyone go there or some permits are required ? Nobody think beyond Beeches in Goa . I want to visit these plants and farms of spices . Pl.write detail in next post , how to reach there , where these plants are . Thnx Indrani ji for a very different post ! I would love to be there as soon as possible.

    • Indrani Ghose says:

      Thank you for the very observant comment. I have added info of reaching the place in the post. Hope this will be helpful. Thank you Yogi ji!

  6. Other unseen part of Goa.

  7. A diff perspective of Goa synonymous with beaches! Loved the feni brew…heard that there are two types – cashew feni andtoddy feni!

  8. Goa is much more than its beaches. If one spends time to explore then Goa won’t disappoint. How big was this plantation?

    • Indrani Ghose says:

      The part of their plantation that they showed took around 20 minutes to tour. So not a huge area there, but they do have larger area of plantation I was told which is not open to tourists.

  9. Sunaina says:

    Such beautiful pics……!

  10. Ami says:

    Awesome …This was such a refreshing tour and thankfully the Rain Gods took some rest for us to tour it. 🙂 Lovely pics

  11. I miss Lemongrass as they dont have it here. I always make some tea out of it when I feel under the weather.

    Lovely photos. Everything looks so fresh and green! #photofriday

  12. Lovely pictures! I had visited a spice plantation on a visit to Goa several years back and it was beautiful! I remember how much fun it was to see where we get our spices from…

  13. Rutavi says:

    Sucha lovely post for the tour. I have always loved spice tour. When I lived in Kerala I always when it locals. Loved the bamboo stems.

    Btw check this Munnar post!

  14. Seems like an interesting place and beautiful pics

  15. I would love to visit the beaches of Goa but also this fabulous Spice Plantation. It would be very interesting.

  16. Prasad Np says:

    A visit to spice farm is such a wonderful experience, many people are not aware of this side of Goa…

  17. Very interesting post ,especially for a plant lover like me ,I had seen something similar in munnar

  18. I have never explored the other side of Goa … a visit to spice farm is such an interesting experience

  19. Very interesting; thanks for sharing:)

  20. As a foodie this is just my type of place to visit. I find learning about how spices and herbs are cultivated and grow and in particular how to use them just fascinating, now if only I could cook as well with them as they do I would be happy.

  21. Brianna says:

    This is an awesome alernative of something to do in Goa. It must have smelled absolutely wonderful there! I would definitely make a visit to the tropical spice plantation!

  22. Really interesting, I too only thought Goa had beautiful beaches! But those plantations look like a great place to visit! Love how you’ve put a map in there too! I will be using this post when I visit Goa! Thanks for sharing, very informative!

  23. Carmy says:

    I think I recognized 0 of the plants! I never thought of plantations with Goa. I love all the spices available! I’d love to visit!

  24. Emily says:

    I am off to goa in a few days and this has made me so excited! I didn’t know much about goa, I just thought it had amazing beaches. I’ll be sure to check out the other things you mentioned!

  25. Brian says:

    Looks like a fun road trip! I never heard of Goa before I started blogging. Hopefully I’ll be going to India next year!

  26. wow! This is seriously amazing! We would love an experience like this! I had no idea you could travel to place like that in Goa. Quite interesting!

  27. Michelle says:

    Oh yes! I knew there was more to Goa than retreats or the beach. I love love ❤️ tropical gardens. Bookmarking this for when I head back to India again.