This Hidden Gem In Goa Has A Stream To Play With Elephants

by Shreya Ghosh
This Hidden Gem In Goa Has A Stream To Play With Elephants

Goa is so much more than just beaches and lively parties. This small state has so much left to explore by the travellers in every part. There are tons of offbeat destinations in Goa that will leave you mesmerised and amazed. One such destination is ‘Sahakari Spice Farm’ which has everything in one place. From waterfall to forests to elephants, this dense plantation in Goa is surely worth travelling to.

All You Need To Know About This Dense Plantation In Goa

Nestle in Ponda, South Goa, Sahakari Spice Farm is a massive spice plantation farm crossing over 113 acres of land. This place has so much to offer that you cannot even imagine. With tons of activities to explore, this plantation in Goa is a great place to explore if you are visiting Goa during the monsoon season. This spice farm grows fruits, flowers, cashew plants, spices, herbs, and so much more organically and it is surely a treat to the eyes.

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Activities To Explore In Sahakari Spice farm:

This place is just perfect for a fun and entertaining day ahead as there are so many activities and new things to learn and explore.

  • Have you ever thought of playing with an elephant? If yes, then you need to come here soon. This dense plantation in Goa is the only destination in the state where you can play with elephants and give them a nice bath.
  • At a distance of only 500m, you get to explore a waterfall as well.
  • You can take a tour of the massive spice farm to know more about the rich plantations. Knowing about the stories of spices and ingredients that we eat daily is a great feeling.
  • This place also offers the yummiest authentic and local Goan food to visitors.

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When To Arrive Here?

The farm is open to all from 9 am to 4:30 pm 7 days a week. The price of the ticket to enter here is 400. If you want to explore the place at its best, then the monsoon months are the most appropriate.