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Story by Gudakesa Bhattacharya

 Rated : 4.0

I liked spice plantation tour at Candolim more than the jungle safari, actually jungle safari was a bit tiring experience where we had to travel and discover the jungle so I did not enjoyed much there, however the spice plantation tour on the elephant ride was a comfortable discovery for me. I loved the place !!

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Story by Satyen Chattopadhyay

 Rated : 4.0

Had a really good time In Goa, Thanks to the tour, my wife was very happy to visit the spice plantation, she liked it and my kids also enjoyed the it. For me it was dudhsagar waterfall, i would recommend everyone to visit that place once.

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Story by Kumuda Patel

 Rated : 4.0

it was a wonderful adventure experience for me and my friends. the incredible waterfal where you atcually think milk is flowing and the spice trip was so good. its was a brilliant time at the waterfall. the best part of my this goa trip.

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Story by Yoginder Gupta

 Rated : 5.0

Who would have taught a jungle in Goa would make our holiday all the more fun and spicy? this was truly a fun and exciting experience for all of us!

Story by Abraham Jefferson

 Rated : 5.0


"I was the only one who was tagged along with a Russian tourist I got into the van I was like wow....I'm the odd one out...anyways,the tour guide,Irena was very considerate to explain me the places in English...we visited the old goa churches and after tat we hit the glorious dudhsagar was just spectacular view and a cooling swim,and the ride to it was just bumpy and crossing the streams were adventurous,not a everyday thing u do....returning back was the long ride back to our lunch,which was held at the spice plantation,to my expectations it's was just less than a 20min. tour seemed to be held at the back yard rather than being taken through the large field of I guess the tour title should have more of spice garden than of plantation(or maybe I expected too much out the word \"plantations\"... lol)...moving on,it was all in all a memorable trip...I advise everyone who's travelling alone to take it....and finally to the tour organisers,kindly enquire prior the preferential language of communication,than just tagging anyone with a foreign group...I was cool enough to consider it as a new experience,others might not feel the same....Hey,to my surprise I also made some interesting conversation with Russian tourist,you'll never know wat life brings to Ur experience as go exploring the world."

Story by Kamala Saini

 Rated : 4.0

Everytime I go Goa it gives me something new, I just love the place!! Goa is full of tourists places really, it was my fifth trip to Goa and this this I was having this amazing adventurous fun called Jungle safari and spice plantation tour, Like all other places of Goa this is also a unique place in itself and offers completely different things to you. Jungle safari was a great fun, where we went out to explore the jungle , though we had a very good guide with us but we were exploring the jungle by ourself, it is not hard actually. Spice plantation was yet another adventure for me where I got to see hundreds of spices being grown at a single place, the guide told all about that spices there. We had started with the visit to the waterfall with a jeep ride experience through the jungle and the bumpy riverbed. I loved the site!!

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Story by Vasundhara Asan

 Rated : 4.0

We were staying at a Hotel in North Goa and I must appreciate the hospitality of the hotels, we got a pick up from the hotel itself and at first we went for our jungle safari and waterfall adventure. i love dudhsagar waterfall, what a beautiful place in india! never taught goa can be so beautiful without beach too.

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Story by Marut Gill

 Rated : 4.0

Jungle safari was a really a nice fun, We were a group of five friends, and enjoyed it very much. It was a moderate jungle and there were many other groups also were having this fun, we clicked some awesome snaps there, the best part is the drive and the end destination. dudhsagar waterfall what a amazing place that was.Later, we headed towards the spice plantation tour, except the spice plantations there were nothing else to see but still the place is worth visiting.

Story by Niro Mukhopadhyay

 Rated : 4.0

I think it was the second spice plantation I had visited, but it was unique and very well designed, spread over a large area, the local guide told all about the types of spices grown out there. also the waterfal visit was really good. i had always heard about this waterfall but never visited, and it was really beautiful set in the forest and the size and flow just made my day.Being a plant lover I was enjoying the spice village, would love to go there again.

Story by Som Kapoor

 Rated : 4.0

Wow! It was a complete package for me. Sight seeing and the jungle discovery was a great fun. We also encountered dudh sagar waterfall, the ole temple and the old Goa Church in our way. I loved the elephant ride when we were visiting the spice plantaion. overall a really good deal for one day to spend in Goa. i will suggest people to stay close to dudhsagar if anyone is planning.

Story by Gopi Achari

 Rated : 4.0

We saw Dudhsagar waterfalls which was splendid and had a great time with my wife and friends., Jeep Safari to the waterfall was really cool, it went through the dense forest and the path itself was so adventourous. Elephants safari and Spice Plantation trip was well organised Old Goa Church was a good inclusion on our way, and I was an amazing feeling to experience this for the first time.

Story by Rajinder Bandopadhyay

 Rated : 4.0

It was fun. Not all of it but most part of it. On our way we visited the Old Goa Church Basilica of Bom Jesus, which surprisingly was very much loved by my daughter. The church still looks beautiful and you can feel the portugese vibes here. overall the trip was really good.

Story by Leela Gill

 Rated : 3.0

Spice plantation visit was really amazing, the auroma of the plantation was just amazing. We discovered the intrinsic spices of Goan and Indian cuisine and enjoyed a lot the elephant ride. Good day!

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Story by Chandramauli Iyer

 Rated : 3.0

This experience was pretty awesome as we got to see something a little different from just beaches in Goa. my Kids liked the elephant safari and the spice trip and also at the same time we enjoyed the beauty of the one of the oldest church of goa! it was a day well spent with family and Dudhsagar was actually beautiful!!

Story by Vrund Malik

 Rated : 3.0

Spice plantation is a very good place , we were welcomed warmly with gardlands and we explored the whole are on a elephant ride. It feels so good to look and discover all spices. We had a very good lunch also.