Rustic Plantation: is situated on the extreme North-East of Goa at Dongurli village, Thane, Valpoi, Sattari. The Plantation is a rejuvenating experience of a lifetime. Nestled in a vallery amidst verdant mountains with grossy expanses, lush green fruit bearing trees and gurling rivulets, Rustic Plantation is the gateway one looks for.
Pascoal Spice Village:
is located near the village of Khandepar, 8 kms northeast of Ponda National Highway (NH) 4A. the lower end of the property is bounded by tributary of the Mandovi River and rises in elevation towards the hills of the interior.
Spices are the indispensable ingredients of Goa’s well known “chillie hot cussine”. They are still grown in Goa on large income plantations along with other income producing crops of areca nuts, cashew nuts, coconuts, tropical fruit, etc. These plantations have manage to combine spices and tourism in a unique and favourable way one of the first plantations to realize this potential was Pascoal Spice Village.
This idyllic screnc setting coupled with a wide variety of spice plants and cash crops is interspersed with a restaurant, cottages, open-air party half, boating, nursery, a wide variety of flowering plants, shrubs, fountains and farm animals.
The spices grown and sold here are Black Pepper, Netmeg, Mace. Cinnamon Cardamom, Turmeric, Ginger and All Spice. Tel: 344268, 344119
Savoi Plantation Spice of Life: is located at Savoi Ponda, 25 kms from Panaji and 15 kms from Ponda. Oldest tropical plantation with intercrops. One can see the rural setting of interior Goan Traditional methods of Organic Farming . Crops like Coconuts, Betel nuts, pineapples, spices and many more. A walk in the plantation with local person briefing you about the nature (crops, roots, herbs). Experience the typical Goan Hindu Cuisine served in Mud Pots with Banana Leaf. On the way to Savoi Plantation one can visit Cashewnut Factory, Ananta(Vishnu-the Presever of Universe)Temple party in water.