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One of our highlights from our trip to the Seychelles. We loved every minute exploring and learning about the different spices, medicinal plants, fruits and endemic coco der mer. We even saw cotton flowers for the first time. Lovely 5 Stars
We visited with 2 small kids - who weren’t terribly interested to be honest! Prams are not possible so be prepared to carry little ones.
The gardens were beautiful and interesting with great views down to the ocean.
There is a small cafe - we...More
We've been to the Seychelles a few times, and every time we make sure to come to Jardin du Roi. To me it feels like the real Seychelles, away from the artificial glamour of the resorts.
The old colonial architecture is simple and charming. The...More
Just a couple of kilometers into the hills from Anse Royal is the Le Jardin Du Roi Spice Garden which challenges the Botanic Gardens for variety and interest. Set in about 80 acres of land, you could spend the entire day here. It even has...More
The spice garden “Les jardins du Roi” is located at about two kilometers up in the hills above Anse Royale. The garden is beautiful as in it very nice plants are grown, such as vanilla, cinnamon, citronella, nutmeg, clove, cacao and others. Wandering in the...More
different type of spice trees are here..the host welcomed us by refreshing juice of lemon grass..a souvenir shop is in the entrance, which was closed as we visited the place at 5.00 pm...not like the other big spice gardens in Sri Lanka & India..but overall...More
The Spice Garden was not as enchanting as the ones we've seen in Kerala. While yes there were nice spices, but we found the tours not as informative and would have loved to get more info on how the spices are grown and cultivated.