They have a traditional Indian welcome and in the beginning what was served to us was the lemon grass-cardamom-ginger tea with some cashew nuts. After that a guided tour of about 45 minutes in the spice garden.
The area which they they take around the visitors and tourists is about 5 acres. the rest of the spices are grown in the 25 acres and the visitors are not allowed in this area.
In the garden visitors can have an elephant ride by paying for this but we didn't. After the visit everyone is given a light bath with Ayurvedic herbal water. the water is poured from a coconut shell ladle at a point on the spine on the neck. it really relaxes you along with selling a chill & shiver down your spine. me getting the chills below.
They serve small quantities of cashew feni (alcoholic) and you are supposed to have this before you have your lunch.
The lunch has both options of vegetarian and non vegetarian buffet. the food was very good.