We visited the spice plantation in December and had a really good day. Unlike the "Jungle book" attraction, the spice plantation was a friendly place to visit where the staff could not do enough to help. They even managed to take the payment in a nice way, instead of hassling you for everything!
The guide was very good, and very knowledgeable about the spices, he managed to tell us all about many spices in an enjoyable way. He told us numerous medicinal uses for many spices and we even tried the cashew fenny drink!
An acceptable meal was included in the entrance fee - which was not a huge amount of money - from memory it was about 400 rupee per person.
Where this place excelled with the spice tour, and the elephant wash / splash. This was a lot better than the jungle book attraction's offering od a wash / splash. There was no pressure to have an elephant experience, and at 700 rupee was reasonably priced, the elephants looked happy and appeared to enjoy all the attention. Having had a bad experience at the jungle book elephant attraction a week before, this place was exceptionally good!.
We had a wash / splash without being hurried and were never made to feel as if we should leave! After the wash, they even waited for us to pose with the elephant for a photo!
I would visit this place again!
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