On reaching the spice plantation John will guide your way over the river way by bridge or by boat depending on season. At the entrance of most spice farms, you will be given a warm Goan Traditional welcome and offered a refreshing herbal drink. During the day, you can see the men scramble on the Betel Nut trees, over a hundred feet above the ground, swaying from tree to tree and collecting ingredients for mixes and spices. Afternoon lunch is served mostly in an open air environment on hygienic & green banana leaves which are organic, beautiful and natural to dispose off to. The adventurous few are offered jungle juice which is eighter the local brew called feni or urak.
At Spice plantations in Goa inhale in the fragrances of fresh spices. The Western Ghats in Goa are ideally suited for growing Indian spices. The rich red soil of Goa and the tropical climate are favorable for spice plantations to flourish. Nutmeg, chillies, betel nut, cashew – see all this and more on tour to Spice Plantations.
It’s a much sought after activity that offers a thrilling adventure and will add a most memorable experience to your holiday. Sports fishing can be both challenging and rewarding, and its great fun to explore the coast, visit unknown territories and enjoy the countless treasures of the sea.
Johns Boat Tours promotes In-Shore fishing as it is more safer and also it is closer to the coastline of Goa so one can relax and soak in the beauty of the green Goan coastline on the horizon.