It was pretty interesting to see all of the spices that I commonly use in their original form. The tour guide also informed us of the use fo herbs and spices for natural remedies.
We have been twice. The first time about 6 years ago, when the young guide described the medicinal properties of all the spices - almost all were the perfect solution to what might be categorised as ailments of the female anatomy! This year's guide recommended all sorts of things to cure sore throats, colds and gentlemen's problems! You pays your... More
We just turned up out of the blue, but we had a 1 on 1 guide around the various interesting plants, and what they could be used for cooking and medicinal purposes. Fairly priced for the amount of knowledge you get. Didn't seem hurried.
We arrived when two school parties were there. No one attended to us for a long time - staff were all busy. We had a quick walk around the gardens ourselves and tried to pick up what the children were being told, but couldn't wait in the heat any longer for a guided tour. Eventually the shop was opened to... More
An ok experience but a pain to get to alone. The garden is nice but the tour was uninspired and rushed. It was along the lines of "this is lemon grass it can be used in Thai cooking and made into tea for an upset stomach ." I get it that you are giving a tour for the umpteenth time... More
On our island tour, we spent an hour on at Laura's on an easy stroll and tour around the farm. The guide was informative and offered many samples of herbs, fruits and spices. It was very low key on walking paths and very enjoyable. There was a simple shop where we bought spices to go. Definitely a worthwhile stop on... More
We were the only two people on the tour so we got the tour guide's attention to ourselves. You get to see, try and learn about so many different fruits, spices and herbs. We even got a cocoa pod, tamarind and a guava to take with us. There were hundreds of mangoes on the trees too but all raw. Well... More
On my trip to Grenada, I came across Laura's Herb and Spice garden whilst I was driving around. This garden has apparently been developed in order to give people jobs. Now I don't normally do gardens, but since we eventually got there, I decided to give it a go. (The signage to the location is of Grenadian standard). We were... More
The drive was fairly easy considering the crazy roads and the garden's guide, while bored with her spiel, was very informative. Lots of unusual plants.
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