Enjoy a meal with a panoramic view of the sea at Le Jardin Du Roi Spice Garden, a lush hilltop garden and restaurant. The garden cultivates a wide variety of spices, including vanilla, citronella, and nutmeg, as well as endemic plants--all of which feature in meals served at the establishment. Learn about the plants' cultivation and use, and visit the small museum testifying to the island's vibrant spice trade in the past. Shop for some spices, homemade jams, and marmalade, and stop in the yard to see the pet tortoises. Arrange to visit Le Jardin Du Roi Spice Garden and other attractions in Mahe Island using our Mahe Island trip itinerary planning app .
Le Jardin Du Roi Spice Garden Reviews
On y passe un super moment. Les parcours sont riches et bien documentés. On se régale de découvertes et pour les amateurs de photos c'est royal. Faune et flore sont au rendez-vous ! Un bel endroit à v... more »We're having a great time there. The courses are rich and well documented. We feast on discoveries and for photo lovers it's royal. Fauna and flora are at the rendezvous! A beautiful place to visit!
Comme les avis précédents (plus après coup malheureusement...) je signale un accès très compliqué, un personnel pas souriant du tout et surtout une grosse arnaque : 215 roupies la crêpe suzette ( très... more »As the previous reviews (more after the fact unfortunately ...) I report a very complicated access, a staff not smiling at all and especially a big scam: 215 rupees the pancake suzette (very good anyway), with taxes 25% it makes the 19 euros the pancake ... unheard of! The garden (110 rupees the entrance I think) when to him is nice but the course is poorly arrowed and the posters turned by the sun are unreadable. The poor turtles were parting in a big mud... Sad. For those who wish to make the forest trail, be careful it is steep and slippery. Plan the shoes. We haven't seen a lot of flowers but I don't think it's the season. The visit of the house is uninteresting, only the architecture of the building is pretty. In short, a visit that could have been nice without all these inconveniences and the feeling of being mistaken for a leaf holder on legs.
Fantastic tropical garden. Very similar to the Eden project in Cornwall UK, but in a natural environment rather then under a biome. Highly recommended but try to avoid mid day heat as there is a lot of walking up and down the garden
Up a steep hill (becareful in a small rental car ). Has a beautiful flower garden. Think it was a poke stop too, lol. Worth going to if you are in the Seychelles.
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