The Ginger Route is an interesting historical resource, in the towns of Los Naranjos and Las Galeras, it is where organic ginger is born, and along with it, this interesting ginger route that you cannot miss, you will learn how it can be harvested and produced in your own home to how to use it in different dishes, which you can taste. The tour has basic accommodation to meet the basic needs of those who wish to stay in the area.
The Ginger Route is one of the great unknowns for many of the curious who want to explore the unique beauty of the landscapes of Samaná. Located in the beautiful area of Las Galeras, just 20 minutes by car from your hotel in Samaná in the Dominican Republic, this tour is a highly recommended option to discover a setting rich in vegetation, trails, and farmland.
And not only that, but it is the best cover letter to get to know and savor one of the bases of Samanense cuisine. Ginger, along with coconut, is widely used in Dominican cuisine, and has a wide range of health benefits that we will mention in the next few paragraphs. So get ready to explore unforgettable paths and let yourself be carried away by the intense aroma of one of the most emblematic routes in Samaná.
This tour explores the organic ginger fields around Las Galeras and Playa Rincón. In Samaná, ginger cultivation is carried out through a cooperative that is part of an environmental project that has been carried out in this beautiful peninsula for three years in order to eliminate the use of chemical products in the field. In this way, at the same time that one of the most precious Dominican goods is produced, it helps to preserve the incredible paradise that is this piece of the Dominican Republic.
Ginger has great health benefits, as it is an excellent cholesterol inhibitor, improves the absorption of nutrients, prevents colds and has properties that strengthen the immune system. A very simple recipe to prepare is, for example, ginger tea, one of the healthiest infusions that exists and that is obtained from hot water mixed with pieces of this root and a squeeze of lemon.
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