Located within a convenient distance to COMO Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos, the conch farm is a private-run business with world class conch shells on offer. This trip to the conch farm will likely turn out to be a unique experience, seeing as it is the only conch farm in the world! The farm performs a demonstration featuring Sally and Jelly, two trained male and female conchs. The tour gives you a chance to observe the conch pearls too. You can also consider buying fresh conch. The conchs have turned out to be a popular cuisine in the Caribbean. Plus, you will learn a lot about the conchs at the farm. A gift shop is also located on the premises. You can buy conch shells as a gift to your loved ones back home. The conches are available as a salad ingredient, conch fritter and cracked conch. If you did not know all the ways in which this large snail could be savoured, you will after this visit. Book one of the luxury resorts in the Caribbean, so that you can spend a few minutes at the farm at leisure.
Things are arranged neatly in the farm. And it won’t take long to reach the farm if you are in the Caribbean. Apart from the conchs, you can see other schools of fish too in the tanks. Before you begin your tour, the farm will offer you a brief presentation about the creatures about their nature and how they grow, in addition to a brief idea about the technology used at the farm and how it functions. The presentation will take about six minutes and is done in the visitor’s area. A guide will be there throughout your tour to explain anything you want to know. You will be taken to reservoirs where a large variety of conchs live. Among the conchs, you will get to see little ones as well as big ones. You can even touch the small ones. You should not miss this experience, especially if you are travelling with family. If your child is fond of water and marine creatures, then you will be giving them an unforgettable gift.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+