For the past three decades, our family have been sourcing mangoes across India to create a unique mango orchard
Mango orchard spread across 12.5 acres.
About Mango Museum
Unique Mango Orchard with 200+ varieties of Mangoes
Located just 3 km away from the Gir forest national park in Bhalchhel village, Gujarat, lies a unique mango orchard, offering a visual treat.
Spread across 12.5 acres are thousands of mango trees bearing more than 200 varieties of the fruit from across the country. A visit to the farm will leave you in awe of the vast collection of mangoes the Jhariya family has sourced and preserved over the past three decades.
Today, the Jhariya family has 230 varieties of mangoes grown in their orchard, some of which include Chinna Rasam and Chandrama from South India, and Chaunsa, Langda and Daseri from the North. They also have dwarf mangoes and a seedless variety known as Sindhu-117. There are also other varieties which are native to the USA, Thailand, Australia, Europe and Israel. The farm also has fruit varieties such as Katimon, Bajrang Baramasi, Baramasi Valsad and others that deliver mangoes every three months.