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It was a surprise to find that tea is grown commercially in the Seychelles. You drive past the tea plantation on the way to the factory. Although the refreshment area is currently closed there is a factory tour plus the chance to purchase a range...More
We went there today as it was rainy. It is a small factory with a small museum. We were allowed to watch the packaging of the tea bags. They also have a small shop to buy their products for rather cheap price. Last not least...More
The place is closed for renovations, so there is nothing to see there now. however if you park there and go up the road for about 200 meters, you can hike Morne Blanc, which is one of the summits of the national park. 45 min...More
Do not go there if you don’t hire a car in bad weather or on a rainy day.
It’s in the middle of nowhere!!!!
You can take the 14th bus from the bus station, but after half an hour travelling on very steep and wild...More
The tea factory was interesting to see but don't run out of your way to visit if you don't have time or are thinking of doing something else instead. The admission was cheap but takes about ten minutes to walk through everything. You are also...More
Just a few minutes drive from the Mission Lodge. Unfortunately the tea factory is closed till the end of May. We hung around the area though which was worth it due to the pretty views and serenity of surrounding nature.
We drove down the very winding road after a visit to the Mission Lodge lookout. Feeling a little jittery from holding on tightly as we edged along, we were looking forward to a visit to the Tea Factory. However, it is closed for the next...More
According to Google the factory is open and the gates are open as well. You can hear the people talking inside but nobody answers when you call. According to the neighbors the Tea factory is closed for a couple of months. Would have loved to...More
Only open from Monday to Friday to tour the tea factory. The garden is open at weekends so you can see the views from the garden. The factory, however, is closed.
Offers simple local tea in orange, mint ,lemon, vanilla and cinnamon flavours
Response from Eric-S_USA | Reviewed this property |
No reservation needed for the tour. I was there in May. Tour is self guided. Not much to see. I would skip the tour. They do sell tea which is very good. The view of the coastline alone is worth the stop.