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We were recommended by our driver ( whose mother is a tea leaf picker)who we have for the week.its a working tea factory,our guide explained the process involved from tree to teacup and we found it fascinating.We both enjoy working factory experiences and the guide...More
Was super excited to see a tea factory but the guide we had was HORRENDOUS.
First we had to stand and wait for 20 minutes for a guide. They gave us one guide who walked away two minutes later with no word. They put us...More
We visited the tea factory in August. The whole tour in my opinion was rushed , we didn't get any time to ask the guide any questions about the tea making process. We were hurriedly rushed outside to try the tea which was nice (thinking...More
Having spent 4 days in the beautiful Ella and Nuwara Eliya areas we were disappointed by this factory tour. Short and non motivational followed by pressure to buy what we discovered later was “expensive” tea.
The lady showing us around was nice, and the factory itself is cool. The tour is free, but the tour itself lasts maybe 10 minutes, afterwards they rush you to the shop where they walk after you like hawks pressuring you to buy something. There...More
The tour of the tea factory was very interesting with incredible smells. Refreshingly, we weren’t pestered or rushed into the shop at the end as one usually is at the end of such tours. Even so, the shop was very busy as the prices are...More
Not only are the views breathtakingly beautiful, but the tea served here was delicious!
Our guide took us around the factory and allowed us time to peruse before moving on to the next section. Our guide spoke excellent English and answered any questions we had....More
Close look at how world most popular drink is made from Leaf to cup
Amazing view of tea mountains
Free tea served for guest
Average cold cosy climate ,
Has tea shop even with outlet of noritake
Gift shop for taking back home some pure...More
Of all the tea estates to visit do not choose this one. Our driver insisted we come here because it is one of the estates that is 100% Sri Lankan owned. Whilst I wanted to support local business the way we were treated here was...More