Tea Estate Trails and Colonial Tea Estate Bungalow living in Sri Lanka

The story of tea in Sri Lanka starts with the Scottish planter James Taylor in 1866 in “Loolecondara” estate in Galaha. Visiting & spending time in tea estates with your family friends will certainly bring nostalgic memories of your ancestor who lived here. There are few tea factories in this area will be happy to have visitors, you can see how tea is made from fermentation, curling, drying, sieving, to grading and packaging, some might even give you a tea tasting opportunity too.

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