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Very outdated factory. Even the machines are dated. Tour guide Spoke broken English. Free tour of how tea is made. Worth a visit if you are passing by but don’t go out if your way to see it. The teas smell quite good. We tasted...More
This place is 40 minutes out of Kandy. The tour was free. English speaking local guide took us on tour through factory and explained all process from picking to packing. We finished with a tasting and they were not pushy but of course wanted you...More
Although the place was very organised , the tour could be more interesting. The free tasting is only for black tea.... The staff at the shop and tea tasting place did not seem to know much about teas and could not make the lift working......More
As big tea drinkers in England it was great to see the process from picking to packing. Old building brought the process to life and our guide was very informative. Nice cup of free tea at the end of the tour and no pressure to...More
We were shown tea plants growing as well as black pepper trees & they explained the process of picking the tea leaves, we were then taken around the factory & learnt the process of making different types & grades of tea, we then had a...More
A stop on our bus tour and convenient as close to our Kandy stop. Tour started upstairs in main factory when the guide started the education process - drying. Next we headed downstairs to the other processing - crushing, sorting, classing, drying, bagging.
This place is also known as Geragama Tea factory. The tour lasted about 30 - 45 minutes and included a cup of tea at the end. The tour was very informative as we were taken through the various stages of producing tea. The tea plantations...More
Not having enough time to visit tea plantations of Nuwara Eliya, we had to settle for Geragama Tea Factory, about 30 mins from Kandy. It seems that the factory owners are aware of this and in fact capitalise on tourists who are time-poor but resource-rich......More