Kolukkumalai Jeep safari & Tea tour of Orthodox Tea Factory

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Rs. 1350/- each, for above 2 Pax

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All about the Kolukkumalai Jeep safari & Tea tour of Orthodox Tea Factory.

“The highest tea growing estate in the World”

   British built heritage factory from 1935

Kolukkumalai is a small tea plantation village near Munnar. It is renowned as one of the highest tea plantations in the world. Also, the tea grown in this region is supposed to have the best flavour because of the high altitude. After visiting this amazing plantation, you will get a chance to see the processing of tea in one of the tea factories. This is the perfect opportunity for you to learn more about the work that goes into tea manufacturing. The next time you sip a cup of tea, you will be able to remember this beautiful experience.

Starting and ending point: Suryanelli

Duration:  Full day tour

Rs. 5500/- for 2 Pax (including jeep) + gst

Rs. 1350/- each, for above 2 Pax

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Entrance fees
  • Jeep cost
  • Guide Charges
  • water
  • fruits
  • refreshments and packed lunch (full day).
  1. Day1 Program

    After breakfast drive of 25 km through the beautiful valleys of tea plantations and Lock hart gap, to reach village of Suryanelli. From here we board jeep to travel through jeep abled, rugged road to the World’s highest organic tea growing estate. It is situated in the eastern slope of Western Ghats which makes the tea very special. We can enjoy the spectacular scenic views of Tamil Nadu and Meesapulimala the second highest peak in S. India, etc.(depends on whether condition), From there we will drive or walk little further to  the tea factory for tea tour. After the factory visit we will have the picnic lunch and head back. We can also experience the spectacular country side and the rural Tamil people who are working in the tea plantations.