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Mesmerising tea hills surrounding Adam’s Peak.

In Hatton the air is clean, fresh and ripe for peddling or walking around the spectacular surrounding hill country landscape. See workers in the tea fields and sample the fruits of their labor on a visit to a local tea factory. Hatton has beautiful tea-clad landscapes for you to marvel at from atop a hill or to admire as you pass serenely through on foot or by bike. Stay in a planter’s bungalow and get a taste of the island’s British colonial past, or trek up nearby Adam’s Peak at night in time to witness one of the most beautiful sunrises in all of Asia

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Fun Facts

  • James Taylor, a Scotsman, introduced tea to Sri Lanka in 1867, having learnt about growing the plant in India the previous year.

Experiences & Things to Do at Hatton

A visit to a tea factory in the tea country - Hatton -  Sri Lanka In Style
A visit to a tea factory in the tea country

From your Tea Trails bungalow, cycle around the lake before heading to Laxapana waterfalls. After a swim, settle down to a picnic lunch.

A visit to the Norwood tea factory - Hatton -  Sri Lanka In Style
A visit to the Norwood tea factory

Meet your guide, a tea planter who is well-versed in English, who’ll take you out to the estate and then to the factory.

Adam’s Peak climb - Hatton -  Sri Lanka In Style
Adam’s Peak climb

Begin the strenuous ascent in the middle of the night and reach the top in time for one of the most spectacular sunrises in Asia.

Tea Trails experience: cycling - Hatton -  Sri Lanka In Style
Tea Trails experience: cycling

From your Tea Trails bungalow, cycle around the lake before heading to Laxapana waterfalls. After a swim, settle down to a picnic lunch.

Tea Trails experience: tea factory with a resident planter - Hatton -  Sri Lanka In Style
Tea Trails experience: tea factory with a resident planter

You’ll visit a factory with your host, and learn about the whole processing procedure and how different types of teas are created.

The Rothchild’s tea factory – Pussellawa - Hatton -  Sri Lanka In Style
The Rothchild’s tea factory – Pussellawa


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