One Day Kiambethu Tea Farm From Nairobi
Did you know that Kenya is the second-largest producer of black tea? Its full-bodied flavor, aroma, and recognizable amber colour convinced and took over many taste buds since early 1900 when tea plants were introduced to Kenya. Today, Kenyan tea is one of the top foreign exchange earners, and it’s found in almost all Indian and breakfast tea blends.
A visit to the plantation is almost a must for all tea connoisseurs.
This day’s escape offers a complete opposite from the busy Nairobi. Only some 30 kilometers from the city you’ll enter a world of serenity, tranquility, and green beauty, bursting of colourful birdlife, vivid colobus monkeys swinging around, fortified by a fragrant cup of hot tea.
You’ll learn all about tea, have some and more, take a stroll in the forest, where you’ll get to know some more about vegetation, and enjoy a delicious buffet lunch.