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Tea tourism is a growing trend in many tea-producing countries around the world. It offers visitors the opportunity to experience the culture and tradition of tea production, as well as the natural beauty of tea-growing regions. Nepal, with its unique geography and diverse tea production, has the potential to become a leading destination for tea tourism. With several distinct regions producing different types of tea. The major tea-growing regions in Nepal are Illam , fidim, Dhankuta and Jhapa in eastern region and with small tea estates in central and western regions of Nepal. The lower altitude regions in Illam and Jhapa produce mostly black tea and CTC tea.
The Hilly regions of Illam and dhankuta are more popular for big tea estates that produce orthodox teas mostly european style cut Black teas and medium green teas. Higher altitude tea gardens of Illam , Phdim and Taplejung and the Tea estates of Kaski mostly produce specialty teas Like Silver and Golden types and Olong and specialty green teas. Therefore there are several tea estates and tea houses specialized in producing and serving Different types of teas in Nepal so can offer visitors the opportunity to learn about different types of teas and their production and sample different types of teas. There is a huge potential for tea tourism in Nepal, attracting visitors from around the world to experience the country’s unique tea culture and natural beauty. With a range of tea-growing regions, diverse tea production, and stunning landscapes, Nepal has much to offer tea tourists.