Tea plantation visit

It is believed by historians that the first tea bushes in Nepal were grown from seeds which were given as a gift by the Chinese Emperor to the then Prime Minister of Nepal, Jung Bahadur Rana.Around 1863, within a time span of 10 years after the first tea plantation was set up in Darjeeling, hybrids of tea bushes were brought, and the Nepal’s first tea plantation, Ilam Tea Estate was set up in Ilam district, at an altitude of 4,500-5,000 feet above the sea level. Now Orthodox tea is grown in the hills of 6 districts in eastern Nepal, i.e. Illam, Panchthar, Dhankuta, Terathum and new areas of Sindhupalchok and Kaski.Visit to tea plantation is worth seeing, both for your eyes and soul.

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