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Immerse yourself in Kenya’s rich tea heritage with a full-day tour to the historic Kiambethu Tea Farm from Nairobi. After a convenient hotel pickup, embark on a scenic drive to Limuru, where the farm is located at an elevation of 7,200 feet. Upon arrival, join a guided walking tour of the plantation, learning about its fascinating history dating back to 1910. Discover the process of tea cultivation, from growing and picking to processing the leaves.
Next, venture into the enchanting indigenous forest alongside a knowledgeable Kenyan guide, who will unveil the traditional uses of various plants and point out wildlife such as the Colobus monkeys. Explore the vibrant gardens, home to diverse bird species and flowers. Retreat to the verandah of the farmhouse for a refreshing drink while enjoying panoramic views of the tea fields and the majestic Ngong Hills.
Savor a delectable three-course buffet lunch, featuring garden-fresh vegetables and desserts adorned with cream sourced from the farm’s own Channel Island cows. Conclude your tea farm experience and return to Nairobi, cherishing the memories of an immersive and educational journey.
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