James Taylor gave birth to the tea industry in Sri Lanka, planting the very first patch of tea in 1867. Today Pure Ceylon Tea is regarded as the finest tea in the world.

Visiting a tea estate will be an unforgettable experience for a visitor to Sri Lanka. There is an oasis of calm and quiet in the middle of a tea estate. Tea estates in Sri Lanka are wonderful places to chill out and breathe in the fresh mountain air while enjoying great views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Tea plucking is an initial step in the tea making process. It is a delicate act that is artfully done by hand in order to eventually produce the finest quality tea. If desired, the visitor can join the tea puckers, collecting unforgettable memories to take back.

The heart behind the tea process is the tea factory. It is a vast building where all the miracles happen to help create the perfect cup of tea.

Amaya Langdale is located overlooking the magnificent valleys of Somerset Tea Plantation. It has a coziness and charm that only a few hotels in Nuwara Eliya have. With large, beautifully-decorated rooms, open spaces and outdoor terraces, it gives guests ample room to relax and truly enjoy their stay.

Langdale also provides guests the opportunity to experience the beauty and culture of Sri Lanka by arranging guided tea tours in Nuwara Eliya . Exploring the tea estate and visiting the tea factory is one way of touching the culture in addition to take in the stunning views.

Yes… Langdale is a perfect place to embrace serenity in addition to being engaged in unique experiences…