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22 November 2022
History of Ceylon Tea
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16th June 2017
Suitcase Magazine explores the Hill Country
Tue, 13 June 2017 THE LEOPARD THAT CAME TO TEA: EXPLORING SRI LANKA’S HILL COUNTRY Words by CONTRIBUTOR : EMMA BOYLE Photos by ALICE LUKER This article appears in SUITCASE Volume 19: The Wild Issue. Leopards have developed a taste...
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9th June 2017
Echoes of the past
The Scots are a tremendously mobile and resourceful people. Over the last couple of centuries these resourceful people took their talents in engineering, mining and tea and coffee growing to the ends of the earth and were instrumental...
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7th June 2017
History and Heritage at Ceylon Tea Trails
Most of us know the history of Sri Lanka. How it was visited by both The Buddha & Marco Polo, colonized first by the Portuguese, then by the Dutch and finally the English who named the island Ceylon. How coffee was the staple crop until...
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26th April 2017
A Walk on The Wild Side…
I’m pretty sure Lou Reed didn’t have the kind of wildlife in mind that I saw on my stay at Tea Trails when he released his iconic song on his album “Transformer” back in ‘72. Moving swiftly on though, one of the things that drew me to...
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1st October 2016
Tea Trails launches pioneering leopard conservation centre
Sri Lanka’s first tea resort partners with The Wilderness and Wildlife Conservation Trust to introduce first-of-its kind conservation research and Tea Trails nature tours Oct 2016 – Budding naturalists and wildlife enthusiasts can...
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