Tea Tourism Revisited
By William I. Lengeman III
I’m pretty sure there are no statistics available on the topic, but I’d be willing to bet that tea tourism doesn’t quite stack up against other types of specialty tourism – at least not yet. To quote one of the authors of a recent article on tea tourism in India, as mentioned below, “It’s not a particularly well-organized pocket of the industry, but more tea estates, also called gardens, are opening their properties to guests interested not only in their product and how it comes to be, but in the unique world of tea planters, the ‘burra sahibs,’ and their domain.”
For some previous articles on the topic at this site take a look at our Esteemed Editor’s take on being a...