China Tea Tours

On the journey of tea discovery in China, you can not only follow the tea farmers to the neat tea mountains to pick tea, and make tea, but also use tea to make food; you can also follow the old tea man to the forest to find ancient tea trees. Set up a stove in the wild to make tea and drink.

Best Chinese tea travel packages

If you are looking for the ultimate Chinese tea travel package that includes visits to the best tea destinations such as Zhangjiajie, HuangshanHangzhou, Fujian, and Yunnan, along with an expertly crafted itinerary that allows you to experience the diverse tea cultures and customs of China, luxurious accommodations in top-rated hotels, fine dining experiences featuring regional cuisine, private guided tours led by knowledgeable tea experts, quality transportation in a comfortable vehicle, and personalized attention and service throughout your journey, then look no further than our all-inclusive Chinese tea travel package.

A Tea Journey to East China & Zhangjiajie

East China & Zhangjiajie

12 Days Shanghai - Suzhou - Hangzhou - Zhangjiajie


A Tea Journey to Chinese Coastal Cities

Coastal Tea

13 Days Hong Kong - Xiamen - Wuyishan - Hangzhou - Shanghai


A Tea Journey to Southwest China

Southwest China

14 Days Chengdu - Xishuangbanna - Pu'er - Kunming - Guilin - Longsheng - Yangshuo - Hong Kong


A Tea Journey to South China

Southern China

22 Days Shanghai - Hangzhou - Huangshan - Wuyishan - Xiamen - Kunming - Pu'er - Xishuangbanna - Chengdu


Top activities in the Tea destinations in China

Some of the top activities to experience in China's tea destinations include visiting tea plantations and learning about tea cultivation, processing and brewing techniques from local tea masters, attending tea ceremonies and tastings to savor different varieties of tea, exploring the history and culture of tea through visits to tea museums and ancient tea houses, and taking scenic walks through tea fields and surrounding landscapes to fully immerse oneself in the serene and tranquil atmosphere of these regions.


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Frequently Asked Questions About Tea Tours

There are green tea, black tea, Oolong tea, White tea, yellow tea, dark tea in China. Pu’er is a kind of dark tea, but can be divided into one category due to its characteristic.
Drinking tea is a popular form of communication for Chinese people and good for health.
Tea helps quench thirst, stimulate the appetite and aid digestion.
Hangzhou-West Lake Longjing Tea; Huangshan-Maofeng tea, Suzhou-Dongting Lake Biluochun; Quanzhou-Anxi Tieguanyin; Henan-Xinyang Maojian tea; and Xishuangbannan-Pu’er.
Yes tea leaves can be used to make Dragon Well Tea Shrimp, Tea Egg and beef with tea aroma etc.
You can pick tea leaves in the tea plantation, stir-dry tea leaves, enjoy tea ceremony, make dishes with tea and visit tea museum and so on.
Strong tea contains a lot of caffeine, which will stimulate the nerve, like coffee. This is the reason that it causes insomnia.
Green tea is quite good for office workers as it helps improve eyesight and has some effect of protecting from computer radiation.
Fujian Province is a multi-tea producing area, with a tea history and tea culture of more than a thousand years. It is the birthplace of oolong tea, green tea, black tea, and white tea; hometown of oolong tea and white tea. Wuyiyan tea, Dahongpao, Tieguanyin, Baihao Yinzhen, Gongfu black tea are famous at home and abroad, and Fujian tea occupies an extremely important position in the world.


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