SeyTé Tea Factory on Mahe
SeyTé Tea Factory
The tea factory, which was established in 1962, is dedicated to the cultivation and manufacture of tea in Seychelles. You may get a fantastic panoramic view of Mahé’s western slopes from there, making it one of the most attractive vistas on the island.
The Seyte tea factory is located in the western Mahe district, three kilometers from Port Glaud, amid the cold mountain air of Morne Blanc. This is a fully operational tea factory in the Morne Seychellois National Park that produces the majority of the tea eaten in Seychelles. The magnificent tea factory is situated in a beautiful setting, and visitors may enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of Mahe’s slopes from here.
A visit to the SeyTe tea factory allows you to take in the invigorating and refreshing mountain air while ascending up the tea plantation terraces, providing for a very memorable experience. You can watch the tea leaf move through each stage before it reaches the cup, in addition to getting a great view of the region. Purchase one of the many various flavors of aromatic teas available as a souvenir or a gift for a loved one on the way back.
Tea Factory provides free guided tours that show tourists the full tea-making process, from picking to drying to packing and shipment. Drop by the gift shops for a taste or to pick up a few fragrant teas to send home to friends and family.
- Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 07.00 am to 16.00 pm
- Guided tour: 25,00 SCR
- Address: Sans Souci Road, Mahe Island
FAQ – Tea Factory
What is SeyTè and where can I buy it?
SeyTe Tea is a famous tea brand in Seychelles, sold in supermarkets in selection boxes and beautiful packets. It’s also available at Whole Sale Points in Praslin, La Digue, and Mahe, in addition to duty-free shops and departure lounges. The popularly tasty tea comes in a variety of flavors, including Vanilla, Citronelle, and Island Tea.
Mint and strawberry are the most recent additions to the tea flavors. The tea factory grows, harvests, and blends the product using cutting-edge technology. It also continues to use traditional and traditional practices, which excite visitors and are a major draw. The facility also offers a free 20-minute tour of the traditional tea-making process.
Relax with a cup of the factory’s fresh, hot brew at the Tea Tavern Restaurant. The restaurant’s beautiful view may tempt you to order a few more glasses. If you wish to enjoy more than one cup of tea, you can experiment with different flavors. The majority of tourists end up shopping for tea at the factory and purchasing packs to take home as mementos.
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