Coffee & tea tours in Colombo

Top Coffee & Tea Tours in Colombo, Sri Lanka

Coffee & Tea Tours in Colombo

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  • Dariusz M
    1 contribution
    The Tour was great. Maran is a super nice guy who is not just knowing the good places for good and great street food (definatly worth it), he is also a hell of a tuktuk driver. After one month in Sri Lanka and driving a tuktuk by myself, never had such a great ride in the thickest traffic in Colombo you could imagine. The open rooftop where you can stand up and enjoy the madness from above, is an experience for itself. Thank you and also for the good conversations.
    Written 27 March 2022
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  • Yannick
    4 contributions
    We had a great evening with Naushad. He speaks very good English and is able to explain sights in Colombo while wandering around to hunt for good street food. His tours are adaptable: If you want to get things from stalls at the road, he will get them prepare their dishes freshly for you and explain what you're eating. If you want to eat the best Kotthu ever, he will bring you a bit outside of town where it is served. He will tell you when he deems something unsafe to eat, so the tour is definitely great for people just arriving in Sri Lanka. Needless to say, we had trouble waking after all the amazing food. We can't recommend doing a street food tour with Naushad warmly enough!
    Written 2 April 2022
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  • Tharindu
    1 contribution
    We had a very good friendly service with BOB and really appreciate that awesome 👏 service which We had,
    Written 27 September 2020
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  • riyas a
    1 contribution
    It’s very nice hostel
    Because he’s like friend
    Good advice trip & planning for Colombo
    Price is very cheaper then other hostel
    That gay is very good person
    One day trip in Colombo he’s guide for me very simple man.
    Written 29 October 2019
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  • Hungry_HK_Boy
    Hong Kong, China7 contributions
    The driver was on time and the car was very comfortable. Saffron 21 Spice Grove was the first stop, and the tour, given by a student of natural medicine, was very well done. A "free" herbal oil massage was offered (and it was very good), but I was strongly urged to tip afterward (which was fine and I did).

    Unfortunately, things took a sour note when the shop I was taken to after the tour tried very aggressively to push me to spend. I was interested in some of the remedies, but they were always trying to push me to buy the biggest bottle and never telling me there were smaller ones until I said they were too expensive. And when I decided I just wanted a few small bottles to try, the staff immediately turned from very friendly to stone-faced.

    That place reeked of dishonesty.

    The driver then took me to an elephant "sanctuary" which was not mentioned in the online description I read when I made the booking. I have always been skeptical about these "sanctuaries", and when I realised that even feeding and patting the elephants would cost LKR5,000, I said no.

    Luckily, the Geragama Estate as a pleasant experience. The in-house guide and all the staff were helpful and friendly, and the tour was informative but not too long or overloaded. After a complimentary cup of tea and very delicious biscuits, I was allowed to browse the tea shop leisurely (in contrast to the pushy experience at Saffron 21), and prices are reasonable (although there are also premium varieties one is free to splurge on). I ended up spending much more at the tea shop than I did at the herbal/spice shop.

    I wish the tour would include a quick stroll up to the plantations. I only had enough time to look at them from the foot of the hill.

    There was no lunch arrangement, and by the time I was back in the hotel, it was almost 5pm. It was a long day to last without anything to eat after breakfast. It would have been nice to have a quick stop for a bite in the afternoon, even if it's just a quick roti.
    Written 26 March 2019
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