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Kolukkumalai Mountain Hut: Sunrise Viewpoint and tea plantation

Get yourself relaxed or boost your adrenaline, either way, Kolukkumalai gets it all right for you. Let it be a friends trip or family trip or maybe even a solo ride to get away from the rush of life.  At the highest tea estate in the world, feel the happiest. Get Ready for Kolukkumalai!
So if you are one of those individuals who read the title and you are here. You probably went to a hill station on the weekend intending to enjoy some peace and alone only to have it ruined by the thousands of other people that flocked there for the weather and the view.

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Kolukkumalai Mountain Hut
Kolukkumalai is the world’s highest elevation tea plantation at 7900 feet msl. Started in the early 1900s the estate produces tea using the orthodox method in the time-tested tea factory. Planning to visit the highest tea estate in the world? Then stay at the Kolukkumalai Mountain Hut. The only comfortable stay on the estate, to truly experience staying in the clouds! An ideal place for people who love outdoors and a real experience! From spectacular views, scenic walks, tough treks and a tea plantation experience are all on offer to guests at the hut!
Kolukkumalai View Point
The Kolukkumalai Sunrise Trek takes you through Kottagudi Tea Plantations in the Theni district of Tamil Nadu. Home to the world’s highest tea plantations and to one of the most heavenly sunrises.
Kolukkumalai Tea Estate
What makes it unique and famous is its tea estate and the quality of tea and the highest organic tea plantations in the world. Kolukkumalai tea estate is one of the oldest tea plantations producing signature tea using orthodox methods. This tea estate is one of the few places in the world where leaves handpicked early in the morning are rolled, cooled, fermented, dried in the machines. It display the labels of British Manufactures in the 1940s. Then hand-packaged for distribution.

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