Known for:-Organic food, tea factory tour, Assamese tea heritage and tea plantation activity and tours Book Now
Sapoi has been in the tea plantation business for over 100 years and their 2600 acre tea estate screams heritage. You can camp in amidst tea farms, participate in tea plantation activities and learn farming techniques. The guided tea farm tours on cycle/foot are an interesting activity as they walk you through every step of the process. Assam's vast flatlands, free-range animals, the Brahmaputra river, village farms and unique fishing techniques at roadside lakes are few of the many interesting things on your drive toward Sapoi Tea Estate. We highly recommend visiting this place for its premium hospitality and lovely organic food as the last leg of your overland experience. Distance/Time from Guwahati: 150 km /4-hour drive
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The sprawling tea estate is spread across 2,600 acres of ancestral land and they have been hosting people for a long time. The tea estate itself is over a century old and the quality is evident in their products and services. You can take a tour of the estate on cycles and learn tea plantation and harvest techniques. You can also take a tour of the tea factory where they explain the process. The host Keshav is a really fun guy to hang out with and he may even join you for morning yoga and days meals if free.
River Brahmaputra is close to the tea estate and you can take the car to this region and explore the landscape. Interact with the locals and see what their lives are like and how they're different, they usually love to engage in long conversations telling you about age-old stories from the land. You can ask them for some recommendations for your day's meal while out on the move.
Ouguri Hill is a popular tourist destination in Tezpur. Posing tough challenges to climbers with its giant monoliths, the hill is situated on River Ouguri hill is a popular tourist destination in Tezpur and poses tough challengers to the climbers with its giant monoliths. The hill is situated on the banks of River Brahmaputra. The view from the hilltop is breathtaking with Tezpur lying on one side and River Brahmaputra on the other. On top of the hill, you can see the statue of Kanaklata, a martyr in the Quit India Movement during our fight for freedom.