Tea Village In Lost Town And Buddha 1 Day Tour - Leshan

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  • Duration: 9 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    7:30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
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The Buddha is located to the east of Leshan City, Sichuan Province, at the confluence of three rivers, namely, Min River, Qingyi River, and Dadu River. It is carved into the cliffs of Mt. Lingyun. A local saying describes the Buddha like this: "The Mountain unveils a Buddha, while the Buddha fades into the mountain."
our tour is NOT ONLY FOR BUDDHA, but also we shall show you deep into the villager's life nearby. In the none touristy town, you can see the oldest tea house, hand crafts shop, local food market, and also the traditional lcoal courtyard house, and family visiting. Local snack is a mini foodie tour in this town.
Green tea is so wellkknown in Sichuan, so the beatiful tea planation we can not missing. Go to the nature world, and try to pick the tea by yourself, and make tea in the local family. This is kind of great experience during your China trip.

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Tea for China is as Coffee & Wine for western culture. Get a comprehensive understanding of this most representing culture in China by visiting a tea plantation on the mountains! Traveling away from the ordinary we find out life styles of 50s in a lost town - which you cant really find it on a map.
. culture herritage by UNASCO
Off-road visit to countryside and old town
Visit to traditional workshops
Comprehensive Tea Learning - drinking in old teahouse, picking tea from plantation, visit tea workshop
Visit old courtyard house and listen to stories from the owner

After greeting at your hotel an 2.5 hours drive takes us to Giant Buddha. We would take the boat trip to have a unforgettable panoramic view of Buddha. After visiting Buddha a 40 mins drive takes us to a laid-back old town. Take a walk around the town where traditional lifestyles still survived from the modernization. Along the way we visit traditional workshops such as blacksmiths shop, bamboo workshop, barber shop etc. Enjoy tea and chat and share stories with lovely local people in old teahouse and later drop in one of the hundred-year-old courtyard house where its owner are so proud of and love to share stories of the house.
a short drive takes us up to the mountain. The tea farmer will take us to the tea field, where we will learn a lot about tea from how to pick-up the best tea sprouts or tea buds, to weather conditions and different regions for Tea. Have a try of picking tea from the tea trees! Afterward visiting the tea business family to reveal the process of making all kinds of tea, lets sit down in front of the farm house and enjoy tea more stories sharing and learning of tea, as in of wine there are Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir in tea as well! We still have a great chance to try local specialty as wood-fire cooked lunch in the countryside.


Excellent English Speaking Local Guide

Nice Comfortable Car/Van for Transports

Giant Buddha Boat Trip

None Touristy Old Town (time traveler)

Local old tea house from Qing Dynasty (600+ years old)

many kinds of old hand crafts shop experience

old courtyard house family visting

local snack mini foodie tour

Tea Plantation Visiting

Tea pickinig experience

Tea farmer house visiting

Tea making experience

Entry/Admission - Leshan Giant Buddha (Da Fo)

Entry/Admission - Jiajiang Qianfoyan Scenic Spot

Entry/Admission - Jiajiang Tianfu Tea Plantation

Entry/Admission - Chengdu Metro



Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible


This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers

Traveler Reviews

  • 03-Jul-2019

    It was a rainy day but still got to enjoy my time. I liked harvesting green tea leaves and learning how to dry and prepare it. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and provided a lot of information on Buddha statue, Chinese history, and took me to the beautiful mountain where they planted and harvested tea. He showed me how to pick young green tea leaves and then went to a farmers house to prepare it. I enjoyed everything except the old town we went to, I didn't like it as not much to see and was very dirty and chaotic.

  • 17-Sep-2018

    I had a great and rewarding experience. This full-day tour combines tourism with life experience. Starts with a boat tour to Buda; then a visit to an old town where time seems to have stopped. Had the opportunity to interact with locals in tea places; local food areas and more. Fascinating. In the afternoon I went to a tea field to pick up tea leaves and then to a house to visit an old couple who taught me how to prepare tea. We enjoyed drinking tea together. A special thanks to EVAN my guide and now friend. He is professional and at the same time friendly. He is knowledgeable. He is well respected by people in the town and rural areas. Thanks very much Evan; I learned from you a lot and enjoyed your company.

  • 15-Mar-2018

    This tour was amazing. The tour guide spoke very good English and was very knowledgeable. The best part was going to tea plantation, learning about tea and drinking it. A very enjoyable day.