The tea plantations of Wuyishan are world-renowned, particularly for producing the highly prized Wuyi rock tea, also known as yancha or Dahongpao. The region's unique geological conditions, characterized by rocky cliffs and a subtropical climate, create the perfect environment for cultivating this distinctive tea. The tea bushes thrive in the mineral-rich soil and misty atmosphere, resulting in leaves that yield a rich, complex flavor. Visitors to the tea plantations can engage in tea-tasting sessions, learn about traditional tea-making processes, and even participate in tea picking during the harvest season.
01 Tea plantation 02 Wuyishan tea plantation 03 Tea plantation 04 Dahongpao tea plantation 05 Wuyishan tea plantation
06 Tea plantation 07 Tea bushes 08 Tea plantation 09 Dahongpao tea plantation
10 Tea bushes 11 Dahongpao tea plantation 12 Rock tea plantation 13 Tea plantation 14 Dahongpao tea plantation
15 Tea plantation 16 Rock tea plantation 17 Rock tea plantation 18 Wuyishan tea plantation 19 Dahongpao tea plantation
20 Tea plantation 21 Tea bushes 22 Dahongpao tea plantation 23 Tea plantation 24 Dahongpao tea plantation
25 Rows of tea bushes 26 Tea plantation 27 Rock tea plantation 28 Wuyishan tea plantation 29 Rock tea plantation
30 Wuyishan tea plantation 31 Wuyishan tea plantation 32 Tea plantation 33 Tea plantation 34 Wuyishan tea plantation
35 Dahongpao tea plantation 36 Wuyishan tea plantation
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