Tea  - a river in the Irkutsk region and Buryatia , the right tributary of the Lena . Length - 353  km. The pool area is 11400  km².
|Water consumption||300 m³ / s|
|• Location||Verkhneangarsk Range|
|• Height||1775.7 m|
|• Location||3017 km from the mouth|
|• Height||228 m|
|Water system||Lena → Laptev Sea|
|Regions||Irkutsk region , Buryatia|
Tea originates on the slopes of the Verkhneangarsk Range , flows mostly along the North Baikal Plateau to the northwest. Along the coast there are larch forests mixed with spruce , less often Siberian cedar and pine . The river valley is not wide, swampy and not inhabited. The river is accessible in the lower reaches of small boats, abundant in fish. The food of the river is mainly rainy, flood from May to September.
Rafting on Tea usually runs from the Uluka farm to the mouth. The complexity category of the alloy for catamarans, rafts, inflatable rafts and boats is 4, for kayaks - 5. In total, there are about 40 different obstacles on the river, combined into 4 main cascades.
Left tributaries: Olokit, Abchada, Akukan, Chiko, Gulyakit, Nyrunda, Koganda, Kilyakta, Animal, Chaysky, Gluboky, Petrovsky, Krivososhensky, etc.
Right tributaries: Nyusidek, Amuterben, Koloktakan, Stupidly, Asiktak, Twisty, Magdana, Nalimda, Tulbukonovskaya, Kamenny, Porozhny, Rubchenok, Birch, Limpea, Ugot-Pad, Chupriha, Red, etc.
Shivera Stone Flower
- Surface Water Resources of the USSR: Hydrological Understanding. T. 17. Lensko-Indigirsky district. Vol. 1. Upper Lena / ed. V.A. Vinogradova. - L .: Gidrometeoizdat, 1966 .-- 170 p.
- Tea // Dictionary of names of hydrographic objects of Russia and other countries - members of the CIS / ed. G.I. Donidze. - M .: Kartgeotsentr - Geodezizdat, 1999. - S. 323. - ISBN 5-86066-017-0 .
- State Water Register . Tea . textual.ru . Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia (March 29, 2009). Date of treatment December 20, 2018. Archived March 29, 2009.