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Step into the idyllic world of Glenburn, a tea estate established by Scottish tea planters in 1859. Glenburn tea estate in Darjeeling is a heavenly little plantation retreat that lies on a hillock above the banks of the River Rungeet, high in the Himalayas, overlooked by the mighty Kanchenjunga mountain range. Glenburn was started by a Scottish tea company in 1859, then passed into the hands of Prakashes who have been one of India’s pioneering tea-planting families. They have also come to be known as the ‘Chaiwala family’ – which literally means ‘tea planters’. The Prakash family now carry almost a century of tea knowledge in their inheritance, and open their hearts to share the experience of their legacy at Glenburn.
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Glenburn experiences include exploring the plantations and villages within the tea estate, nature and bird walks, overnights in the log cabin by the river Rangeet, picnics in the tea gardens, tea tours and excursions around Darjeeling.
Glenburn Tea estate themselves run plantation retreat in their tea estate, few homestays are available in nearby location.
By air: There are daily flights from Kolkata (45 mins), Guwahati (30 mins) and New Delhi (2 hours) to Bagdogra. Glenburn is a three hour drive from the airport.
By Train : Nearest railway station is Njp and the distance is 82km.Shared jeeps are available from Njp to Darjeeling.
By Road : Siliguri is 78km far from glenburn, taxis are available in regular basis from siliguri to darjeeling. From darjeeling you have to book another taxi till glenburn.
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