Rural Destination Darjeeling, Off Beat Destination, Rural Destination, Rural tourism, Rural Village, and Tea garden
Often referred to as the garden of happy hearts, Tumsong Tea Estate is nestled in the surreal landscape of the Golden Valley of Darjeeling. Tumsong was planted some 5,000 feet above sea level in 1867 around a temple dedicated to the Hindu goddess named Tamsa Devi, whom the indigenous people of the Golden Valley worshipped. The garden faces the regal peaks of the Himalayan range, including Kanchenjunga, the tallest highest mountain in India and at 28,169 feet, it is also the third highest in the world. The tea estate is surrounded by the gorgeous Himalayan Mountains and you get magnificent view of the Kanchenjunga from here. The rolling deep green tea plantation is laid on an open hill slope that has an altitude varying between 5,500 ft to 2,700 ft.
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Tea estate themselves run a retreat hotel in their tea garden named Tumsong tea retreat. Advance booking of rooms is necessary due to limited number of rooms.
Few homestays have also started in nearby locations.
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