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Ging Tea Estate

Ging Tea Estate in Darjeeling is located in the Lebong Valley, about 10kms north-east of the Darjeeling town overlooking the himalayan range across the valley. The Tea Estate is organically certified and one of the smallest Darjeeling tea producing tea

Singtom Tea Estate

Singtom Tea Estate & Resort is the world’s oldest tea estate resort and is located in one of the most famous travel destinations in the country- Darjeeling. Built way back in 1862 by the Chirimar family, Situated merely 20 kilometers

Glenburn Tea Estate

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

Tumsong Tea Estate

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

Mim Kaman

Mim tea estate is the newest upcoming off beat destination in district of darjeeling. Located between Sukhiapokhri and Lepchajagat of the Darjeeling Hills, Mim is nestled at an elevation of about 5000 feet above sea level. Mim Tea Garden also


Approx 17 km far from Darjeeling town, Badamtam tea garden is the new offbeat destination in Darjeeling. Located in the lebong valley Badamtan is one of the prestigious tea estate with enchanting view of Kanchenjunga. The estate is situated at

Kalej Valley

Kalej Valley is a beautiful tea tourism destination, The hills surrounding the hamlet is covered with lush green tea plantations. A tea factory is located on one side of the tea garden. You can pay a visit to the factory


Located in the shadow of Mount Tiger hill, the highest peak of the India’s first protected wildlife sanctuary Senchel- Rangaroon, a developing countryside Tourist destination is now ready to welcome all visitors. A ‘sunken’ village is called Rangaroon in Lepcha

Bara Mangwa & Chota Mangwa

Bara Mangwa and Chota Mangwa are the twin villages in Darjeeling district, which are getting popularity as eco tourism day by day. Located in the Darjeeling district, towards the western side of the Kalimpong hills, in the Teesta Valley, the


Dawaipani”, a very new destination in West Bengal, India is very near to Darjeeling town and very far from our hectic city life. The place where one can take the breath on the lap of nature. This village is surrounded

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