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Tea Garden in Darjeeling

The real beauty of Darjeeling lies in its Tea garden
Tea Garden In Darjeeling

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About Tea Garden in Darjeeling

The Tea garden in Darjeeling has gained much fame over the years for their serenity and beauty. And so of all the things to do, visits to the tea gardens are considered to be a must-do! It not only lets you experience the breathtaking beauty of the gardens, but also offers the much-needed refreshing experience that you may need on your holiday.

The history

The history took its first roll in 1841, when the tea planting first started. The initiative of tea planting in Darjeeling goes to Arthur Campbell, a civil surgeon, who was transferred to Darjeeling from Kathmandu in 1839. He initially brought the seeds and sown them; thus, enabling the saga of Tea Gardens in Darjeeling.

Tea Tourism that you would love to enjoy

This nature of tourism is a new concept that has come up in Darjeeling. The reason for such an up rise is the presence of many tea gardens that are located near Darjeeling. They not only offer you the best tea, but also offer you the chance of having the experience of staying amongst the beautiful and scenic nature and enjoy your holiday the most.

Know about Tea Tourism

Imagine yourself to be staying in the bungalow of a British Tea planter with all the vintage amenities that were then used. The food that you will have are produced from organic products that are grown in the backyard. This is what Tea Tourism is.

The experience that you will have

You will start your day with a sip from the cup of world famous Darjeeling tea sitting in the verandah and experiencing majestic nature all around. If you wish, you can also visit the tea factory where the world famous teas are produced. You can intermingle with all to know the process and work side by side with them.

You can soak yourself in nature while travelling in a jeep which will take you to the nearby places of tourist interest. You will experience the lifestyle of the locals and in the evening have the chance of watching the cultural events in the backdrop of the Himalayas.

Why to be in Darjeeling to have such experience?

Darjeeling is the best place to have such wonderful experience, as there are about 80 Tea Gardens to visit and learn about the tea varieties. You can take advantage of the vacation packages that these estates offer to make your holiday memorable.

Thus, if you wish to enjoy your holiday most while in Darjeeling it is necessary that you have such a stay. You will come back cherished and refreshed after being amidst nature while being in the tea garden.

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FAQ's of Darjeeling

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Which tea garden can I visit in Darjeeling?

Not all tea gardens can be visited, since most of them are private areas. However, some tea estates are open for public visits such as the Happy Valley Tea Estate. Tickets might be required to visit one of them.

Which is the oldest tea garden in Darjeeling?

Bannockburn Tea Estate and Badamtam Tea Estate are the two oldest tea estates of Darjeeling.

Can I buy tea from the tea gardens of Darjeeling?

Yes, there are factory shops at most of these tea estates from where you can buy a variety of tea.