Mecca for all the tea planters in India, Darjeeling spans across thousands of acres of land on the hill slopes of eastern Himalayas. Ideal for beating the summer heat of the plains, the hills of Darjeeling are booming with lush green tea estates that are accompanied with vintage manors and residences from the colonial times.
A real feast to the eyes, the undulating tea gardens are no doubt the prime tourist attractions in Dajeeling. These gardens cum estates are more than a century old, but still are well -maintained. With the thought of residing within these mesmerizing gardens coming across one’s mind, excitement tends to get doubled.
Such an arrangement lets you enjoy the aromatic tea of Darjeeling while sitting in the comfortable British residences. The hill station offers a multitude of budgetary accommodation options, which make residing in these fancy houses quite affordable.
Not just for holidaying in the lap of nature, one can certainly use it as a chance to understand how tea processing is actually being done at the ground level. One of the best things to do around these tea gardens in Darjeeling is visiting the tea processing factories, which are situated in close vicinity.