5 Beautiful Tea Estates In Darjeeling

Darjeeling boasts of jaw-dropping locales, mesmerising sunrises, the untouched beauty of the hills, the old-world charm of the past, and the welcoming smiles of the local people. However, Darjeeling is most famous for its tea and tea gardens. Have you ever wanted to stay in the midst of any Tea Estate? Well, now you can.

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FAQs on Tea Estates In Darjeeling

How much does it cost to stay at Tea Estates In Darjeeling?

Usually, Tea Estates In Darjeeling cost in the price range of INR 7500 - INR 10000 per night.

What are the best Tea Estates In Darjeeling?

Some of the best Tea Estates In Darjeeling are Sourenee Tea Estate, Tumsong Chiabari - The Tea Retreat, and Ging Tea House.

How much is the price for Tea Estates In Darjeeling for this weekend?

The average price per night for Tea Estates In Darjeeling for this weekend is INR 9148.

What are the best Tea Estates In Darjeeling with a pool?

Best Tea Estates In Darjeeling with a pool are Sourenee Tea Estate, Tumsong Chiabari - The Tea Retreat, Ging Tea House, and Chamong Chiabari - Mountain Retreat & Spa.

Suggest some Tea Estates In Darjeeling with good wifi?

Best Tea Estates In Darjeeling with wifi availability are Sourenee Tea Estate, Tumsong Chiabari - The Tea Retreat, Ging Tea House, and Chamong Chiabari - Mountain Retreat & Spa.

Which are the best Tea Estates In Darjeeling that are pet-friendly?

With no restrictions, these pet-friendly Tea Estates In Darjeeling are perfect for you and your pet: Sourenee Tea Estate, Tumsong Chiabari - The Tea Retreat, Ging Tea House, and Chamong Chiabari - Mountain Retreat & Spa.

Best time for a staycation in Darjeeling?

February - March and September - November is the best time to visit Darjeeling. Winters are harsh from cold, however, snowfall is rarely seen in Darjeeling. Summers, on the other hand, are a bit warmer than winters yet colder than the rest of West Bengal, hence making it an ideal time to visit. Darjeeling receives heavy rainfall that causes landslides and blocked roads during Monsoons making inaccessible and challenging to travel to. 
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