Destinations: India

Tea Travel Destinations
Tea Travel Destinations
INDIA

India’s remarkably diverse tea lands are the perfect destination for holiday vacationers. The cool hill stations in the Nilgiris in South India, the gentle slopes of Assam, and the rugged, picturesque gardens of North India each offer a unique tea culture and cuisine. Our Destinations offers an introduction to plan your tea tourism itinerary.

Assam tea pluckers at Cinnamara/Cinnamora Tea Estate, Jorhat. Photo by Roopak Goswami
Assam tea pluckers at Cinnamara/Cinnamora Tea Estate, Jorhat. Photo by Roopak Goswami

Assam

Altitude: 500-1000m
Ideal stay: Pick either Jorhat or Dibrugarh as your starting point with 2-3 days at each place. Spring (March-April) is ideal.
How to get there: By air to Guwahati, the capital city or to Jorhat and Dibrugarh

Don’t Miss the Wildlife

There are several wildlife sanctuaries; topping the list is Kaziranga, the state’s most famous sanctuary. If in Jorhat, don’t miss the Hoollongapar Gibbon sanctuary, home to the Hoolock gibbons and the slow loris.

Go to the Villages

Assam has a rich textile-weaving culture, which needs to be protected, preserved, and nurtured. Food and local produce are big attractions, making kitchens and mealtimes worth traveling for.

Go for Golf

The first golf course outside England appeared in Assam in 1876 in Jorhat. Today, Assam has 21 golf courses, most of which are inside or near tea estates. Sidheshwar Singh of Assam Tours & Travels organizes a tea and golf tour for those interested. It promises phenomenal views and the bonus of low green fees!

Pay Homage to the Mighty River

The Brahmaputra is Assam’s lifeline, originating in Tibet and snaking down Arunachal Pradesh before entering the state. The river feeds the land, making it fertile. To make your acquaintance with the river, consider a 7-night river cruise by the Assam Bengal Navigation (assambengalnavigation.com). It begins in Guwahati and goes upstream to Kaziranga. The Brahmaputra is truly magnificent, and the amount of wildlife you get to see along the way, especially Kaziranga, is amazing, says Antara Phukan of Assam Bengal Navigation. The cruise is about the lahe life, a slow life, a slow experience. The river changes course every year, says Phukan, making the cruise an exploratory journey.

Assam’s tea origins

Margherita in Tinsukia is home to the Singpho tribe, who played an important role in India’s tea history. The community offers an eco-tourism facility, the Singpho Eco Lodge. This is a place to see how Chinese tea influences have come in. While here, do try the signature smoked tea, falap.

 

Glenburn Tea Estate, Darjeeling, India. Photo by Dan Bolton
Glenburn Tea Estate, Darjeeling, India. Photo by Dan Bolton

Darjeeling

Altitude: 2,050 meters.
Ideal stay: 2-3 days. The best time to visit is April to June.
How to get there: Fly to Bagdogra, travel by car or bus, or hop on the Siliguri-Darjeeling small-scale tourist rail cars.

Darjeeling, in West Bengal, is famous worldwide for its vistas, its monasteries, and its remarkable mix of tea estates.

Take long walks 

Darjeeling is also home to rich flora and fauna. Spring arrives with a great big bloom of rhododendrons, itself worth a visit. With varying altitudes from Siliguri all the way to the high hills, nature trails are plenty. Ask your hosts about possible trails. At the Reyso Home Stay, Ujwal Chetri draws guests a map or joins them on the walk. He recommends the village walk, calling these villages “Darjeeling’s biggest secret” and “places still lost in time.”

Darjeeling Walks lists several walking options, including a Tea Plucker’s Day, where guests can meet and interact with tea pluckers, tour a factory, and do a tea tasting. To ensure that workers are not disturbed while at work, the interaction is planned for when the plucking has finished, and the women bring the leaves to be weighed.

The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, aka the Toy Train

This is a tourist favorite and runs from New Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling on a route that takes all day. Most tourists ride between Darjeeling and Ghoom, which is India’s highest railway station. There’s a small museum here; while locals agree more could be offered or done to promote this historic railway, it ranks in every local’s list of everything special about Darjeeling. Anirban Dutta of Darjeeling Walks recommends more scenic routes between Sukhna, Kurseong, and Sukhna to Ghoom.

Seek the Kanchenjunga

Every local has a favorite spot to see the Kanchenjunga and every sighting is considered special. So, ask your hosts or local guides for their recommendations.

A town filled with history

From the stories of the British East India Company to the older history of Tibet, Nepal, and Sikkim to the arrival of many communities, Darjeeling’s tea history is rich and filled with intrigue. Try a history/heritage walk.

Visit the Dooars

The Dooars are the doorway to Bhutan in the sub-Himalayan foothills in West Bengal. Tea is one of its main economies, yet it’s not on the tea travelers’ map. Perhaps this is because it’s largely a CTC (Crush, Tear, Curl) producing region, which gets traded rather than branded and sold. But the Dooars is a place of great scenic beauty, and much of its tourism hinges on that. For an immersive tea-focused experience, head to the Nuxalbari Tea Estate, run by Sonia Jabbar. Check if you can sign up for their 3-day tea course before you go.

Tea garden in the Nilgiri Mountains in Kerala, India
Tea garden in the Nilgiri Mountains in Kerala, India

Nilgiris

Altitude: 1800m
Ideal stay: 3-4 days. Good time to visit is December to May.
How to get there: Fly to Coimbatore and by road to the Nilgiris.

Plan your tea trail

A stay at a tea estate like Mango Range or Tranquilitea will make a tea tour more accessible since your hosts can plan it. Do ask about tours to the forests in the region, and while here, do make time to visit the Jail Museum in Naduvattom in Gudalur, where Chinese prisoners of war were once housed.

Ride on the Train

The Nilgiris Mountain Railway is over a century old and continues to delight visitors. It begins at Mettupalayam in the foothills and makes its way through a marvelously scenic route to Coonoor and on to Ooty or Udhagamandalam.

MUNNAR

Altitude: 1500m
Ideal stay: 3-4 days. Avoid the monsoon (June-August)
How to get there: Fly to Kochi and by road to Munnar.

Walks and wildlife

The most convenient way to access tea tours or nature walks is to book a tea bungalow accommodation, which allows your hosts to plan these activities. The three big tea companies are the Kanan Devan Hills Plantations Pvt. Ltd., Harrisons Malayalam Ltd. (HML), and Tallayar Estate, and each offers tourism as a service. KDHP and HML also house a tea museum for those interested in the town’s history. Another working estate that grows cardamom, not tea, is the Windamere, where guests can enjoy an afternoon tea service.

Trek up to Kollukumalai

About 30 km from Munnar is Kolukkumalai, a tea estate that’s over a century old. Kollukumalai’s claim to tea fame is that it’s located at the highest altitude for a tea estate in India, at 7900 ft.

 

Masrur rock cut temples in Kangra. Photo by Akash Deep

Kangra

Altitude: 733m
Ideal stay: 3-4 days, avoid the monsoon (July-September)
How to get there: Fly to Gaggal airport or Chandigarh and by road to Palampur or Dharamsala

The Great Outdoors

Kangra is accessible nearly all year round, with spring and winter being especially beautiful. Bir is famous for paragliding. But for those who want to quietly commune with nature, this is a perfect place.

For Culture and Calm

Kangra brings together various communities, such as the PahadiGaddiTibetan, and Punjabi, and each has contributed to the region’s vibrancy and distinct culture. The Tibetan community in exile is based here, with McLeod Ganj being home to the exiled leader, His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet. There are several Buddhist temples, monasteries, and the Norbulingka Institute here. Kangra is also home to ancient temples like the Masrur rock-cut temples.

 Tea Bungalows | Resorts 
Assam
Wild Mahseer
 Address   Balipara Division Addabarie Tea Estate, Sonitpur Dist, Off National Highway 52, Balipara, Assam 7841015
 Telephone   +91 98336 31377
 Email   reservations@wildmahseer.com
 Website   https://wildmahseer.com/
Thengal Manor
 Address  Jalukanibari, Thengal Gaon, Assam 785630
 Contact   Mrs. Uttara Gogoi
 Telephone   +91 094355 14177
 Email    uttara@barooahs.com
 Website   https://www.heritagetourismindia.com/#
Wathai Heritage Bungalow
 Address   Limbuguri Tea Estate, Wathai Heritage Bungalow, Guijan, Rangagarah T.E. 18/179 Orr.Nlr, Assam 786158
 Website   https://www.purvidiscovery.com/hotel/wathai-heritage-tea-bungalow
Kaziranga Golf Resort
 Address   Mohbondha Rd, Mohbondha, No.2 Mohbondha Grant, Assam 785703
 Contact   Mrs. Uttara Gogoi
 Telephone   +91 93951 74875
 Email    uttara@barooahs.com
 Website   https://kazirangagolfresort.in/ 
Darjeeling
Glenburn Tea Estate
 Address   Near Singritan, Darjeeling, Kambal Tea Garden, West Bengal 734101
 Contact   Darlene Khan
 Telephone   +91 33 2288 5630
 Email   info@glenburnteaestate.com
 Website   https://www.glenburnteaestate.com
Makaibari
 Properties   Main | Bungalow
 Address   Makaibari Tea Estate. P.O Kurseon, Darjeeling, West Bengal 734203
 Contact   Nayan Lama
 Telephone   +91 080 2357 0761
 Email   book@amastaysandtrails.com
 Website    https://makaibari.in/pages/ecotourism
Ging Tea House
 Address  Ging Tea Estate, Lebong Valley Darjeeling-734105
 Telephone   +91 98310 76877
 Email   gingteahouse@gmail.com
 Website   https://gingteahouse.com/
Mayfair Jungpana
 Address  Jungpana Tea Estate, Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, P.O, Mahanadi, West Bengal 734224
 Telephone   +91 92 3390 4008
 Email  reservations@mayfair.com
 Website  https://www.mayfairhotels.com/mayfair-manor-jungpana/
Fagu Tea Estate
 Address   Kalimgpong, Gorubathan 735231
 Telephone   +91 97335 08600
 Website   https://www.nomadicweekends.com/listings/fagu-tea-estate/
Singtom Tea Estate
 Address   Singtam Tea Garden, Darjeeling, West Bengal 734104
 Telephone   +91 84201 93055
 Email   reservations@singtomteaestate.com
 Website   https://www.singtomteaestate.com/ 
During (The Postcard Group)
Dooars
Baradighi
 Address  Baradighi Tea Estate, Dooars PO, Jalpaiguri  735206
 Telephone   +91 96746 73957
 Email   contact@baradighibungalow.com
 Website   https://baradighibungalow.com/
Nya Slee
 Address   Nya Sylee Tea Estate, Nagrakata, West Bengal 735225
 Telephone   +91 93135 30038
 Email   info@octavius.in
 Website   https://tearesorts.in/ 
Kangra, Himachal Pradesh
Dareng
 Address    Darang Tea Estate P.O. Darang, District Kangra – 176 060
 Telephone   +91 94180 12565
 Email   darangtea@gmail.com
 Website   http://www.darangteaestate.com/index.html 
Karnakata
Sinna Dorai's Bungalow, Kadamane
 Address    Sakleshpur, Kadumane Estate, Karnataka 573165
 Contact  Radhika Cariappa
 Telephone   +91 96000 46378
 Email   sinnadoraikdm@pai.murugappa.com
 Website   https://sinnadorai.com/kadamane/ 
Kerala
Briar Group
 Properties   Talayar | Valparai | Meghamalai
 Address   V-363, Kannan Devan Hills Village, Talliar post, Idukki, Idukki, Kerala 685614
 Telephone   Talayar +91 94422 02001 | Valparai +91 94422 02002  | Meghamalai +91 94422 02003
 Email    reservations@teil.in
 Website   Talavar | Valparai | Meghamalai
Harrisons Malayalam
 Properties   Bungalow
 Address   24/1624, Bristow Road, Willingdon Island, Kochi, Kerala
 Telephone   +91 94460 05406
 Email     gnan.prabhakar@harrisonsmalayalam.com
 Website   https://harrisonsheritage.com/munnar-2/ 
Kannan Devan Hills
 Properties   Kalaar Bungalow  |  Grahamsland Cottage |  Lake View Cottage  |  Arivikad East Division Bungalow  |  Viripari Bungalow
 Address   Kaalar, Munnar, Kannan Devan Hills, Kerala 685561
 Telephone   +91 94478 76484
 Email   tourism.munnar@kdhptea.co.in
 Website   Kalaar | Grahamsland Cottage | Lake View CottageArivikad East Division Bungalow  |  Viripari Bungalow
Nilgiris
Tranquilitea
 Properties   Tenerife Hill  |  The Bungalow in Ooty  |  The Clubhouse
 Address  83/1, Tenerife, Rosery Gardens, Coonoor, Tamil Nadu 643101
 Telephone   +91 94438 41572
 Email  info@tranquilitea.in
 Website   Tenerife Hill  |  The Bungalow in Ooty  |  The Clubhouse 
Adderley
 Address  Adderley Estate, Coonoor, Tamil Nadu 643102
 Contact   Johnson
 Telephone   +91 94449 93176
Sinna Dorai's Bungalow, Mangorange
 Address    Pandalur, Tamil Nadu 643241
 Contact    Mrs. Mudassir
 Telephone   +91 96000 71067
 Email   sinnadoraimrg@pai.murugappa.com
 Website   https://sinnadorai.com/mangorange/
Sinna Dorai's Bungalow, Valparai
 Address   Upper Paralai, Parry Agro Tea Estate, Valparai, Tamil Nadu 642108
 Contact   Surabhi
 Telephone   +91 95141 58999
 Email   sinnadoraivlp@pai.murugappa.com
 Website   https://sinnadorai.com/valparai/upper-paralai/ 
Sikkim
Temi Tea Estate
 Address   Temi Tea Garden, Temi, Tarku, Sikkim 737139
 Telephone   +91 98301 69694
 Email   reservation@ecoadventureresorts.net
 Website   https://ecoadventureresorts.com/sikkim/ 
Cochrane Place Hotel
 Address  132 Pankhabari Road, Fatak, Kurseong 734203, Darjeeling District West Bengal
 Telephone   +91 74790 01351  |  +91 74790 01352/  |  + 91 99320 35660
 Email   info@cochraneplacehotel.com
 Website   https://ecoadventureresorts.com/sikkim/ 
 Homestays  |  Hostels 
Assam
1914 Tea Farms
 Telephone   +91 90831 11566
 Email   info@homestaysofindia.com
 Website   https://www.homestaysofindia.com/assam-dhekiajuli-1914-tea-farms-heritage-homestay/
Singpho Eco Lodge
 Address   Margherita-Pengeree, Road, Margherita, Assam 786181
 Telephone    +91 098544 38896
 Website   https://kaziranganationalparkassam.in/singpho-eco-lodge-margherita-assam/
Darjeeling
Reyso
 Address    Lower Rose Bank, Rajbari, Darjeeling, West Bengal 734101
 Contact   Ujjwal Chhetri
 Telephone   +91 090648 12528
 Website   https://www.responsibletourismindia.com/stay/reyso-urban-homestay/199
Makaibari
 Address   Makaibari Tea Estate, Pankhabari Rd, Kurseong, West Bengal 734203
 Contact   Nayan Lama
 Telephone   +91 98324 47774
 Email  volunteerinmakaibari@gmail.com
 Website   https://makaibari.in/pages/homestay-at-makaibari 
Mineral Spring
 Address   Mineral Spring Village, Darjeeling
 Telephone   +91 80172 29971
 Website   https://www.rucksack.co.in/?id=open&id_link=6132256
Tabakoshi Tea Village Homestay
 Address    Magarjung Tea Garden Kanabir,Tabakoshi, Mangarjung Tea Garden, West Bengal 734215
 Contact   Bijoy Subba
 Telephone   +91 90831 11566
 Email   teavillagehomestay@gmail.com
 Website   https://www.teavillagehomestay.in/
Rimpocha Tea
 Email   Dilliram.sharma@rimpochatea.com
Singel Tea Garden
 Address    Singel Tea Garden, Kurseong, West Bengal 734203
 Telephone   +91 098320 57237
1914 Tea Farms
 Telephone   +91 90831 11566
 Email   info@homestaysofindia.com
 Website   https://www.homestaysofindia.com/assam-dhekiajuli-1914-tea-farms-heritage-homestay/
Himachal Pradesh
The Lodge at Wah
 Property   Palampur  |  Kandbari
 Address Palampur  Panchrukhi – Paprola Road Patti, Deogran, Himachal Pradesh 176061
 Address Kandbari   Kamlehr, Himachal Pradesh 176081
 Contact   Upasana T. Prakash
 Telephone   +91 98314 43282
 Email   reservations@thelodgeatwah.com
 Website   https://www.thelodgeatwah.com/
Reyso
 Address   Panchrukhi – Paprola Road Patti, Deogran, Himachal Pradesh 176061Lower Rose Bank, Rajbari, Darjeeling, West Bengal 734101
 Contact   Upasana T. Prakash
 Telephone   +91 98314 43282
 Email   reservations@thelodgeatwah.com
 Website   https://www.thelodgeatwah.com/
 Tea Experiences 
Assam
Assam Tours (Golf)
 Address   Jorhat, Assam
 Contact   Sideshwar Kumar Mishra
 Telephone   +91 98592 00091
 Email   assamtourjrt@gmail.com
 Website   https://assamtourstravels.com/tour/tea-golf 
Assam Bengal Navigation
 Address  3rd Floor, Dirang Arcade GNB Road Chandmari, Guwahati, Assam 781003
 Contact   Antara Phukan
 Telephone   +9192070 42330
 Email   sales@assambengal.in
 Website   https://www.assambengalnavigation.com/  
Darjeeling
Darjeeling Walks
 Address   Darjeeling Walks, Darjeeling, West Bengal
 Contact   Anirban Dutta
 Telephone   +91 97179 72008
 Email   booking@darjeelingwalks.in
 Website   https://darjeelingwalks.in/ 
Nomadic Weekends
 Address   58 GT Road Bally, Howrah – 711-201
 Telephone   +90072 24814  |  91634 28385
 Email   boohttps://darjeelingwalks.in/king@darjeelingwalks.in
 Website   http://nomadicweekends.com 
Northeast
Curtain Call Adventures
 Address  1, C.K. Agarwala Road, Ambari, P.O. Uzanbazar Guwahati 781001 Assam
 Contact   Julie Kagti
 Telephone   +91 98860 65891
 Email   info@curtaincalladventures.com
 Website   https://curtaincalladventures.com/ 
 Tour Planners | Booking Agents 
Assam Tours
 Address   DCB Road, Tarajan, Jorhat 785001, Assam
 Contact   Sidheshwar Kumar Mishra
 Telephone   +91 98592 00091
 Email   assamtourjrt@gmail.com
 Website   https://assamtourstravels.com/ 
Purvi Discovery
 Address    Jalannagar, Dibrugarh 786 005, Assam
 Telephone   +91 94356 37641
 Email   purvidiscovery@purvidiscovery.com
 Website   https://www.purvidiscovery.com/ 
Rare India
 Address    White Town House, U-26A/6, Ground Floor, DLF Phase 3, Sector 24, Gurugram, Haryana 122002
 Contact   Shobha Mohan
 Telephone   +91 98102 65781
 Email  98102 65781
 Website   https://www.rareindia.com/ 
 Tea Rooms | Lounges | Tea Shops 
Darjeeling
Margarets Deck
 Address   NH-55, Hill Cart Rd, Auringaley, PO- Tung, Kurseong, West Bengal 734224
 Telephone   +91 79426 89100
 Email   assamtourjrt@gmail.com
 Website   https://assamtourstravels.com/
Bangalore
Infinitea
 Address   #2 Shah Sultan Complex, Cunningham Road, Bangalore 560001
 Contact   Gaurav Saria
 Telephone   +91 82960 77554
 Email  assist@infiniteaoriginals.com
 Website   https://infiniteaoriginals.com/ 
Kolkata
Karma Kettle
 Address  4, Swinhoe St, Ekdalia, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700019
 Telephone   +91 87770 90903
 Website   http://www.karmakettle.com/ 
Glenburn
 Address   7A, Russel St, Park Street area, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071
 Telephone   +91 90739 12550
 Email   info@GlenburnTeaDirect.com
 Website   https://glenburnfinetea.com/ 
Mumbai
Queens Deck
 Address   Resham Bhavan, 78, Veer Nariman Rd, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400020
 Telephone   +91 022-50646194
 Website   https://maps.app.goo.gl/H5iHW3JJcLNvbeZs7
Taj Mahal Tea House
 Address   36/A, Sanatan Pereira Bungalow, St John Baptist Rd, General A.K. Vaidya Marg, Bandra (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050
 Telephone   +91 84339 53420
 Email   assamtourjrt@gmail.com
 Website   http://www.tajmahalteahouse.com/
Gallops
 Address   36/A, Sanatan Pereira Bungalow, St John Baptist Rd, General A.K. Vaidya Marg, Bandra (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050 Inside Mahalaxmi Racecourse, Via Gate 1, Keshavrao Khadye Marg, Royal Western India Turf Club, Mahalakshmi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400034
 Telephone   +91 22696 00111
 Website   https://maps.app.goo.gl/dSHYxespesc3hKCQA
Tasse de Thé
 Address   CC 1231-1232, Bharat Diamond Bourse, Tasse de Thé, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051
 Telephone   +91 93265 16075
 Website   https://tdtworld.com/ 
New Delhi
Mittal Teas
 Address   New Delhi House Barakhamba Rd, Ground Floor, Behind Cafe Coffee Day, New Delhi, IN 110001
 Contact   Vikram Mittal
 Telephone   +91 11415 20402
 Website   https://mittalteas.com/
Vahdam India Tea Room
 Address   Khan Market Ground Floor, Shop No. 2B, New Delhi 110003
 Contact   Vikram Mittal
 Telephone   +91 11410 7 3406
 Tea Education | Courses | Workshops 
Asian School of Tea
 Address    18-B Creek Row,  Kolkata-700014, West Bengal
 Telephone   +91 98747 13293
 Email   info@asianschooloftea.org
 Website   https://www.asianschooloftea.org/
Nuxalbari Tea
 Address     West Bengal
 Contact   Sonia Jabbar
 Telephone   +91 96411 00574
 Email   info@nuxalbaritea.com
 Website   https://nuxalbaritea.com/3-day-course
Indian Institute of Plantation Management
 Address   Indian Institute of Plantation Management, Jnana Bharathi Campus, P.O. Malathalli, Bengaluru 560 056
 Telephone   +91 080 23211716
 Email   mdp.iipmb@gmail.com
 Website   https://iipmb.edu.in 
NITM
 Address    Darjeeling Tea Research & Management Association, Shivmandir, P.O. – Kadamtala, Siliguri – 734011
 Contact   Kaushik Bhattacharjee
 Telephone   +91 35325 81582 | +91 94343 27123 | +91-95938 94061
 Email   kbnitm@yahoo.co.in
 Website   https://www.nitm.in 

 

ED NOTE: COUNTRIES BY ALPHA [STARTING WITH INDIA-LAOS-NEPAL-SRI LANKA]

LAOS
Laos is a Southeast Asian country traversed by the Mekong River and is known for its mountainous terrain, French colonial architecture, hill tribe settlements, and Buddhist monasteries. Tea originated in Yunnan, North Laos, and Myanmar, and ancient stock remains in the northern forests tended by the Hmong people. ED NOTE: Diana, this is a useful background link here: https://journal.rishi-tea.com/laos-forest-tea/

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