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Three Day Darjeeling Industrial Tour Itinerary

Day 1, Arrive at Darjeeling, meet and greet by our representative , transfer to pre-booked hotel, check in , relax a bit, post lunch Darjeeling Industrial Visit at a Tea Factory ,  In Darjeeling, there are approximately 87 functioning tea estates, some of which were established in the year 1850 and have historical value, after visit back to hotel,  Dinner and Night Stay at the Hotel .

Day 2, Get up early and freshen up because there's something even more ferocious waiting for you before your daily meal that you won't want to miss.

You will be escorted up Tiger Hill to watch a common natural phenomenon, but one that is far too captivating to be missed - the sunrise. On a clear day, you can see the sun rising from behind the snow-capped summits of the Great Himalayan range, turning Mt. Kanchendzonga pinkish-gold in colour. So, at that point, all you have to do is hold your breath and keep shooting Pictures.

Be back at the hotel, after breakfast  you will also get to visit the 135-year old Ghoom Monastery, the Batasia Loop and the famous War Memorial dedicated to the martyred soldiers of Indian defence services. followed by free time for Shopping , Dinner and Night stay at the Hotel

Day 3, After a substantial breakfast at the hotel, complete the check-out procedures as the tour comes to a conclusion, free time till noon, you can opt to visit the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute. Tourists, students, and volunteers alike go to the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute to participate in a variety of adventure courses. (Thursday is a closed day.)
Then you can go to some of Darjeeling's other famous and must-see sights, such as the Padmaja N. Zoological Garden (closed Thursday) and the Tibetan Refugee Centre (Sunday closed).
Finally, a stroll along Mall Road and shopping in the market allows you to soak in the hustle and bustle of this hill station while also collecting items to take home.

Post visit time for shopping and then drop at railway station or bus stop , board bus or train to your destination.

Note : This is Just a Proposed itinerary and might change as per various reason like arrival and departure timing, Jaipur industrial visit dates and timings etc

Darjeeling gardens have a long history dating back to 1847, when the then-government decided to establish Darjeeling Tea nursery for experimentation and improvement. By 1852, Darjeeling had established its first enterprise with three Darjeeling Tea Estates: Tukvar, Steinthal, and Aloobari. Darjeeling Tea Estates sprang up quickly, and there are now over 80 tea estates in Darjeeling. Some have shut down, but there are still more than 80.

Darjeeling Tea is now regarded as one of the best teas in the world, savoured by tea enthusiasts all over the world. Darjeeling, the Queen of the Hills, produces a little amount of tea, and each one is unique due to the climate, soil, slope, mountain mist, and rain.

Darjeeling Tea can only be cultivated and manufactured in Darjeeling, India.
Darjeeling Tea production begins in the field. Women employees start plucking the leaves early in the morning, while the leaves are still wet. Walking women's spirals progressively twist, then unfold to form a line. Every day, the tea is harvested as fresh as the crisp green leaves will allow. On the canvas of the Earth, the tea bushes are magical messages. A storey of greatness, brewed cup by cup with the caring attention of the workers. Unchanging tradition has pampered it to state-of-the-art perfection. Quality that is admired all across the world.

Darjeeling's earth sings for you. The ladies pluckers smile, as the sun rises over the gardens in the glow of their joy. The Kanchenjunga snows loom behind them, set against the golden early sky.

The gardens are cleansed by pure mountain rain and touched by dense clouds and chilly mountain air. Rain falls on the leaves, singing a green song, while the earth exhales its warm breath. Only in this climate does Darjeeling Tea produce its sought-after delicate fragrance. The sun's rays change the mist into dew pearls on the leaves at daybreak, when the birds begin their morning melodies.

list of Tea Factory and Estates in Darjeeling

 

  1. Darjeeling East
  2. Arya Tea Estate
  3. Chongtong Tea Estate 
  4. Dhooteriah Tea Estate 
  5. Kalej Valley Tea Estate 
  6. Liza Hill Tea Estate 
  7. Lingia Tea Estate
  8. Marybong Tea Estate 
  9. Mim Tea Estate, Darjeeling Mim
  10. Orange Valley (Bloomfield Tea Estate) 
  11. Pussimbing Tea Estate 
  12. Risheehat Tea Estate
  13. Rungmook / Cedars Tea Estate 
  14. Tumsong Tea Estate
  15. Darjeeling West
  16. Badamtam Tea Estate
  17. Bannockburn Tea Estate 
  18. Barnesbeg Tea Estate 
  19. Ging Tea Estate 
  20. Happy Valley Tea Estate
  21. North Tukvar
  22. Pandam Tea Estate 
  23. Phoobshering Tea Estate 
  24. Puttabong Tea Estate 
  25. Rangaroon Tea Estate 
  26. Rungneet Tea Estate 
  27. Singtom Tea Estate 
  28. Soom Tea Estate 
  29. Steinthal Tea Estate
  30. Kurseong (North)
  31. Ambootia Tea Garden
  32. Balasun Tea Garden 
  33. Eden Vale Tea Garden 
  34. Dilaram Tea Garden 
  35. Margaret's Hope Tea Garden 
  36. Moondakotee Tea Garden
  37. Oaks Tea Garden
  38. Ringtong Tea Garden
  39. Springside Tea Garden
  40. Kurseong South
  41. Castleton Tea Garden
  42. Giddapahar Tea Garden
  43. Goomtee Tea Garden
  44. Jogmaya Tea Garden
  45. Jungpana Tea Garden
  46. Longview (High Lands) Tea Garden
  47. Mahalderam Tea Garden
  48. Makaibari Tea Garden
  49. Mohan Majhua Tea Garden
  50. Monteviot Tea Garden
  51. Mullootar Tea Garden
  52. Narbada Majhua Tea Garden
  53. Nurbong Tea Garden
  54. Rohini Tea Garden
  55. Selim Hill Tea Garden
  56. Seepoydhura Tea Garden
  57. Sivitar Tea Garden
  58. Tindharia Tea Garden
  59. Mirik
  60. Gopaldhara Tea Estate
  61. Ghayabaree and Millikthong Tea Estate
  62. Okayti Tea Estate
  63. Phuguri Tea Estate
  64. Seeyok Tea Estate
  65. Singbulli Tea Estate
  66. Thurbo Tea Estate
  67. Upper Fagu
  68. Avongrove Tea Garden 
  69. Chamong Tea Garden 
  70. Dhajea Tea Garden 
  71. Nagri Tea Garden 
  72. Nagri Farm Tea Garden
  73. Selimbong Tea Garden
  74. Sungma Tea Garden 
  75. Turzum Tea Garden
  76. Teesta Valley Tea Garden
  77. Tukdah Tea Garden
  78. Upper Fagu Tea Garden
  79. Teesta
  80. Ambiok (Hillton)
  81. Gielle Tea Garden
  82. Glenburn Tea Garden 
  83. Kumai (Snow View) Tea Garden 
  84. Lopchu Peshok Tea Garden
  85. Namring and upper Namring Tea Garden
  86. Runglee Rungliot Tea Garden
  87. Samebeong Tea Garden

Darjeeling is a city in the Indian state of West Bengal, as well as a municipality. It is located at an elevation of 2,000 metres in the Lesser Himalayas (6,560 ft). The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a narrow-gauge mountain railway on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is known for its tea industry, magnificent views of the world's third-highest mountain, Kangchenjunga, and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. Darjeeling is the capital of the Darjeeling district, which is part of West Bengal's Gorkhaland Territorial Administration and has a partially autonomous status. In India, it is also a renowned tourist site.

During the East India Company's rule in India in the early 1800s, a sanatorium and a military depot were built in the area. Following that, large tea plantations were built, with tea growers cultivating black tea hybrids and adopting new fermenting procedures. Darjeeling tea developed into an internationally recognised brand that is now among the world's most popular black teas. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, which connects the town to the North Bengal plains, was constructed in 1881 and is home to some of India's last remaining steam locomotives.

How to Reach Darjeeling

 

Darjeeling is one of India's most visited hill stations. Weekenders and the brave who go out on the enormous journey to Sandakphu are the most common visitors. Many visitors are drawn in by the unusual blend of heritage and modernity. Nonetheless, getting to Darjeeling is not difficult. Darjeeling tourism is booming, and the big hill station is encircling the hues of many other North Bengal and Sikkim hill places. The Gorumara National Park is also approximately 140 kilometres from Darjeeling. The distance between Siliguri and Darjeeling is roughly 70 kilometres, while the distance between New Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling is approximately 75 kilometres. Traveling from Bagdogra Airport requires a distance of around 100 kilometres.

What is the best way to get to Darjeeling by air?


Darjeeling's nearest airport is Bagdogra, which is roughly 95 kilometres away.
Darjeeling has some direct flights from cities such as Kolkata, Delhi, and Guwahati.
Taxis can be hired from the airport to get into the city.
The journey from the airport to Darjeeling will take over three hours.
All major cities have flights available.

What is the best way to get to Darjeeling by train?

Darjeeling's nearest railway station is New Jalpaiguri, which connects the city to the rest of the country. Kolkata, Delhi, Guwahati, Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Bhubaneshwar, and Kochi are among the cities with trains. To get to Darjeeling, people can take private cabs from the station.

What is the best way to get to Darjeeling by road?

Darjeeling is well connected to some of the nearby major cities, such as Gangtok and Kalimpong, which are 100 kilometres and 51 kilometres apart, respectively. The city is also linked to Kolkata, which is 651 kilometres away and takes 14 hours to arrive. Kathmandu, Nepal's main city, is only 310 kilometres distant from this lovely spot. The city can be reached by bus or taxi from the airport.

Best Time to visit Darjeeling

 

Best time to visit Darjeeling?

Darjeeling is best visited between April and June, when the weather is agreeable. Many visitors, however, choose to visit the area during the winter months of October through December. Showers are nice in the months of July and August. The hill station experiences a lot of obstacles due to severe rainfall, thus visiting Darjeeling during these months is not recommended.

The months of October through March see a dramatic change in the weather, with a mild chill in the air towards the end of October. Mid-November through January is the coldest time of year, with temperatures ranging from 7 to 5 degrees Celsius.

Summer in the city begins in April and ends in June. Darjeeling is nice and not overly hot throughout these months. At its highest point, the temperature reaches 25 degrees. It's perfect for exploring tourist attractions because of the strong sunlight.

September is a great time to visit because there is less rain and the vegetation is at its peak at this time of year.

 

Industrial Visit to Darjeeling

Travel to

the land of Exotic Tea

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The charming hill station of Darjeeling, in West Bengal, is a popular tourism destination, sprawled over a high mountain crest and dotted with endless stretches of emerald green tea estates.
The spectacular Kanchenjunga or Khangchendzonga, the world’s third tallest peak, is the most popular attraction here.
Tourists go to adjacent summits to see Kanchenjunga’s spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Darjeeling has colonial-era building relics that have their own beauty.
The 140-year-old Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, which meanders through some of the most awe-inspiring vistas in and around the hill station, is one of the greatest ways to visit the city.

Darjeeling is derived from the Tibetan terms ‘Dorje’ which means thunderbolt and ‘ling’ which means land. As a result, Darjeeling is known as the “Land of Thunderbolt.” Darjeeling was a part of Sikkim and Nepal for a time before being purchased by the East India Company in 1835. Initially, the city was dominated by Sikkim’s monarchs, who were fighting the Gorkhas, or native warrior clan, in conflicts. Captain Lloyd of the British government was stationed in the area and was so taken with the beauty of the hills that he advocated building a sanatorium right away. The British impact in Darjeeling so began. Darjeeling developed in importance as the British’s summer getaway in the mid-nineteenth century.

Darjeeling Tea . As mystical and exotic as the hills themselves. A centuries-old tradition with a mystique that pervades every sip. Feel lighthearted as you walk into the misty mountains. Darjeeling Teas’ unparalleled quality is the product of its locational climate, soil conditions, altitude, and painstaking processing, which began in the early 1800s. Every year, about 10 million kg are grown on 17,500 hectares of land. The tea has its own distinct perfume, a distinctive scent that envelops the senses. Darjeeling tea is prized by tea enthusiasts all over the world. Darjeeling Tea, like many luxury brands, is coveted all over the world.

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Darjeeling Tea can only be cultivated and manufactured in Darjeeling, India.
Darjeeling Tea production begins in the field. Women employees start plucking the leaves early in the morning, while the leaves are still wet. Walking women’s spirals progressively twist, then unfold to form a line. Every day, the tea is harvested as fresh as the crisp green leaves will allow. On the canvas of the Earth, the tea bushes are magical messages. A storey of greatness, brewed cup by cup with the caring attention of the workers. Unchanging tradition has pampered it to state-of-the-art perfection. Quality that is admired all across the world.

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