Happy Valley Tea Estate

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  • Address: Lebong Cart Rd, Chauk Bazaar, Darjeeling, West Bengal 734101, India
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 0354-8089070752
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Garden, View Point, Leisure, Family And Kids

The Happy Valley Tea Estate is a famous garden made for the production of tea in Darjeeling. It is considered to be the oldest tea estate in Darjeeling along with being one of the highest tea producers of the world. Currently it is owned by a company but it is open for tourists.

The tea leaves are of top notch quality in taste and smell. The whole place is always filled with the headyaroma of the tea leaves. The technology and tools used to produce tea in the garden are also worth observing. The uneven slope of the garden spreads over 400 acres.

The tea estate also has well-furnished bungalows. This tea plantation which is fifteen minutes away from the heart of Darjeeling is well maintained and truly a treat to the eyes. It is located in the north of Darjeeling from where a clear view of mount Kanchenjunga is possible. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Darjeeling itinerary 1 day.

  • No entry fee, you will need to take a guide for which there is a small fee.

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  • Happy Valley Tea Estate Address: Lebong Cart Rd, Chauk Bazaar, Darjeeling, West Bengal 734101, India
  • Happy Valley Tea Estate Contact Number: 0354-8089070752
  • Happy Valley Tea Estate Timing: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Happy Valley Tea Estate Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Happy Valley Tea Estate: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 45.22% of people who visit Darjeeling include Happy Valley Tea Estate in their plan

  • 59.68% of people start their Happy Valley Tea Estate visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Happy Valley Tea Estate

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Happy Valley Tea Estate

People normally club together Rangeet Valley Passenger Ropeway and Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park while planning their visit to Happy Valley Tea Estate.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Happy Valley Tea Estate one of the oldest tea estate. Amazing experience to visit, mesmerizing view of tea garden. For visit Rs. 100/- entry pass have to purchase. Tour guide will provide you all tea process details. Also you can live process of tea making. After tour completion they will provide to different- different kind of tea for taste. You can purchase Tea and Souvenir items from there.

  • Good hospitality. They explain to us on the process of making a tea, different brew produced different grade of tea. 95% are for export but you will be able to buy from then directly. You may get down to their tea plantation area for some visiting and pictures taking

  • Very firstly kindly do not drive on your own to the Tea estate, no matter how experienced you might be. Kindly board a local taxi for the visit. Entry pass Rs 100/- for the estate which inc guided tours of tea making process and tea tasting. It is one of the oldest tea estates in Darjelling.

  • U need to pay RS 100/person to visit the factory. The guide will explain the procedure of how tea leaves are dried and made ready to use. Take the free taxi ride to the tea estate. It will take you about an hour to complete the whole trip.

  • We walked first from Robertson road to the zoo... and then went down to the tea estate. The tea gardens are on a a slope with that city on the upper side which is a rather surreal experience. But the tour is short with larger gaps in explanation. The tea tasting is a ritual that most people complete without even understanding what they are doing and why. The intricacies of tea manufacture are left out. No photography is allowed which leaves an Indian tourist a bit discontent.

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