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We are tucked away from the hustle-bustle of the real world. The privileges that come with being in the middle of 1600 acres of tea plantation, facing more than 100 Himalayan peaks including Mount Kanchenjunga, are aplenty. To this end, our guests have exclusive access to each of the following activities:

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Just a 5 minute drive away from your room, the 360 Point (a view point) gives visitors a stunning, panoramic view of the breathtaking beauty that our tea estate and the surrounding Himalayas offer. One can see more than 100 Himalayan peaks, including Mount Kanchenjunga, spanning 4 countries (India, China, Nepal, Bhutan), the whole of Darjeeling town, vast valleys, several other tea estates, waterfalls, and a variety of flora and fauna from this spot. Needless to say, this view point is a must visit. If the weather is clear, you will see the scenery described above. If it is cloudy, you will have the pleasure of "dining among the clouds", as we call it. We arrange for a picnic lunch at this spot. We also arrange trips here to see sunrise (the sunrise trips are complimentary, unlike the actual picnics).


Cost: Rs. 1,500 per head, includes lunch and car transfers to and fro.

*Please note, during the off season, the tea bushes may not have any leaves/may have less leaves on them, so you may not get the same level of greenery as shown here.



Just 75 minutes away from your room, Tiger Hill is the 4th highest peak in West Bengal (8,600 ft) and is home to the 2nd best motorable view point of the Himalayan peaks. From here, you can see 4 of the world's 5 highest mountains (including Everest and Kanchenjunga) right ahead of you. The sunrise at Tiger Hill is even more spectacular, as you see the peaks changing colours from pink to orange to silver and finally white.


You can see a vlog on Tiger Hill by clicking here. 

We arrange for a picnic breakfast or lunch at this spot.


Cost: Rs. 6,000 per couple, includes a meal and car transfers to and fro.


We are excited to offer our guests the chance to witness the processes that give us tea as we see it in our cups. Each guest is shown how tea is withered, rolled, steamed, fermented, dried and sorted. Each such session lasts between 1–2 hours, depending on the size of the touring group. This tour takes place without operating machines in winter, as no tea is produced during that time, while it takes place with operating during the rest of the year, which is when tea is produced. Furthermore, guests must note that this tour happens early in the morning (usually between 6-8 AM).


Cost: Rs. 2000 per head during the tea production season and Rs. 1000 per head during the off-season for tea production.





Get a first hand experience of tasting the finest Darjeeling teas, as well teas from all other tea-growing regions in India, at our tea tasting session. We teach guests taught how to taste tea, and how to differentiate between different types of teas. The tour comprises 8 different teas, each brewed in 2 different ways, making for a holistic, 16-tea tour experience. Teas of all types, all flushes, all regions, and all tastes are chosen.


Cost: Rs. 1000 per head.




Go out into the tea fields and immerse yourself in the beauty of Darjeeling’s oldest plantations. Not only do guests get to enjoy the breathtaking views on offer, but they also get the opportunity to learn how tea is plucked. 


Cost: Rs. 1000 per head.

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There are 4 trekking paths that are part of the resort area, covering a 1600-acre stretch of land with 22 kilometres of walking distance. Each trekking path offers breathtaking views of the great Himalayan peaks, including the Kanchenjunga, along with other waterfalls, forests, etc. Guests have the option to take a local guide along with a picnic basket, so that they can take a break and enjoy fresh snacks.


Cost: Rs. 1000 per head.


Located 20 minutes away, Darjeeling town hosts a variety of attractions that a tourist should explore. An exhaustive list of these is given here. We arrange transportation to and fro these places. Guests should inform the management if they need to avail our transport services.



Singtom’s cozy setting makes for a great place to read some great books and play board games (Monopoly is an in-house favourite, along with Scotland Yard) or cards. Furthermore, we also have a badminton court and a table tennis table to enjoy a bit of sports as well as a lawn on which you can relax.


Cost: Complimentary

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