The vast stretch of green lush tea gardens planted during the British era is a major attraction here. The tea estate is surrounded by dense forest as well as splendid flower gardens. The ancient British Tea Bungalow looks jaw-dropping with its exquisite green lawns and flower gardens.
Nearby tourist interest places can also be explored such as Gorumara National Park, Kalimpong, Suntalekhola, Lava, Rishop, etc. Sightseeing places like Delo Hill, Cactus Nursery, Dr Graham’s Home, Coronation Bridge, the Buddhist Monastery, numerous Himalayan birds are some of the fines attractions one can savor here.
You will never get bored at all while spending a memorable weekend at Fagu Tea Bungalow. Stroll around the tea estate, watch tea plucking and processing of tea from the leaves at the factory. Riverside picnic is another great activity to do here with your friends and family. The village is connected with several trekking trails. Hence, you can indulge in various trekking and hiking exploration trips to nearby reserve forest areas, hilly terrains and waterfalls. Bird watching while listening to the exotic and melodious chirping of them is another worth mentioning activity to do here.
Located about 75 km away from NJP, Fagu Tea Estate is easily accessible by road. Get a taxi from Siliguri, NJP or Bagdogra through Coronation Bridge to Malbazar or Damdim and finally to Gorubathan, the nearest village of Fagu.
The ancient Fagu Tea Bungalow is more than 100 years old and was built during the colonial period. This British architecture offers the finest accommodation. It provides spacious rooms along with well-maintained lawn, where you can idle away your whole day, relishing the picturesque natural beauty.
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