Glenburn Tea Estate

Address: Dist. and Post Office Darjeeling, Darjeeling, West Bengal, 734101, India | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Dist. and Post Office Darjeeling, Darjeeling, is near Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Mirik, Barbotey Rock Garden, and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary.
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      Travel Blogs from Darjeeling

      Glenburn: a heavenly little plantation retreat

      A travel blog entry by smeelog on May 17, 2014

      10 photos

      I sometimes think we're like hobbits going on an adventure:

      "What is finer than flying?" said his eagle. Bilbo would have liked to say: "A warm bath and late breakfast on the lawn afterwards".

      As we sit here, taking a leisurely afternoon tea on the veranda, my gaze drawn over the tea estate by a pair of dancing butterflies, I can' …

      Singalila trek - Day 3 and 4

      A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Apr 11, 2013

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      Day Three: Kala Pokhari (3106m) to Sandakphu (3636) - 6km (or maybe 9km!)
      Although we would be trekking to the highest point on the trail today, this was likely to be an easy day. When we had fiddled with the distances whilst planning the trek, this is where we had made the most gains; just 6k's to cover on day three. So unless the altitude affected either of us, today would be a breeze.
      We began the day with our now familiar pre-breakfast walk to see ...

      My Darling Darjeeling

      A travel blog entry by scroggins on Sep 17, 2012

      23 photos

      ... given a brown bag filled with puffed rice and sugared nuts along with a 'tikka', a lucky rice and purple berry offering squashed on our foreheads like a bindu. It did not take long before these gazebos were mostly filled with very drunk taxi drivers dancing as if no one was watching. This was all in the name of Vijaya Dashami festival, which celebrates metal in all its glorious forms. I even saw an entire family worshiping their car engine holding incense with the bonnet up. ...

      Toy Trains, Tea & Tigers

      A travel blog entry by jameshardy88 on Mar 01, 2012

      214 photos

      ... was as it turned out though worth the wait. We had great fun chugging along the side of the mountain as we headed towards the small neighbouring village of Ghoom. The train kept a pretty steady pace similar to a fast jog. Not particularly impressive you may think but considering the landscape it was covering it did a pretty good job. This rail track pretty much single handedly opened up Darjeeling and its surrounding villages to the rest of the world, changing ...

      Day 20 - Tea mazes aplenty

      A travel blog entry by mereldzi on Sep 21, 2011

      46 photos

      ... minutes and three turns for us to be grateful to have him along for the ride; by then it was already painfully obvious the map would have gotten us nowhere. We twisted and turned into different small roads and before we knew it were even walking through what was basically an overgrown river. These people must thrive on giving incomplete information.
      The stream led us to a sudden amazing view of the surrounding hills. This area ...