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If you have visited tea gardens in San Antonio or anywhere in the world but want a slightly unique experience, here’s a chance to “Immerse Yourself In The Beauty of These Indian Tea Gardens” whenever you plan to visit India.

A regular trip to the vast stretches of tea plantations in India is about a walk through them discovering the various types of tea and sampling your favorite brew.

These are the ones that deserve a chance:

1. Darjeeling, West Bengal

Dotingly called “Queen of the Hills”, Darjeeling lies to the northeast of India, among the great Himalayas, in the state of West Bengal where the breath of the Himalayas surrounds the traveler and the deep green valleys sing all around.

While Darjeeling is a quintessential hill station in West Bengal is also where the world’s most fabled tea is born. A tea that echoes mystery and magic in every sip. Darjeeling tea gardens are the most scenic tea gardens in India. But apart from the mesmerizing tea gardens, there’s much to distract the traveler: quaint eateries, age-old bakeries, hidden markets, and vibrant, busy lanes.

If you are a tea lover, perhaps your morning cup of tea comes from Darjeeling. And there is no better place to enjoy that cup of tea than in the lap of the Himalayas. So, pay attention, perhaps Darjeeling is calling you.

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2. Valprai, Tamil Nadu

Located in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu, Valparai is an offbeat yet tranquil hill station in the Anamalai Hills whose alluring picturesque sights entice travelers from all over the country making it one of the sought-after destinations in the south of Western Ghats.

Valparai is close to Pollachi with vast areas of tea plantations amidst a thick reserve forest nurturing a unique flora and fauna where traveling towards Valparai through the spectacular winding forest road in between the rich green tea gardens, you will have a soul-quenching experience from the magnificent presence of streams, dams, valleys, waterfalls, tall mountains, and the mesmerizing grasslands.

Also, the tea estates in Valparai are known for producing high-quality tea that is exported to various parts of the world. The tea estate garden in Valparai is a must-visit for anyone traveling to the region. So, don’t forget to add Valparai to your bucket list.

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3. Munnar, Kerala

Perched at several feet over the sea level and boasting of misty skies above and green carpeted fields below, Munnar is a popular hill station in Kerala known for its tranquil environment, pleasant weather, and scenic natural beauty, as much as its tea gardens.

Sprawling over vast acres of land, you may stroll through wide swaths of grassland, and the numerous tea plantations will entice you with their captivating beauty and charm.

Also, when visiting Munnar, don’t forget to stop at the Tea Museum. It is India’s first tea museum and the umpteen tea plantations of Munnar are sure to lure you with their bewitching beauty and charm. If not, they also, always have a steaming cup of tea to offer while you stay and stare at the paradise-like setting in front of you.

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4. Ooty, Tamil Nadu


Dotted with tea gardens, serene waterfalls, winding country lanes, and charming colonial architecture, Ooty – the Queen of Hills, is one of the most famous hill stations in Tamil Nadu.

It has got mountains, gardens as well as lakes. And Ooty also has tea estates, acres of it, spread all around the town.

Although you can stop to enjoy the hypnotizing aroma and mesmerizing views at numerous places, the Tea Estate View Point near Doddabetta Peak is worth a visit.

Sheltering some of India’s most beautiful plantations, the aromatic tea estates in Ooty are sculpted along terraced valleys of the Nilgiris where you can click photos of the tea plantations across the slopes and also, walk down the trails to feel the tea leaves for real.

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