Tea Gardens Assam, Tea Garden Bungalow, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The hard working Tea garden workers at a Local Tea Estate ~ Assam ~ India

In India and around the World, a cup of freshly brewed Tea is a common requirement of every household in the mornings. Assam Tea, which has a rich history is satisfying its consumers because of its unique taste and flavor has found its place in every kitchen to bring in the required dose of freshness. Across the World, people have once in their life tasted the fresh flavor of Assam tea that has a rich past and has been able to satisfy its customers from India and abroad. Visitors to Assam these days have started to witness the wide plethora of offerings of tea tourism Assam has to offer from staying in heritage Tea Bungalows, visiting the lush green tea gardens, plucking tea leaves with the tea worker, visiting a heritage tea factory and knowing the process involved in producing tea from its leaves, etc. The tea gardens of Assam with their lush greenery, the colonial past of the heritage tea estates and tea bungalows built during the British Raj, the tanned ethnic people and their rich culture along with music and dance are gradually attracting vast number of tourists to Assam along with the heritage UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park.

The people of Assam had known the process of tea brewing much before the arrival of the British in India. The Singpho people of Assam had their traditional Tea Phalap where the tea was brewed in a different style by first heating the leaves in a metal pan until they turn to a brownish tone and then allowing the tea leaves to dry out in the sun for a few days. In order to make the more the Tea more flavorful the dried tea leaves are again tightly packed in bamboo tubes and again smoked over a fire. After a week of storing tea in these bamboos, the processed tea gardens to take the shape of the tube. It can then be preserved for up to 10 years, with small portions sliced off with a knife to brew a fresh cup of tea. This form of Tea is called Phalap and it imparts a delectable flavor to the tea.

Tea Gardens Assam, Tea Garden Bungalow, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The lush green heritage Tea gardens of Assam ~ Margherita ~ Assam ~ India

Assam in the second largest producer of tea in the World after China and due to its climate Assam is the only region in the World where tea is grown on plains. Robert Bruce the pioneer who discovered tea in the wild forests of Assam in 1823 was put in touch with the Singpho village chief by Maniram Dewan and the supply of tea to Europe started from henceforth. Today, Assam has become the largest tea producing region in the World. The city of Jorhat in Assam is called the Tea capital of the World due to the presence of numerous tea estates in and around its vicinity. Assam alone produces 16% of the World’s tea and is about 54% of India’s tea production to be followed by Darjeeling and Kerala.

Assam today has over 830 big tea estates with 529 tea factories. In the recent years thes tea estates have opened up their camus to visitors and their bungalows play host to guests from across the World where visitors can spend ample time around the tea gardens, enjoy nature walks and trekking. They can also play a game of golf at the luxurious golf courses and also interact with the tea workers and indulge in their fun and festivities.

Tea Gardens Assam, Tea Garden Bungalow, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The Bogapani Tea Estate in Upper Assam ~ Margherita ~ Assam ~ India

The following are the list of golf courses in Assam which are within or in close proximity to the Heritage Tea Gardens of Assam ~

  • Jorhat Gymkhana Club, Jorhat, Assam
  • Bishnauth Gymkhana Club, Biswanath, Assam
  • Borsola, Sonitpur, Assam
  • East Boroi Club, Biswanath, Assam
  • Thakurbari Club, Sonitpur, Assam
  • Mangaldoi Polo & Golf Club, Darrang, Assam
  • North Lakhimpur Planter’s Club, Darrang, Assam
  • Misa Planter’s Club, Nagaon, Assam
  • Seleng District Club, Sivasagar, Assam
  • Sonari Gymkhana Club, Sivasagar, Assam
  • Tingrai Golf Club, Tinsukia, Assam
  • Samdang Golf Club, Tinsukia
  • Kanjikoah Golf Club, Tinsukia
  • Dibrugarh & District Planter’s Club, Dibrugarh
  • Margherita Golf Club, Margherita
  • Naharkatia Golf Club, Dibrugarh
  • Moran Golf Club, Dibrugarh
  • Zaloni Golf Club, Dibrugarh
  • Dhunseri Golf & Polo Club, Golaghat

Awesome Assam Tea Tourism is our unique way of presenting to tourists from around the World an opportunity to witness the process of Tea cultivation and processing across the Lush Tea Gardens of Assam. The State of Assam has 830 big tea estates with 529 estate tea factories and these Tea estates have many Tea tourism aspects which we want the world to witness and cherish. From visiting the Tea gardens to witness their lush greenery to witnessing the process of Tea Manufacturing in one of the prestigious Tea Factories, we bring forth to you an organized Tea Garden tour along with a visit to the Kaziranga National Park to see the pride of Assam in person – the One Horned Indian Rhinoceros. Pamper yourself by staying in the colonial Bungalows of the British Era that stand as relics of British colonial heritage. Spend your day sipping on the finest of factory fresh Assam tea and evenings by the Bonfire enjoying the culture of the ethnic people with their distinct rhythmic music and dance.

Heritage Tea Garden Bungalows of Assam ~

1| The Burra Sahib Bungalow at the Kaziranga Golf Resort

Tea Gardens Assam, Tea Garden Bungalow, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The Kaziranga Golf Resort at Jorhat ~ Jorhat ~ Assam ~ India

Awesome Assam Tea Tourism presents to you the KAZIRANGA GOLF RESORT. Located near Jorhat – ‘the Tea Capital of the World’ this is an ideal stay option for tourists who choose to live in a Colonial area environment. This resort was once a Heritage Bungalow of the legacy British regime in Assam. The ‘BURRA SAHIB’s BUNGALOW’ within the Resort premises now serves as a clubhouse. Colonial style cottages add to the charm of the resort that will ensure your comfortable stay after a day’s Jungle Safari at Kaziranga National Park. The Golf course here is one of the finest in the country which is an 18 hole, par 71 golf course in the midst of a tea garden is a first of its kind in the world and developed on a 150 acre site. Equipped with Fine dining, a wellness spa, indoor games and an uninterrupted view of the pristine surrounds and idyllic setting make this facility a ‘must visit’ destination. While at the Bungalow enjoy a Tea Tour into the nearby Tea Gardens of Jorhat and experience your hand at Tea Plucking. Also pay a visit to Tocklai Tea Research Institute to witness the detailed processes involved in Tea manufacturing all from its growth, diseases, pests, soil, and sun issues.

2| The Thengal Manor at Jorhat

Tea Gardens Assam, Tea Garden Bungalow, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The Thengal Manor Heritage Tea Bungalow at Jorhat ~ Jorhat ~ Assam ~ India

Awesome Assam Tea Tourism presents to you the THENGAL MANOR HERITAGE TEA BUNGALOW. Located at the Tea Town of Jorhat, the THENGAL MANOR is an example of Colonial Era Luxury redefined! Built in 1929, this Bungalow is a pride of the Tea Gardens of Assam. Thengal Manor offers you the unique pleasure of gracious living in the lap of nature. There are four double Deluxe Rooms and one single Superior Room, all with attached dressing room and baths. It offers fireplaces in all the bedrooms, drawing room and the dining room.

Across from this regal mansion is located a typical Assamese village of Jalukonibari. Visit the local village and peep into the homes of metal-working artisans & master weavers, whose exquisite work may never be seen by eyes beyond this village, except yours. The exquisite handicrafts crafted by these local artisans can be carried back as a memorabilia reminding you of your cherished visit to Assam and your pampered stay at the Majestic Thengal Manor!

 3| The Wild Mahseer Heritage Bungalow at Tezpur

Tea Gardens Assam, Tea Garden Bungalow, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The Wild Mahseer Heritage Tea Bungalow at Balipara ~ Tezpur ~ Assam ~ India

Tezpur is a city far away from the Hustle and Bustle of any normal city. Located by the banks of the River Brahmaputra amidst the lush Tea gardens of Assam, this city has been the hub of Assamese Literature and Art. Tezpur is the cleanest city of Assam which make it one of most ideal destinations for Assam Tea Tourism.

The Heritage Tea Garden Bungalow of Wild Mahseer is located at Balipara on the outskirts of the city of Tezpur. This Bungalow offers a quaint retreat for ardent Tea Lovers pampered by the grandeur lifestyle of the Heritage British Era in Assam. From well dressed Butlers to continental loving Chefs this place takes you on an Erotic journey of Assam Tea from visiting Tea Gardens, the well organized Tea factories and the Tea Tribes of Assam.

4| The Heritage Wathai Tea Bungalow at Tinsukia

Tea Gardens Assam, Tea Garden Bungalow, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The Wathai Tea Bungalow at Tinsukia ~ Tinsukia ~ Assam ~ India

Tea Gardens, Tea Gardens, Tea Gardens and more Tea Gardens. This is what you see all around you when you choose to visit Upper Assam. Starting your journey from Dibrugarh upto the far end corner of Jagun, the lush cover of Tea Gardens all around will make you want to extend your stay to continue breathing in the fresh fragrance of Tea every morning!

The Heritage Wathai Tea Garden Bungalow brought forward by Awesome Assam Tea Tourism is an ideal retreat for a stop over while visiting the Grandeur of the British Raj in Upper Assam. The Quaint surroundings, the lazy lifestyle, lip-smacking traditional delicacies along with the warm hospitality of the staff here is a prime USP of this place during the Assam Tea Garden Tour. Continue your onward journey after a pampered stay here to visit Digboi, the Dhola-Sadiya Bridge, Margherita, Namdapha National Park and the Easternmost frontiers of India at Walong and Dong.

5| The Singpho Eco Lodge at Margherita

Tea Gardens Assam, Tea Garden Bungalow, Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The Singpho Eco Lodge at Inthong Village ~ Margherita ~ Assam ~ India

Awesome Assam Tea Tourism welcomes you to the Singpho Eco Lodge at Inthong Village, Margherita. Although this is not a Heritage Tea Bungalow of Assam, the Singpho Eco Lodge is an Eco tourism initiative by the founders of the Assam Tea. The Singpho community were the first cultivators of Tea in Assam and they have an altogether different method Tea brewing as compared to all of us. The Singphos, a tribal community residing in parts of Northeast India, Myanmar, and China, are believed to be among India’s first tea drinkers. To this day, the Singpho people of Margherita continue to process tea by first heating the leaves in a metal pan until they turn to a brownish tone and then allowing the tea leaves to dry out in the sun for a few days. In order to make the more the Tea more flavorful the dried tea leaves are again tightly packed in bamboo tubes and again smoked over a fire. After a week of storing tea in these bamboos, the processed tea gardens to take the shape of the tube. It can then be preserved for up to 10 years, with small portions sliced off with a knife to brew a fresh cup of tea. This form of Tea is called Phalap and it imparts a delectable flavor to the tea. The Assam Tea which already has a magical fragrance and taste to it become more flavorful and healthy in this way. This form of tea is brewed by just adding the tea in boiling water without any sugar or milk. To add flavor to the taste buds while drinking it a piece of jaggery is offered along with the cup of this tea.

While at the Singpho Eco Lodge you may visit the nearby Singpho Village and learn about their traditional customs and practices. They are expert weavers and their skill can be seen in the exquisite varieties of Handicrafts and Handlooms they weave. The nearby Ketetong Village has the highest number of Tribe concentration in North East India.

Itinerary for your Tour of Tea Gardens & Tea Bungalows of Assam ~ 

Day 1 ~ Guwahati

Our Tea garden exploration Itinerary of Assam starts with your arrival at the Guwahati airport. From the airport we drive to the Holy Maa Kamakhya Temple situated atop the Nilachal Hills in Guwahati. One of the most revered Temple shrines of North East India – the Maa Kamakhya Temple is one among the 51 Shakti Peethas of the Indian Subcontinent. Take a tour of the temple shrine and visit the inside sanctum of the Maa Kamakhya Temple to seek blessings of Goddess Kamakhya. After your temple darshan we travel to Guwahati city where your stay will be arranged at a beautiful Bungalow style homestay at Chandmari – Prabhakar Homestay. The owners of the homestay are among the elite personnel of Assam and they host guests from across the World here. Enjoy a sumptous lunch here at the Prabhakar Homestay. In the late afternoon we will visit the Guwahati World War II Cemetery. This war cemetery built and maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Mission has over 500 burials of the brave soldiers of the British Army who laid down their lives during the World War II. This war cemetery was the only war cemetery that had burials of the soldiers of he Imperial Japanese Army. In the evening we will travel to the banks of the river Brahmaputra at Uzaan Bazaar in Guwahati to watch a beautiful sunset.

Night Stay: Prabhakar Homestay

Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2 ~ Guwahati – Balipara

After breakfast we drive to the Balipara area near Tezpur from Guwahati. On the way we make a stop at the banks of the Brahmaputra river near Koliabhumura bridge where we got to sight endangered river dolphin species. Later we travel to Balipara area to check into the Wild Mahseer Tea garden Bungalow at the Addabarie tea estate in Balapara. Enjoy a sumptuous lunch here at the Wild Mahseer. Evening free to visit the nearby tea gardens.

Night Stay: Wild Mahseer

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 3 ~ Balipara – Nameri National Park – Balipara

Early morning watch the hardworking tea workers of Addabarie tea estate plucking tea leaves from the tea gardens and try your hand at the intrinsic process of tea plucking here. after a quick cup of fresh tea and head to the Nameri National Park and Tiger Reserve. At Nameri National Park go for a jungle trek escorted by a forest guard into the forest reserves of Nameri admiring the varied flora, fauna and avifauna of Nameri National Park. If you are lucky you might have the charge of sighting tigers, wild elephants and various rare species of birds here at Nameri National Park. After your jungle trek return back to the Wild Mahseer. Late afternoon we go to visit a nearby local village to witness rural life of Assam and ecotourism at its best. Indulge in the life of the villagers and witness the men engaged in exquisite bamboo handicrafts and the women weaving out exquisite traditional handlooms on traditional looms.

Night Stay: Wild Mahseer

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 4 ~ Balipara – Kaziranga National Park

Today we go for a visit the Addabarie tea factory in the morning. At the factory we witness the various processes involved in processing of the freshly plucked tea leaves to final tea that is sent out to the markets. Later we check out from the Wild Mahseer tea bungalow to travel to Kaziranga National Park. A UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Kaziranga National Park is home to the highest population of the endangered One Horned Rhinoceros species of Assam. Along the way sight the majestic tea gardens of Kaziranga. Check into you place of stay at Kaziranga National Park at Mandu – the Escape – a luxurious 3 Star Resort at the Central range of Kaziranga overlooking the lush green mountains of Karbi Anglong. After lunch we proceed to visit a nearby Karbi ethnic village to understand the life of the indigenous Karbi people of Assam. Witness traditional weaving and handicraft making here.

Late afternoon we visit the Kaziranga Orchid and Biodiversity Park – the largest Orchid Park in India. Witness the flowering of various indigenous species of orchids here at the Kaziranga Orchid Park. Also witness traditional weaving of the Mishing people of Assam here along with various traditional bamboo handicrafts of the indigenous people of Assam. Also visit the rice museum, cactus garden and the bamboo garden at the Kaziranga Orchid Park. Your day ends witnessing the closing ceremony of the day here at the park where dance troupes perform the various traditional folk dances of Assam. Return to your resort for night halt.

Night Stay: Mandu – the Escape

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 5 ~ Kaziranga National Park – Jorhat

Today is our day of safari at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kaziranga National Park. Early morning at 6 AM go for an Elephant Safari ride into the interiors of Kaziranga National Park at the Central Safari range. After the elephant safari ride return to your resort for breakfast. After breakfast go for a thrilling jeep safari ride into the interiors of the park at the Eastern Safari range at Agoratoli. Later in the day travel to Jorhat in Upper Assam. Known as the tea capital of the World, Jorhat district is home to numerous tea estates and plantations and produces the highest quantity of tea in Assam. At Jorhat check into the heritage Tea Garden Bungalow – the Thengal Manor. Experience service at its best like in the days of the British Raj once you are at the Thengal Manor. Later in the day visit the Dhekikhowa Bornaghar – Home to the Oldest Burning Oil Lamp in the World and learn about the cult of Neovaishnavism in Assam which was founded and propagated by the great Saint reformer Srimanta Shankardeva and patronized by the Ahom kings. Also visit the Jorhat Gymkhana Club which has the oldest golf course in Asia and the third oldest golf course in the World as well. Return to the Thengal Manor for night halt.

Night Stay: Thengal Manor

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 6 ~ Jorhat – Sivasagar

In the morning visit the nearby tea estates and after breakfast we proceed to the Tocklai Tea Research Institute at Jorhat. Here, we understand the intricate process of how tea is created from the fragrant tea leaves and the various other methods adopted in blending the modern tea varieties as well. Later in the day travel to Sivasagar – the land of the mighty Ahom kings. Sivasagar is about 2 hours drive from Jorhat. At Sivasagar start to relive the moments of the Ahom history by first visiting the Talatal Ghar at Sivasagar. The fortress of the Ahom Kingdom this place housed the brave soldiers of the Ahom army who guarded the kingdom from outside invasions. The unique feature of the Talatal Ghar is the presence of a network of confusing underground mazes (the way out known only to the Ahom army) and that connected to the river banks and the Kareng Ghar palace so that there can be an escape route in case the enemy army conquered the fort speaking of the poweress of the of the engineering construction of the Ahoms back 600 years.

Admire the constructions of the Talatal Ghar and then travel to Rang Ghar. The Grand pavilion of the Ahom kings, the Rang Ghar is the oldest amphitheater in Asia and speaks of the marvel of the engineering construction of the Ahoms. The mortar used to bind the bricks at the Rang Ghar was made using a paste of sticky rice and duck eggs and the bind was so powerful the this monument has been able to survive two major earthquakes of Assam in 1897 and 1950. The Rang Ghar was a unique architecture as the view from top is a panoramic view allowing the kings to watch the events of wrestling, bull fights, cock fights and bihu dance performance from close quarters. Admire the construction of the Rang Ghar and then travel to the Charaideo Maidam – the pyramids of India. The Charaideo Maidam was the royal burials grounds of the Ahom kingdom where the kings were buried along with their valuables. It is also believed that the king’s beloved and loyals like pets, wives and servants were also buried along with the kings (no facts to prove it though) once the King died. There were many burials here but most of them were vandalized by miscreants and only 21 remain protected and preserved by the ASI (Archaeological Survey of India). Take your time exploring the mysteries of the Charaideo Maidam and then head back to Sivasagar after making a stop at the Kareng Ghar – the Royal Castle of the Ahom kingdoms.

Night Stay: Hotel Shiva Palace

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 7 ~ Sivasagar – Tinsukia

Today our journey starts to Tinsukia from Sivasagar. Tinsukia is the commercial capital of Assam and the area around Tinsukia is surrounded by many tea gardens especially the famous Doomdooma tea plantations. The growth output of tea in this area is good and because of this the living standards are high and Doomdooma is one of the wealthy town in Assam. We will cross Dibrugarh and arrive at Tinsukia where we check into the Wathai Memorial Heritage Tea Bungalow. The Wathai Heritage Tea Bungalow is located in the Limbuguri tea estate and is a huge colonial bungalow with elegant living room and huge rooms as well. The Bungalow overlooks the tea gardens of the Limbuguri tea estate and the fragrance of fresh tea leaves is sure to leave you rejuvenated. A serene spot relax at the Wathai Tea Bungalow listening to the chirping of various birds and trying to identify the species as well. Relax and unwind in nature’s lap at the Wathai tea bungalow. Be pampered by the staff here who leave no stone unturned to make your stay here memorable. savor rich flavored tea served in ancient Chinese cutlery and relish home cooked food served in luxury.

Night Stay: Wathai Heritage Tea Garden Bungalow

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 8 ~ Tinsukia – Margherita

Today we head to another National Park of Assam at the Dibru Saikhowa National park. Located at Guijan area near Tinsukia, the Dibru Saikhowa National Park is famous for its population of the Feral horses, Tigers, Leopards,Jungle cat, Sloth bear,Small Indian civet, Malayan giant squirrel, Chinese pangolin, Gangetic dolphins, Slow loris, Assamese macaque, Capped langur, Hoolock gibbon, Asian elephants, wild boar, Sambar deer, hog deer, barking deer, Asiatic water buffalo, etc. This is also a birding paradise that sees thousands of migratory birds flying here every year at the Maguri Beel area. At Dibru Saikhowa National Park take a tour of the National Park onboard a river cruise. Explore the waters of the River Dibru flowing across the park and sighting the endangered River dolphins on your cruise as well (During July to September you can get to lucky to spot the feral horses). If you travel in winters than we head to the Maguri beel to sight migratory birds. After the cruise enjoy your lunch and later take a short hour and a half drive to Margherita at Inthong village to check into the Singpho Eco Lodge here.

The Singphos were the first to discover tea in Assam and their brand of tea called as the ‘Phalap’ has a unique blend of smoky flavor added to tea as their blending process is much different where in the freshly plucked tea leaves are at first heated in metal pans and then left out in the sun to dry for a few days. Later these leaves are stuffed in bamboo tubes and smoked over fire. After a few days of allowing to store these leaves in the bamboo tubes it takes a shape of a cylindrical tube. To make tea a small portion is sliced from the lube and then boiled to prepared tea and served with jaggery. After savoring a cup of the phalap explore the local Sinpho village around and take the opportunity to make new friends here. Night halt at the Singpho Eco Lodge.

Night Stay: Singpho Eco Lodge

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 9 ~ Margherita – Digboi – Margherita

In the morning we explore the area around the Singpho Eco Lodge that is filled with green tea gardens. Also visit the local Buddhist Monastery here. After breakfast we proceed to Digboi oil town . Digboi is home to Asia’s Oldest Oil Refinery and home to the Oldest Operational Oil well in the World. At Digboi we visit the Digboi World War II cemetery that has burials of over 150 brave soldiers who laid down their lives during World War II. We explore Digboi oil town and later visit the Centenary Oil Museum at Digboi that illustrates the history of Oil in India and also has the Oldest operational oil well in the World. We proceed to the area near the Bogapani Tea Estate where we will have lunch at the Ngai Lung restaurant. This is a traditional restaurant that serves Arunachal style cuisine and has a very nice ambiance. The seatings are low and you have to dine on raised bamboo tables. We will have traditional cuisine of boiled meat recipes and rice wrapped in tokou leaves as well. Later in the day travel back to the Singpho Eco Lodge in Margherita. Here we will step out to visit the local tea factory of the owner of the Singpho Eco Lodge and understand the process of preparing the Phalap tea.

Night Stay: Singpho Eco Lodge

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 10 ~ Margherita – Tipong – Margherita

Today we will explore the tea gardens at Margherita, Namdang and Ledo which are said to produce the best quality tea in Assam. We also visit the Namdang Bibi Majhar and then travel to Tipong Colliery to witness the Oldest Operational Steam Locomotives in the World of the likes of DAVID and 796. We also visit the Sumi Naga tribe village at Lalpahar in Tipong. After lunch we travel back to Margherita to visit India’s only Coal Museum that depicts the practices of coal mining in the area and also has ancient artifacts from the era of World War II. We wind up the day and return back to Singpho Eco Lodge.

Night Stay: Singpho Eco Lodge

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 11 ~ Margherita – Dibrugarh

Today after breakfast we will depart to the Dibrugarh Airport from Margherita. We will drop you off the airport for your flight to onward destination. Tour Ends. Bid Adieu!

Night Stay: NA

Meals Included: Breakfast

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The Living Room of the Prabhakar Homestay on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The entrance to Nameri National Park and Tiger Reserve of Assam on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The hard working Tea gardens workers of Assam on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Indian One Horned Rhinoceros at Kaziranga on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar at Jorhat on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Rang Ghar at Sivasagar on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Talatal Ghar at Sivasagar on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Feral Horses of Dibru Saikhowa National Park on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Centenary Oil Museum at Digboi on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Digboi World War II Cemetery on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Oldest Operational Steam locomotive of David on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Bogapani Tea Estate on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Margherita Tea factory on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam
Kaziranga National Park, Assam Tea Gardens, Tea Garden Tour Assam, Kaziranga
The Namdang Tea Estate on your Tea Garden Tour of Assam