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Kausani Tea Estate

Kausani

13.8/5(28 Ratings)

Kausani Tea Estate Overview

Ranked 4 of 12 sightseeing in Kausani

Kausani Tea Estate is located at a distance of 5 km from the main town. Most important industry nearby Kausani, it is spread over an area of 208 hectares in 21 divisions. Giria's Uttaranchal Tea is produced from this plantation. Located on the Bageshwar Road, at an elevation between 1,200 and 1,800 m above the sea level, the tea garden of Kausani is being developed as a tea-base for the entire state.

Only destination away from the traditional tea plantation areas in India that produces organic orthodox tea, Kausani exports its high-flavoured tea to many countries, including Australia, Germany, Korea and the United States. With the help of an experienced guide, tourists can go through all the tea manufacturing process.
 

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What travellers are saying about Kausani Tea Estate

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  • Very Good 4
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  • Good 3
  • Average 2
  • Poor 1
  • Below Average 1
  • Terrible 0
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  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: Below 1hr
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Day
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Reviews and Ratings

Abhinav Sudan

Abhinav Sudan4.3/5

65 reviews

Great place to visit

It is a good place to visit while visiting Kausani. It has an enchanting view worth capturing too. The tea can be bought and it is worth buying. Local food can be enjoyed here.Happy Holidaying !!Warm Regards

Subhojit Chakraborty

Subhojit Chakraborty1.1/5

16 reviews

Kausani Tea Estate

The place has hardly anything to see with a closed tea factory. There is a shawl factory opposite to it which is OK. There is a restaurant which serves good tea and food.
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  • Kausani Tea Estate

Tania Mukherjee

Tania Mukherjee2.5/5

34 reviews

Average Tea Estate

You can afford to miss this place if you have traveled to the tea estates of Kerala, Darjeeling and Assam. This one is pretty miniature and probably not much well maintained. I visited the place at around 4 PM. It might feel better if visited under bright sunshine.

Ameet  Kumar

Ameet Kumar4.3/5

3 reviews

Beautiful tea bagan

The tea bagan is as beautiful as it seen in this picture. I thoroughly enjoyed here and spent more than an hour. Greenery and fragrance of this bagan is enough to catch your heart.
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Mayak

Mayak3.9/5

5 reviews

Small but developing

Good tea gardens, smaller but they are being developed and still in developing stage. You can have local tea from the gardens, price varies from garden to garden.

Kushi Pradhan

Kushi Pradhan5.0/5

2 reviews

Enjoyable place

Tea estate is very good. There we taste lichi juice and ate many other things. There we saw tea factory and many types of trees. There are many others people who came with their family. We drink tea there and it was very tasty. We enjoyed very much. I remember the lines that are written there "four cup a day keeps the doctor away".

Sargun Deep singh

Sargun Deep singh2.1/5

10 reviews

Not much big

The tea gardens are not big rather, they seem like they are grown in a backyard in some bungalow. You can shop for the shawls and other stuff in the factory outlets nearby but looking for tea gardens in Kausani? Big dissapointment.

Samriddha Roy

Samriddha Roy3.9/5

13 reviews

Wrapped in mist and greenery

The tea-estate is situated in Kausani (miles away from the main spot) which we visited on our way to Bageshwar. There are simple tea gardens - a stretch of rich green along the slope and valley & there in the estate are the office and the factory.On our visit, an officer sent a guide to help us wander and locate the varieties of tea. I found no shops nearby selling tea, but on request a cup of tea of some variety can be given to taste. The exclusive top variety is kept to deliver. The factory runs well but the looks confirmed that it runs in small scale - with less working staff.Unlike Darjeeling, tea gardens are not the main attraction of Kausani, yet in looks the tea gardens are really beautiful, and the monsoon weather made it more - the atmosphere calm and deep and the green gardens are veiled in mist where often fresh tea leaves are seen dripped in moist or dew.

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Srijita Kundu

Srijita Kundu2.5/5

7 reviews

Not much appealing

The tea garden as such wasn't that appealing (month of Feb) especially if you have visited places like Darjeeling, Dooars, Munnar etc. But yes the view of the Himalayas from the place is good. There is a cafe serving the local tea as well and a shop on the roadside selling local tea.

Ramen Chanda

Ramen Chanda3.2/5

5 reviews

Average visit

Not so praiseworthy. It must be organised, if there is time then one can visit this place but according to me it is not a must to visit this place. To know how the tea leaves are processed or how tea packaging is done then one can surely. Tea is sold there one can have tea.

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Photos of Kausani Tea Estate

Kausani tea Estate, Kausani

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Sharad c. Mohan

The tea garden ouside Kausani
Kausani tea Estate, Kausani

Photo by

Bhavesh Nigam

So Beautiful sky at Kausani
Kausani tea Estate, Kausani

Photo by

Samriddha Roy

A view from the car glass wrapped in dew