It is situated in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains, is one of the most famous tea estates in Darjeeling. It was perhaps the first tea gardens established by the British in the mid-19th century. In 1992, Ambootia transitioned to 100% certified organic and biodynamic production has boosted the unit internationally. This tea estate is one of the most beautiful tea estates with century old plantation. One can stay at Cochrane Palace with acres of tea bushes that appear like lush green carpet along the slopes covered with misty valley. We wish guest with a pleasant and memorable tour and will enhance your concept regarding tea. One will fall in love with tea. It is home to many of the Indian birds and a delight for people who like to get up in the morning to the sound of chirping birds. Tour Ambootia tea factory bio-organic tea estate. One can go shopping at the Tibetan carpet weaving workshop or trip to Darjeeling by the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway - a UNESCO World heritage project even go river rafting on the Teesta. Kurseong itself is a nice place with rich historical background. One can visit Subhas Chandra Bose Museum; Chimney nearly 8 kilometers from Kurseong is the Chimney village. The place got its name from a 23-foot high chimney which was probably built by British during World War I. Aside from its scenic beauty the village is at a close vicinity of many places of interest including Dow Hill & Victoria Schools, etc. Today, Ambootia is known internationally for their quality tea and gardens in Darjeeling namely Ambootia, Chongtong, Happy Valley, Monteviot, Moondakotee, Mullootar, Nagri, Nurbong, Sepoydhoorah (Chamling) and Sivitar.