Tinchuley Farm stay: Best In Tinchuley

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Tinchuley Farm Stay: Simply Best In Tinchuley

Forests, tranquillity and lots and lots of snow clad-peaks are what you can expect from the Tinchuley farm stay situated at an altitude of 5,800ft, and just 3kms above Takdah in North Bengal. Mainly renowned for its pine forests and the famous hills, this place is known as the sleepy hamlet and got its name Tinchuley due to the three prominent hilltops that enclose the place and provides it with an appearance like ovens. If you love nature and all you want is to soak in the calmness of the Himalayan range, then this place sufficiently provides all the required reasons for you to visit.

A must visit from our side. This place will certainly make your trip a memorable one.

This place can be opened to around 10 people at a time.

Place Code: BE 1739
Check in: 11.00 A.M
Check out: 12.00 A.M

Tinchuley Outdoor Activity

Hills provides you with the options of lots of outdoor activities which includes

White water rafting or canoeing in the Teesta or Rangeet river. One has to spare a day for it and drive down to Teesta Bazar. It is not advisable to take the sports during monsoon.

Meditation amidst the serene hills.

Hike through the pine forests, rock climbing.

Walk along the village trails watching birds and

Get drowned in their local culture along with delicious food and extremely friendly people.

Nearby Attractions

Some of the popular attractions include:

The famous Orange Orchards provide freshly prepared orange juice, marmalades and pickles which are available at reasonable prices.

The Tinchuley Monastery has a long line of prayer wheels on an exterior wall and is eminent for the fact that a Lama had meditated for 17 years.

Visit the nearest tea estate Rungli Rungliot and Peshok Tea Estate for pure tea directly coming from the factory.

Witness the glorious dawn from Tinchuley View Point and the beautiful Kanchenjunga peak as the day sets in slowly.

Gumbadara is another place to visit to see the river Rangeet and a part of Sikkim. This place provides a great place for the rock climbers along with several caves yet undiscovered by many.

How to reach

Situated around 32kms from Darjeeling, one may reach the nearest station NJP one may take a car ride for around 3-4 hours to reach this place. However, you can take reserved as well as shared taxis from Bagdogra, NJP, Siliguri, Darjeeling, and Kalimpong. Buses are also available from Darjeeling to Takdah.

Tinchuley Best Time to Visit

Tinchuley is heavenly and you can visit the place throughout the year.  Hills are always welcoming in summer.

The monsoon may not be suitable time if one tries for adventure else it is a superb time to enjoy the Himalayan flora and fauna.

The autumn with its holidays and pleasant weather is a nice time to visit this place. Winter requires heavy woolen garment to welcome the cool wind whispering amidst the tall pine trees.

Spring is an excellent time to see blossom. Rhododendron, Magnolia, Tulip, Orchids spatter the hill with magical color in March April.

Pocket Pinch

Only Rs 1950 + 5% GST per day per head which includes all sumptuous meals.

Child Policy:

Babies between 1 to 5 years are complimentary

Charges for Toddlers between 6 to 9 years will be half of the adult’s price

For Kids from 10 years, we will charge full adult prices


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