Kasauni Tea Estate

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Krupa P
17 contributions
May 2017 • Family
We stayed at this beautiful cosy bunglow at kasauni... We could see the himalayas range from here... The staff is very helpful and food was decent
Written 15 May 2017
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RajeevDr
6,075 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
there are number of tea plantations enroute kasauni & one can enjoy in the salubrious climate while sipping tea in one of the many restaurants along the Baijnath kasauni highway. but, there is no one to give you a guided tour about the intricacies of different varieties of tea grown here & in fact , tea plantations may be skipped if you have visited other tea estates as in darjeeling or kalimpong.
also, winters are not a good season to visit if you have come only looking for tea plantations as most of the shrubs are dry , but you can pick your favourite herbal infusion or organic soaps & creams & local spices ,pulses & rice, jams & pickles etc.
the views of the Baijnath valley below are beautiful .
also there are many shawl factories nearby with people willing to arrange a guided tour of the entire weaving process , but insisting to buy their products @ the end of the tour.
Written 23 March 2017
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Jalaj M
Jaipur, India129 contributions
Jul 2016 • Family
Kasauni is really tea state and way to reach kasauni is amazing experience, most of the time all way surrounded with fruits like nashpati trees, valley, river and mountains view are awesome. The tea plants are very much there thats why called tea state.Must to go kasauni one time to see tea plants and himalaya tops.
Written 23 July 2016
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VINAY GANDHI
48 contributions
May 2016 • Family
Bageshwar has got nos of encient shiv temples. Situated at the bank of lake. These temples are very old constructed way back in 17th century. Very good place for worship of lord shiva.
Written 9 July 2016
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Parikshit S
Bhilai, India1 contribution
Oct 2015 • Family
Kasauni has best sceneric beauty and excellent climatic conditions. A total relaxing experience. But should be approached via Ranikhet from Bhimtal for a superior sceneric beauty. To further enhance nature's experience, "To Kasauni" could be via Almora from Bhimtal and return via Ranikhet to Bhimtal. A small stretch of road route via Almora from Bhimtal is bumpy, else tthe whole route is good. An experienced driver is a Must-to-Have requirement. Hotel Sumit is an excellent hotel to stay which has all the rooms with balconies facing Himalayas.
Written 27 March 2016
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PARTHAPAL1982
Kolkata (Calcutta), India831 contributions
Mar 2016 • Couples
Girihas Tea Estate, which is also called the Kausani Tea Estate is on the Bageshwar Road,located at a distance of 5 km from the main town Kausani. Well during our visit the tea estate , it was quite empty, not-maintained, leaves were bigger, bushes were not shaped nicely and the factory offices locked. 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.You can afford to miss this place if you have traveled to the tea estates of Darjeeling and Assam.
Written 16 March 2016
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TaniaBanerjee
Navi Mumbai, India185 contributions
Nov 2015 • Family
My review is about the-Girihas Tea Estate, which is I think another name of the Kausani Tea Estate. Well during my visit the tea estate was quite empty, not-maintained well, leaves were bigger, bushes were not shaped nicely. It is nothing like those in Darjeeling and Kerala. Also the estate seemed to be very small.
Written 15 November 2015
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Prafulla-28
Chennai (Madras), India68 contributions
Oct 2015 • Family
We visited the Kasuani tea Estate on 21st of Oct 2015. When we visited the place we found the factory gates were locked. We were told by the shop keepers opposite that the factory was not functioning for about 3 to 4 weeks. We could see the tea plantation from out side from the road. The green tea produced by the estate is available in the shops opposite the estate.
Written 13 November 2015
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Nishant Singla
11 contributions
Oct 2015 • Friends
Excellent place with great view of himalyan mountains. The travel from almora to kasauni is very sceinic and beautiful. Must visit with friends
Written 23 October 2015
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seedhunter
Hyderabad, India967 contributions
Mar 2015 • Solo
Located approx 50 km north of Almora, Kausani tea estate is on the way to Bageshwar. Not big tea state as that of Darjeeling or Assam, it very nice to see these undulated tea plantations. Quite refreshing. You can also see the sunrise ans sunset from Kausani.
Written 4 August 2015
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