Tumsong Tea Retreat Inhouse Entertainments
Tumsong Tea Retreat provides various entertainments for the guests to relax and de stress themselves. This treasure-trove of Tumsong Tea Retreat is undoubtedly the fact that India encompasses almost all the ecosystems ranging from the evergreen forests of the north-east to the greenery of the Tumsong Tea Estate.
- Camp Fire
- Traditional Dance & Music
For many, the campfire is a beloved and indispensable tradition—a kinetic, luminous, dreamlike force of nature that for generations has served as the centerpiece of backwoods gatherings.
Tumsong Tea Retreat has specified area for campfiring which allows our guest to enjoy and chill during their campfire. Kindling and firewood can be assembled in a number of different ways. Popular styles include the teepee, log cabin and upside-down (or pyramid).
What To Do
Traditional Dance & Music
The original inhabitants of the Darjeeling Hills were Lepchas or Rongpa (the ravine folks) as they prefer themselves to be known as. Though their origin is obscure, they are decidedly Mongolian in feature. The Khampas, another branch of the Lepchas, are warrior-like and more dashing than their docile cousins. The Khampas are recent immigrants from Tibet. The greater bulk of the people in the Hills are Gorkhas .
Tumsong Tea Retreat welcomes and entertain guests by organising a Lepcha traditional & cultural dance program around a bon fire in the evening as one of the inhouse activities.
Barbecue (also barbeque, BBQ and barby/barbies) is both a cooking method and an apparatus. The generally accepted differences between barbecuing and grilling are cooking durations and the types of heat used. Grilling is generally done quickly over moderate-to-high direct heat that produces little smoke, while barbecuing is done slowly over low, indirect heat and the food is flavored by the smoking process.
For expertly made pulled pork, ribs, and everything in between, we’ve found several Memphis joints that smoke the competition. Prepare yourself for the best traditional Memphis-style ribs ever—flat-out sensational. The velvety, succulent meat at A&R simply glides away from the bone. Go for the dry (not basted in sauce) version so you can appreciate the complexity of seasoning, primarily a result of the residual smoke lingering in the pits out back.