Lodge at Wah
FIRST CLASS, TEA ESTATE
A part of the Prakash family since 1953, Wah Tea Estate is one of the largest manufacturers of tea in the Kangra region. An interesting history precedes the setting up of the Lodge which was established as a plantation estate in 1857 by the British. After decades of continuous cultivation that did not pause even with the earthquake of 1905, the estate was taken over by Sir Sikander Hayat-Khan, the son of the Nawab of Wah in Pakistan. Hence the name. That’s right, ‘Wah’ is indeed ‘wow’ an involuntary reaction of every guest at their first sight of The Lodge at Wah.
At The Lodge at Wah, you are in nature’s haven. Cycle in the tea gardens, enjoy learning about the journey of tea from the garden to your cup, try paragliding and head off to a trek, ride the Kangra mini-train or take longer excursions to the Kangra Fort, McLeodganj and Norbulingka Institute