‘GreenFeel Organic Farm’ is an invitation to experience to become part of the farm and the whole village, to indulge in the farming activities, to forage for berries and orange, to watch farmers work, to sit back, to go for a village walk and listen to the lilt of local music. You are a guest of the whole village here, and whether you spend your days hiking amid raw and beautiful forests or farming it with local farmer, the experience is enhanced by the vibrant culture of the farm.At this best farmstay of Darjeeling you wake up with melodious chirping of birds and sit ideally to see the farm activities with a refreshing tea, made of fresh tea leaves of their own farm. And when you are in a working farm why don’t you try your hands in farming? Yes, at ‘GreenFeel’ you get a chance to learn how to pluck tea leaves and refine it, you get a chance to milk cows and drink the pure raw cow milk and savor the hand plucked oranges and berries.‘GreenFeel Organic Farm’ is part of the community of certified Organic Small Tea Growers and it offers a guided village walks of approximately 4 hours which is a mix of uphill & downhill hike through the community of small organic farmers, interaction with the community & farmers and the lunch is served at one of the farmer's house giving a whole new experience of village stay in India.Another day hike is a day trek to Majitar. It is a small border village of Sikkim. The hike has a distance of around 5 hours from ‘GreenFeel Organic Farm’. The trek is a gradual downhill hike through the valley of Tea Plantations (Tukdah Tea Estate), small Forest Villages, Rungdung River, Glenburn Tea Estate and Reserve Forest Plantation of Teak. Once you arrive at the Majitar village, lunch will be served in a small local restaurant. A return back the farm will be organized by a Taxi which will take approximately 2 hours through another valley. And if want to try your hands on fishing and angling then river Rangeet is that place for you to enjoy fishing with locals. Go with the locals on a fishing trip in nearby rivers (Rungdung River & Rangeet River). One should be able to hike up & down through the Himalayan river where you will find trout and enjoy fishing with the locals.