Chulsa T.G. is located over the picturesque Chalsa hill at a distance of 92 kms. from Bagdogra Air Terminal and the nearest Rail head being Chalsa Railway Station. The main railway station is called the New Jalpaiguri Rly. Station which is 85 kms. from the garden.
On the eastern boundary flows the Murti river, separating the garden from the Upper Tondu Forest. On the Western boundary is the Matelli town.
The topography of the garden is undulating in the upper flat and the garden is intercepted by jhoras and streams carrying water from the Himalayas.
The garden consists of two divisions namely Gandrab & Main division.
As per the records available in the garden, tea at Chulsa was planted sometimes in 1910. Chulsa Tea Garden was then a part of DUNCAN BROS.
In the year 1959, the garden Manager was Mr. N. Bennett, when the garden area was approximately 405.02 has. and the yield was 1250 kgs/ha which showed a steady increase and touched 2018 kgs/ha in 1974 during the tenure of Mr. J. A. Nichols, when the total tea area was 405.30 has. the yield climbed up to 2212 kgs/ha in 1977 under Mr. H. N. Chopra, when the total area was 383.65 has. and the crop was 848716 Kgs.
The garden recorded its highest crop of 856393 kgs. in 1985 calendar year with the yield of 2224 kgs/has. under the able leadership Mr. J. K. Pradhan.
Chulsa’s new state of art factory was commissioned on March 21, 1994; making it one of the best tea processing units in Tea Industry. The factory was HACCP certified during the year 2008 and factory upgradation was done in the year 2009.