Darjeeling is a popular hill station in North-East India. It is surrounded by huge mountains. The flow of tourists in Darjeeling is increasing day by day. Darjeeling is world famous for its Tea and its aroma. All tea drinkers love having Darjeeling tea and don’t forget to get Darjeeling tea, when they visit there. Darjeeling is full of nature’s beauty, lofty mountains, and waterfalls and off course one cannot forget to see the Kanchenjunga Peak. One can admire the beauty of Sunrise at the Tiger Hills in Darjeeling and experience the most exotic view of Mount Kanchenjunga Peak. You will love the peace and architecture of the Buddhist Monasteries in Darjeeling. You can even take a day or two out for an excursion to the nearby places like; Kurseong, Kalimpong and Mirik.
Tourist Attractions in Darjeeling:
- Tiger Hill
- Happy Valley Estate
- Senchal Lake
- Mount Kanchenjunga View
- Observatory Hills
- Bhutia Busty Gompa
- Botanical Gardens
- Passenger Ropeway
- Kalimpong: Kalimpong lies within the Darjeeling province. It is a small but bustling town in the Himalayan foothills of West Bengal- Kalimpong is situated at an altitude of 1250 meters. Kalimpong is popularly known as bazaar town, which was originally a part of Bhutan but later it was taken over by the British and finally settled in West Bengal.
Best Time to Visit
Best time to visit Darjeeling is Between April- June.
How to Reach
By Air: The best way to reach Darjeeling is by Air, because it is a long journey and usually you won’t have any Railway facility from every part of India.
By Train: Darjeeling can be reached by the 88 km long Darjeeling Himalayan Railway from New Jalpaiguri Station was earlier known as Siliguri.