Welcome To Darjeeling

The queen of the hills is a Himalayan city in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is internationally renowned as a tourist destination for its spectacular view of Mt.Kanchandzonga, along with its tea industry and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage site. One can have the view of entire Singalila Range along with Mt.Kanchandzonga, Bhutan Himalaya and a part of Everest range from Darjeeling. The eye caching valleys, meandering rivers and of course the lush green tea gardens are the unique features of Darjeeling .Beside all these the main attractions of this popular hill stations are Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (HMI) , Himalayan Zoo , Tiger Hill , Rock Garden , Batashiya Loop.

Top Sights In Darjeeling

Tiger Hill

Tiger Hill is most famous for its splendid sights of sunrise from where you can see the peaks of Kanchenjunga illuminate before the sun is seen at lower elevations. 

Batasia Loop

Batasia loop is a spiral railway track where the toy train takes 360 degree turn. The toy train descends by 1,000 ft.  completes the loop through a large circular area.

Ghoom Monastery

Ghoom Monastery is also known as the Yiga Choeling Monastery. It stands right next door to Sterling Darjeeling, at the quiet end of the Old Monastery Road.

Rock Garden

Rock Garden is an exquisite picnic spot terraced with natural fall known as Chunnu summer fall, located 10 km away from Darjeeling.

Mountaineering Institute

The Museum is educative, with many artefacts and photographs from the pioneering expeditions in the Himalayan mountains – the world’s widest such expanse.

Zoological Park

This Zoological Park hosts a variety of high altitude, particularly local species, which includes some rare animals like Clouded Leopard, Black Leopard etc.

Darjeeling Ropeway

Darjeeling Ropeway offers a panoramic views of the valley, lush green tea gardens on the hill slopes. It is located 3 km away from Darjeeling city.

Botanical Garden

It is the oldest Botanical Garden with varieties of flora and is famous for two living fossils, located on a slope covering an area of about 40 acres.