About the Derjeeling
Darjeeling Special for Hand knitted items at Mark Mahakal Market, Cheap Electronics at Chowk Bazaar, Carpets at Tibetan Self Help Center, Handicrafts & Souvenirs in Chowrasta.
Best time to Visit the Beautiful Tourism Place The temperature is mild during the summer season.
Culture of Darjeeling is Two major religions are Vajrayana Hinduism and Buddhism and these are the main festivals are Dashain, Tihar, Buddha Jayanti, Christmas, Holi, Ram Navami, etc.
Places to Visit in Darjeeling
Darjeeling Himalayan Railway
Tiger Hill is Two Thousand Five Hundred Ninety Meter and the same is located in Darjeeling, India’s West Bengal Territory. The Hill is beautiful views of the Mount Everest and Mount Kanchenjunga together.
The Batasia Loop wind turbine is designed to reduce the slope of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway in the Darjeeling region of West Bengal, India. At this point, rotate the track around it through a tunnel and over the top of the mountain. It was shipped in 1919.
The Sandakphu – Phalut trek is 65 km long. Starting from Jaubhari (Six Thousand four Hundred Feet) the trek will take you to the highest point in West Bengal – Sandakphu at Eleven Thousand Nine fifty Feet before heading down to Sepi (Six Thousand Two Hundred forty Three Feet) over a period of Six days. Require to Be preparation for long and at times steep ascents and descents.
Rangeet Valley is a Passenger Cable Car. One of the best ways to experience the panoramic views Darjeeling is famous for, is by walking down the street. Also known as the Rangeet Valley Passenger Cable Car due to the amazing view of the valley near the Little Rangeet River.
Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park
Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park is 67.56 ha. zoo in the city of Darjeeling in the Indian state of West Bengal. The zoo opened in 1958, and at an altitude of 7,000 feet [7,000 m], it is the largest of the tallest animals in India.
Darjeeling Peace Pagoda
The Darjeeling Japan Peace Pagoda was created by Buddhist monk Fuiji to spread the message of globalization following the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The foundation stone of the site was laid in 1972 by Fuiji and was completed by his beloved student Guguji Fuiji in 1992.
Ghoom Monastery is a popular name for Yiga Choeling. The palace falls under the category of Gelukpa or Yellow Hat and is known for its 4.6-foot-tall [4.6 m] statue of Maitreya Buddha.
Rock Garden, the same also known as Barbotey Rock Garden in Chunnu Summer Falls and Ganga Maya Park recently welcomed visitors to the mountain town of Darjeeling in West Bengal, India. It is an exhibition aimed at attracting people to Darjeeling after political unrest disrupted tourism in the 1980s.
Nightingale Park in Darjeeling is a beautiful place in a public park. It is perfect for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful views of Kanchenjunga and other Eastern Himalayan peaks.
St. Andrew’s Church
Andrews and its magnificent clock tower are not the best examples of British church buildings. It is also a reminder of Darjeeling’s evolution and evolution itself. The church held its first sacred service in October 1844.
Happy Valley Tea Estate
It is the second oldest tea plant in Darjeeling (after the Steinthal Tea Estate, founded in 1852), and, at an altitude of 2,600 feet (6,900 ft.) and this is one of the highest tea plants in the world.
Observatory Hill Tourist centre
Chowrasta and The Mall around Observatory Hill are among the main tourist attractions in Darjeeling. They spread on hill slopes at an altitude of Two Thousand One Hundred Thirty Four meters (Seven Thousand feet). In clear weather, one can see Mount Kanchenjunga and a dozen other peaks, all over 20,000 feet [20,000 m] high.
Mahakal Mandir (Temple) was built in 1782 by Lama Dorjey Rinzing and sits on Observatory Hill in Darjeeling and is a blend of Hindu and Buddhist religions.
Tenzing Rock is named after Tenzing Norgay, who was famous for climbing Mount Everest accompanied by Edmund Hillary in 1953. Gombu Rock is named after Nawang Gombu. He was Tenzing’s nephew and had twice climbed Everest to become the first person to do so.
Dooars is the gateway to the mountain stations of Northern Bengal and Bhutan. Famous for its tea gardens, forests and the Teesta River, it is ideal for nature lovers and lovers of entertainment.
The region is well-known for its wildlife sanctuaries where one can see herds of deer, single-horned rhinos, elephants, cattle, and reptiles.
Bhutia Busty Monastery
The Bhutia Busty Gompa is home to stunning murals that depict the life and journey of Buddha. The spectacular views of the rising sun and the sacred monasteries make it a favorite destination for tourists and locals alike.
The palace is renowned for its preservation of ancient Tibetan monastic traditions. It serves as headquarters and residency of Drukchen Rinpoche of the XII, the supreme leader of the Kargyupa sect Built on a high hill, the monastery is built in a traditional Tibetan style.
Neora Valley National Park
Neora Valley National Park stands out for its natural beauty and the spectacular scenery of Kanchenjunga in the background. About 20% of the total species (680 angiosperm species, about 23 species of Peteridophytes, 4-5 species of Gymnosperms) found in PA are the most common.
Chowrasta is located at the base of Darjeeling Hills and is now a tourist attraction and is a popular destination for residents to meet, relax, or just walk in the tranquility of that part of the hill station.
Tinchuley is a small but beautiful village away from the big city, Tinchuley is known for its tea gardens, orchards, rivers that pass the Testa and Ranjeet, and the spectacular views of the Himalayas. One cannot help but be immersed in the natural beauty that is abundant in this city.