Hello friends, do you all planning to visit a nice hill station? As we know every hill station is crowded with lots of visitors in peak seasons. So i think you must have to visit Darjeeling with your family & friends. Here we give you 5 reasons to visit DARJEELING in this summer. As a Travel agents, we can say you would be enjoying a lot at this place, the best part would be your smile as its one of the low budget destination in India. :-
Darjeeling (“Queen of the hills”)
Darjeeling is located in the foothill region of Eastern Himalaya. It is also called “QUEEN OF THE HILLS”. Mount Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain peak in the world. Many people visit Tiger Hill in Darjeeling to watch the colours playing in the sky and at Kanchenjunga while the sun is rising.
2.Flavoured Tea & Tea-Tourism
Taste the finest aromatic tea, right in the place where it is cultivated. The soil quality and structure of Darjeeling is just appropriate for producing tea of excellent quality and flavour. You get the world’s finest tea, known for its strong aroma around the world.
3.Riding the Toy-train
Being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is affectionately known as the “Toy Train.” This narrowgauge railway runs daily from Darjeeling up to Ghum—India’s highest in elevation station.
4. Darjeeling’s most popular attractions:
Darjeeling’s most popular attractions include monasteries, botanical gardens, a zoo, and the Darjeeling-Rangeet Valley Passenger Ropeway cable car which happens to be the longest Asian cable car. The Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park are two major attractions in Darjeeling. Other stunning places to visit in Darjeeling are Aloobari Gompa, Bhutia Busty Gompa, Ghoom Monastery and Japanese Peace Pagoda.
The food here are excellent. With a blend of Indian, Nepali and Tibetan cooking style, you get the best out of it for your palate. You will find Darjeeling offering a variety of delicious food.
The best season or months to visit places in Darjeeling are February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, December. Anyone can reach there by air, by road and by railways.