Darjeeling is the most visited hill station in West Bengal. Before independence, when the British used to reside in the Indian mainland, they resorted to Darjeeling to escape from humidity. Soon, tea estates, European styled schools, hotels and stays started to dot the hill station. Situated roughly seven hundred feet above the sea level, it enjoys a pleasant atmosphere year-round, untouched by the prickly heat of the summers that affects the plains. Darjeeling offers you a lot of sightseeing options – from monasteries, parks, temples, sunset points, eateries, shopping centers, winding roads, vintage gardens, pretty homes, and the ever-present peak of the Kanchenjunga, that is visible from any location in Darjeeling.
Immerse yourself in an ideal holiday mood in the Queen of the Hills.