Tourist Places

Tourist Places


Darjeeling is a land of breath-taking beauty surrounded by rolling green tea plantations along with the majestic Kanchenjunga view. The height of Darjeeling is about 6,710 feet.Five to Six Days Stay is with Complete Activities including a whole day in any Tea Estate watching the world’s best brew being manufactured. We generally have the guest’s choice at the time of booking and plan accordingly. A weeks’ time is what one requires to know Darjeeling.

Darjeeling Local Sightseeing

Ghoom Monastery, Batasia Loop, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute - After Lunch visit Tibetans Refugee Self Help Centre, Japanese Peace Pagoda, Tea Estate (view only)–Sunset Or Sunrise is worth watching from Tiger Hill [It is the highest point in Darjeeling].

Lamahatta, Peshok, Takdah & Tinchuley

Peshok offers view ofthe junction of River Teesta & River Rangit - Lamahatta is a small Hamlet nestled at an altitude of 3000 feet with Pine Tree Surrounding - Lama is Buddhist Monk & Hutta Means Hut hence the name - One can visit Or Return via Tinchuley & Takdah - These are two small settlement - Tinchuley is named after the conventional mud oven


Kalimpong is a small district of the state of West Bengal in India situated at an average elevation of 1250 metres i.e., 4101 feet. Kalimpong town is the capital town of the newly formed on 14 February 2017, after splitting from the Darjeeling district as Kalimpong district. One can find Bhutanese influence as the area was ruled by Bhutanese kings and was a post of the Bhutanese Army till the 19th century. Kalimpong town is an old historical settlement. It is situated in the Indian foothills of the Himalayans with lots of greenery. Perched on a ridge above the Teesta River, it’s home to pre-independence time i.e., colonial-era buildings like MacFarlane Memorial Church, named after a Scottish missionary. Other places of interest are Durpin Monastery, or Zang Dhok Palri Phodang, contains sacred Buddhist scriptures. The surrounding hills is home to many small homestay and locations which are quite popular among tourists. Deollo, Jalsaghar, Iccheygaon, Ramdhura, Pedong, Rikissum, Lava, Lolaygaon, Furung, Samthar, Sillery Gaon, Rishyap, Samsing, Suntaleykhola, Kagey, Jhandi. Places of historical importance are scattered here like Dr. Graham's Homes for destitute Anglo-Indian students. The town of Kalimpong is well known for its flower & nurseries, especially for its wide array of indigenous orchids and gladioli. The town is well known for its cheese, noodles, and lollipops. Available in local shops are wood-carvings, embroidered items, traditional handicrafts, bags and purses with tapestry work, copperware, scrolls, Tibetan jewellery, and artifacts. A visit is worth it. Kalimpong is nearly 55 kilometers from Darjeeling.

Ropeway & Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (DHR)

DHR is known for Joy Ride & Darjeeling Ropewayfor its beauty - Enjoy Darjeeling Ropeway also known as Rangeet Valley Cable Car due to view of the valley around the river Little Rangit - Boarding at Singamari which is some 03 kilometers (1.8 miles) from Darjeeling Chowk Bazaar - It is 45 minutes ride at an altitude of about 7000 feet (or 2134 meters) down to 800 feet (or 244 meters) at Singla Bazar - It also includes free entry to DHR museum at Ghum Station

Experiencing Tea

One can visit nearby Tea Estate / Garden - Factory visit can also be arranged if planned in advance– One can visit any of the Tea Estate to watch Tea Plucking – Next after the Tea Estate Plantation visit guests can visit the Orthodox Tea Manufacturing unit – Worlds best tea is manufactured here and is known globally as Darjeeling Tea – It fetches the highest cost worldwide - And while tea gardens are certainly part of the town’s appeal, there’s lots more to experience