“GREAT THINGS ARE DONE WHEN MEN AND MOUNTAINS MEET.”
Spread in strips over a precarious mountain edge, encompassed by emerald-green tea gardens and overshadowed by magnificent Kanchendzonga (8586m), Darjeeling is the complete Indian slope station and is evidently West Bengal's chief fascination. When you aren't looking mesmerized at the snow-capped peaks of Kanchendzonga, you can investigate the British provincial period design, visit Buddhist religious monasteries, and spot snow panthers and red pandas at the close-by zoo. The adventurous souls can be rejuvenated by can organizing a trek to Singalila Ridge or contract a trailblazing bicycle for a guided ride around the peaks. In the interim one can stroll around the lofty and twisting bazaars underneath the town ruckus with a variety of Himalayan items and countenances from across Sikkim, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet. Lastly, when energies begin to hail, a great, steaming Darjeeling brewed flavory is never far away.