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About the Place
Darjeeling : Exploring the Darjeeling tourism is like walking along the memory lanes during British Rule. Nestled in the cozy and inviting lap of Kanchan Junga, Darjeeling is simply one paradise on earth. Due to copious scenic beauty, soothing climate, rich culture and friendly people, tourists throng to this amazing travel destination all around the year. The best way to explore the small town of Darjeeling and experience its salubrious climate is via walk. Though for longer trips, taxis are easily available near the entrance to the Mall.
Some of the major sights in Darjeeling include Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (HMI), Buddhist monasteries, Himalayan Zoo, Tiger Hill, Japanese Peace Pagoda, Rock Garden, Observatory Hill, Batashiya Loop and others.
Darjeeling, one of the oldest hill stations of India, has plentiful options, for one seeking a relaxed getaway from the hot plains, as well as for the nature lovers and adrenaline junkies. Apart from amazing sightseeing, Darjeeling tourism offers lot of trek options along Himalayan ridges. Singhalia Ridge Trail is one of the most popular trails here.
When here, do not miss to take that aromatic Darjeeling tea back home. Shopping lovers can give a visit to Dorjee, a unique kind of shop, that sells local oriental and Buddhists artefacts
Gangtok: The city is substantiation of “Unity in Diversity” with an admix of various cultures and religions existing in this small and beautiful city at the backdrop of Ranipool River. Gangtok has a ecumenical essence with primitive charm and hospitality allowing a pinch of advancement and adoption of modernization. The major tourist attractions in the city are Rumtek Dharma Chakra Center, Jawaharlal Nehru Botanical Garden, Tsomgo/ Changu Lake, Menmecho Lake, Shri Nalanda Institute for Higher Buddhist Studies, Mahatma Gandhi Marg (a shopper's delight), Labrang Monastery, Enchey Monastery, Tsulakhang Royal, Deer Park / Rustomji Park, Kechopari Lake (wishing lake) and Phurchachu Reshi Hot Springs.
Pelling: The pleasant little town of Pelling is famous for magnificent view of the snow-capped mountains of Kanchenjunga. Placid Pelling pulls most of the visitors for its representative status in history, nature and culture of the state. Pelling gives a spectacular views of the Mount Khangchendzonga, the Guardian Deity of Sikkim and the worlds third highest mountain along with other sister mountains bowing before the Godly figure in reverence.
About Sikkim & North Bengal
Sikkim is a small state in northwest India, bordered by Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal. Part of the Himalayas, the area has a dramatic landscape including India’s highest mountain, 8,586m Kanchenjunga.