Different people have different ideas of a holiday. For some, a 6 day break to the hills is a relaxed holiday, while for some a quick 2-3 days getaway, is a refreshing break.
So, here, we will include things to see and do in Darjeeling and not allocate the number of days.
If you arrive early in Darjeeling, you could use the day to see a few places like the tea gardens, else just go to Chowrastha in the evening and relax, grab a bite and shop a little.
Tiger Hill - It is beautiful and you have to leave in the wee hours of the morning to see the sunrise. After breakfast you could cover the zoo, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and the Rangeet Valley cable car. In the evening, you could grab a drink at our bar (1910 Lounge and Bar) or at Joey’s pub or at the Buzz.
The next day, you could go to these very interesting places in Darjeeling:
- Batasia Loop
- Ganga Maya Park
- Rock Garden
- Peace Pagoda
- Bengal Natural History Museum
- Ghoom Monastery
In the evening, you could go to the famous Gymkhana Club and play a game or two of billiards, tennis, squash, table tennis or badminton. Our hotels (Central Group) have a tie-up with them and our guests are welcome there.
Depending on your interests, you could go to the Observatory Hill, the famous Mahakal Mandir or check out a few of the famous schools of Darjeeling. Of late, a lot of adventure enthusiasts have started visiting Darjeeling for :
Many guests plan a day trip to Mirik, Kurseong or Kalimpong from Darjeeling. This depends on the number of days the guest has. Then of course, there is the pride of Darjeeling, The Toy Train.
A few famous eateries of Darjeeling:
Glenarys- is a landmark in itself and has been there for time immemorial
Keventers- Is great for Breakfasts and coffee
Kanika’s- is a must-go for vegetarians