16 Dec 2018 - 17 Dec 2018
2 guests - 1 room
The land of the famous Darjeeling Tea. Enjoy a tour through the tea garden in the valley and hills of Himalaya's.
The 5km long Ropeway ride gives a beautiful picture of the little villages and tea gardens amidst the hills.
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Darjeeling is the original Indian hill station, a spot where English-colonial governors and public servants used to go to escape the heat of the West Bengal plains that smothered the administrative capital of Calcutta. These days, of course, it's got the classic "concrete boxes on steep hillsides" vibe of most Indian hill stations, but with great in-season views of the eastern Himalaya, it's certainly a place worth visiting, with less of a stoner/backpacker scene than Manali or Shimla. It might be touristy, but sometimes good things are.