Scattered in bands over a precipitous hill elevation, enclosed by emerald-green tea ranches and mounted over by sumptuous Khangchendzonga (8598m), Darjeeling is the ultimate Indian hill station and is arguably West Bengal’s premier display. You can visit the amazing zoo and can have a glimpse of the snow leopard. The adventuresome can plan a trek to Singalila Ridge or borrow a mountain bike for a supervised thrill ride nearby the hilltops. Meanwhile the sheer and twisting markets below the town bustle with a pattern of Himalayan merchandises and features from across Sikkim, Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet. And ultimately, when stamina starts to decrease, a great, steaming Darjeeling blend is never far apart. Darjeeling's most famous export is its aromatic muscatel tea, known for its amber color, tannic astringency and a musky and spicy flavor. These days, however, other teas including green, oolong, and premium white varieties are produced alongside the traditional black tea. Darjeeling's sights are quite spread out and road transport is a bit of a hassle. You'll make things easier by visiting certain sights together as clusters. One popular idea is to jump out of bed at 4 am and take a jeep up to Tiger Hill in time for the spectacular sunrise over Khangchendzonga. After a regulation photo op with the mountain in the backdrop, continue down to Ghum and spend the morning/day visiting Batasia Loop and the monasteries there. Explore the beauty of the mountains while enjoying a comfortable hotels stay. There are plenty of hotels in Darjeeling to stay. EasyMyJourney helps you book the hotels in Darjeeling for a good holiday.

Some of the best Darjeeling hotels that will surely keep you enticed are :