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The door of the mountains is opening in West Bengal, visit Darjeeling

The door of the mountains is opening in West Bengal, visit Darjeeling

Tourism industry has been hit the hardest due to Corona in India. People under house arrest are gasping. In this situation, Darjeeling in West Bengal sounds a bit hopeful in terms of travel. Hills are going to return to rhythm before the upcoming Durga Puja. As far as it is known, the door of the mountain is likely to be opened this September. Naturally, the mountain will be crowded with local and foreign tourists. If you feel like it, you can leave the closed life of the lockdown and go to the mountains to breathe freely. You will be drawn to Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Karshiang and Mirikh.

places of interest

Darjeeling is the highest railway station in the world. Here you can see the magnificent sunrise from a peak 10,000 feet above sea level. Here you can enjoy the wonderful view of the sunrise from the eight thousand 300 feet high Tiger Hill on the Kanchenjunga hilltop in the morning. Ghum Monastery is located here. There is the beautiful memorial Batasiya Loop. There is Darjeeling Zoo. Himalayan Mountaineering Institute is a Himalayan Mountaineering Institute. From here you can travel from one hill to another hill for a distance of 16 km by car. You will get a wonderful experience of drinking tea here at Happy Valley Tea Garden. There is the war-torn refugee center Tibetan Self Help Center. There is Darjeeling Museum. You will see Buddhvihar Japanese Temple. There is rock garden and Gangamaya park made of stone. There is the Kanchenjunga water fountain Victoria Falls. Apart from this, there is a breathtaking view of the mountains. You can press the toy train.

how to go

New Jalpaiguri should be taken by train from Howrah or Sealdah station in West Bengal. Darjeeling Mail leaves Sealdah at 7:15 PM IST. The next day at 10 am will reach New Jalpaiguri station. If you go by air, you have to land at Bagdogra Airport. You can also go to Burimari land port by Shyamoli Paribahan directly from Dhaka. From New Jalpaiguri Station to Siliguri Zip Station by Rickshaw. From there it is a two and a half hour drive to Darjeeling by hiring a Tana Sumo or Commander Jeep. Apart from this, Siliguri can be reached by bus from Kolkata’s Dharmatala. From there you can hire a private taxi or take a shared taxi to Darjeeling.

where will you stay

You can book hotels from the website before traveling to Darjeeling. It is wise to book the hotel in advance. But before booking the hotel, find out whether hot water and heaters are available. It is advisable to avoid brokers in hotel bookings.

food

Most of the food hotels in Darjeeling serve Bengali food. You don’t have to worry about getting rice, fish, meat, bread, vegetables.

Where to shop

The Laden La Road Market in Darjeeling is where you can find affordable winter wear. You can buy sweaters, mufflers, leather jackets, Nepali shawls, sarees, gift items, cardigans, sunglasses. No fear of cheating. But it is better not to buy anything from hawkers.

Best time to visit Darjeeling

It is better to choose early winter or late winter to visit Darjeeling. It is better not to visit Darjeeling during full monsoon season. Because, in Darjeeling monsoon called Pahari Dhas. He is not at risk in winter or summer. Be sure to bring warm clothes to avoid the cold. It is advisable to follow the advice of the hotel authorities when traveling to Darjeeling.

How much does Darjeeling travel cost?

Traveling to Darjeeling from Bangladesh will cost around 15 to 20 thousand rupees per person in Indian currency. However, if you take a bus directly from Dhaka to Darjeeling, the cost can be within fifteen thousand. If you go to Darjeeling via Kolkata, the cost is slightly higher. In that case, you can get a chance to visit Calcutta on the way to Darjeeling.

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