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If you are looking for a memorable Darjeeling trip, MakeMyTrip holiday packages are the right choice for you. MakeMyTrip offers the widest range of customizable Darjeeling tour to suit every kind of traveler from Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai or Bangalore. Explore from over 127 tour packages to Darjeeling with unbeatable deals and discounts. Explore the main Darjeeling sightseeing points with the variety of experiential tours and activities included in MakeMyTrip’s Darjeeling tour packages.

Be it a short trip or a long itinerary, a relaxing stay or an adventure holiday, whatever your travel preference, MakeMyTrip has the right Darjeeling vacation tours for you to choose from. Looking to indulge? Don’t forget to check out our luxury Darjeeling tour packages offering the best of hotels and inclusions designed to pamper you on your Darjeeling vacation. If you wish to know more about Darjeeling travel such as the best time to visit Darjeeling, how to reach Darjeeling, things to do in Darjeeling and so on.

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Sikkim Delight with Darjeeling (Summer Special) 6 Days/5 Nights

Rs 40151

Darjeeling - Chitre and Lamaydhur Trek 5 Days/4 Nights

Rs 32877

Are you lured by the thought of dazzling snow covered peaks, a cosy hotel room, and misty mornings? If ‘yes’, then Darjeeling is the place to be in. Set high amongst the clouds, this gem of a place is known for its beautiful fusion of colonial charm, contemporary developments and natural landscape. Located on a steep mountain ridge and nestled among emerald green tea gardens, Darjeeling offers the best front row seats to the Himalayas! Visit Buddhist monasteries for peace of mind, or go on a trek if you prefer the adrenaline rush. If a Darjeeling tour has been on your mind recently and you are not sure how to go about arranging everything from flight tickets to hotel rooms to Darjeeling sightseeing, log in to MakeMyTrip and find the choicest of Darjeeling tour packages.

Whether you are visiting with your better half or your friends, you have the option to avail your Darjeeling tour from a set of curated Darjeeling packages such as Darjeeling honeymoon packages, Darjeeling-Gangtok tour packages, Darjeeling packages with flights and so on. With MakeMyTrip rolling out varied offers from time to time, you can avail discounts on your Darjeeling package cost giving you pocket-friendly rates. So, look out for the best offers on MakeMyTrip and start planning your Darjeeling tour.


Best time to visit Darjeeling


Situated at an altitude of 6,710 feet, Darjeeling has a temperate climate. The average Darjeeling temperature swings between 9°C in winters to 20°C in summers. During spring and autumn, the Darjeeling weather is cool, while summer is pleasant with a few spells of showers towards the end of June. If you plan your Darjeeling tour in the months of July and August, you may enjoy the monsoon rains in this hill station. Alternatively, you could choose to visit in winter and revel in the chilly Darjeeling weather.

You can decide the best time to visit Darjeeling depending on what you are looking forward to. If Mt. Kanchenjunga is your target, you must visit Darjeeling during summer or spring when you will have clear skies and less cloud cover. However, if you wish to take advantage of fewer crowds and off-season discounts, then the best time visit Darjeeling for you would be the months of July to September.

Irrespective of the time of your visit, your Darjeeling tour experiences will be accompanied by breath-taking views of mountains, valleys, tea gardens and flower plantations, and a host of sightseeing and tourist activities. All these make Darjeeling the perfect holiday destination for your romantic honeymoon or your summer time family trip.


How to reach Darjeeling


By Air: Darjeeling is accessible by air via Bagdogra, the nearest airport to Darjeeling. The airport is located at a distance of 70km from Darjeeling, a drive of about 2 and a half hours. While planning your Darjeeling trip, do keep this mind while selecting your flight times. To travel from Bagdogra airport to Darjeeling, visitors can avail taxi services (private as well as shared cabs).


By Train: The nearest train station to Darjeeling is New Jalpaiguri (NJP), about 72km away from the town. Trains from a number of Indian cities like Kolkata, Delhi, Guwahati, Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Bhubaneshwar etc. arrive in New Jalpaiguri, from where tourists can proceed to Darjeeling by road. Tourists can take a taxi from New Jalpaiguri station to Darjeeling. If you are looking for a budget travel option for Darjeeling, buses to Darjeeling are available from Siliguri bus stand.


By Toy Train: The famous Train runs from Siliguri to Darjeeling, covering the Himalayan terrain in a seven hour ride. This can be an interesting way to reach Darjeeling if you can manage to get tickets.


Places to visit in Darjeeling


Darjeeling is one of the most popular places to visit in North East India. It was in fact the third most Googled tourist spot in India a couple of years ago. You can either book a Darjeeling-Gangtok tour package or, a customisable Darjeeling only honeymoon package through MakeMyTrip by selecting your pick of budget, standard or premium hotels and preferred inclusions. Darjeeling also serves as a base for trips to other nearby destinations such as Gangtok, Lachung, Kalimpong and Pelling in Sikkim. Whichever package you choose, make it a point to include some of the must-visit attractions in your Darjeeling sightseeing tour!


Tiger Hill


Tiger Hill is a viewpoint in Darjeeling and is famous for its spectacular sunrise views.  It offers an impeccable view of the sunlit Kanchenjunga peak with lovely clouds in the backdrop. Visitors come here as early as 4:30 am to witness the breathtaking view of the sunrise and enjoy the surrounding natural beauty. Tiger Hill tops the list of places to visit in Darjeeling, especially if you enjoy photography!


Ghoom Monastery


Also known as the Yiga Choeling Monastery, Ghoom monastery is one of the largest monasteries in Darjeeling and is surrounded by refreshing natural beauty. It houses a 15 feet high statue of Maitreya Buddha which is the main attraction of the monastery. It also keeps a preserved collection of ancient Buddhist manuscripts. We strongly recommend including this monastery in your Darjeeling sightseeing.


Batasia Loop


One of the most popular among the various Darjeeling tourist places, the Batasia Loop is an architectural feat. This spiral loop of railway track just below the Darjeeling railway station was built in order to reduce the gradient of the ascent, for the easy passage of the Toy Train. Swirling around the mountain garden, the loop offers an amazing view of the majestic Kanchenjunga and the surroundings.


Himalayan Mountaineering Institute


For mountain lovers, the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute is one of the best places to visit in Darjeeling. The institute has a school for mountaineering students as well as a museum which displays mountaineering artefacts and information about various mountains and famous mountain climbers. Established in November 1954 in the memory of Tenzing Norgay, the Mountaineering Institute was built with the purpose of encouraging mountaineering as an organized sport in India.


Himalayan Zoological Park


The Himalayan Zoological Park, located within the premises of the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, is the perfect Darjeeling tourist place for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. It promotes the conservation of endangered Himalayan plant and animal species. The zoo is home to rare animals like the Red Panda, Tibetan Wolf, and Snow Leopard. One can also see various plant and bird species. It the perfect place to visit with kids on your Darjeeling trip.


Tibetan Refugee Centre


The Tibetan Refugee Centre is home to Tibetan refugees who left Tibet and settled in Darjeeling. It is an ideal place to get a glimpse into the culture, traditions and lifestyle of the Tibetan people. The center has a Buddhist temple, an exhibition hall, and workshops where you can see artisans engaged in creating various handicraft items. You can also buy excellent Tibetan carpets, wool products and handicrafts from here.


Happy Valley Tea Estate


Happy Valley Tea Estate is a charming tea garden located on the gentle slopes of Darjeeling. Here, visitors can get an insight into the process of tea manufacturing, from picking the leaves to their packing, with the help of a guide. One can also enjoy scenic vistas of the mountains surrounding the garden.


Japanese Temple


The white-washed colossus of the Japanese Temple is one of the most popular tourist places in Darjeeling. The temple is built in the Japanese style of architecture and has two statues of Golden Lions that greet you at the entrance. Within the temple is a large prayer hall, where visitors can also join the daily prayers. Surrounded with scenic beauty and serene atmosphere, it is a perfect place for solace-seekers.


Peace Pagoda


The Peace Pagoda is a major attraction located a little away from the magnificent Japanese Temple. This Peace Pagoda features four gold painted statues of Lord Buddha, which are carved around its walls. Visitors can enjoy a peaceful walk around the Pagoda and admire the wooden artwork that depicts incidents from Buddha’s life. The Pagoda is a symbol of harmony and universal brotherhood.


What to eat in Darjeeling


Darjeeling will surprise you with the variety of authentic as well as exotic food items it offers. The cold climate and a hot bowl of soupy noodles or dumplings are the perfect starters to tease your taste buds with on your Darjeeling tour.


  1. The most popular street food

That’s right, this is the popular snack food - momo. This Tibetan delight is served with a bowlful of soup and home-made chilli sauce, just the type that will make your mouth water. The dumplings are filled with minced meat, vegetables or cheese flour dough. You also have the choice to go either with the steamed or fried ones. Momo-lovers, you just got one more reason to plan your Darjeeling tour!


  1. Thukpa soup noodles

This other popular offering from the cuisine of Darjeeling is a recipe consisting of diced meat, eggs, vegetables and noodles served together in a bowl of soup. Easily available at many road-side vendors, a bowl of thukpa noodles can fill you up pretty well.


  1. Darjeeling tea

This place has its own line of tea, a world class Darjeeling tea. Look out for stalls that serve the authentic tea and you are in for a treat! Order yourself some snacks as well and enjoy that hot simmering cup of tea. With this consider your Darjeeling trip rewarded.


  1. A home-made delight – Cheese!

If you acquaint yourself with a Darjeeling local, request them to make Churpee with Niguru. The churpee is a cow’s or yak’s milk cheese available in both hard and soft forms. Though the hard one can be eaten as such in the form of snacks, the soft form is cooked along with Niguru, a local fern, and the combination is simply savoury. You can’t find this in regular restaurants.


  1. Darjeeling’s festive special – Sel Roti

Made out of a thick paste of ground rice with masala and water and then deep fried, Sel rotis are a delight of the festive season in Darjeeling. Relish it with a cup of the famous Darjeeling tea if you’re visiting during Dussehra or Diwali and you’ll be one of those lucky few to have ever tasted this snack combination.


  1. For the chilli fans - Dalle

These are fire balls bottled up in a jar! These pickles are prepared with round red chillies, mustard oil, spices, salt and vinegar. The hot and spicy home-made chutneys are served with momo or thukpa noodles. If you have an affinity for chillies, don’t miss this spicy taste of Darjeeling.


Fun things to do in Darjeeling

A trip to Darjeeling can be your perfect getaway. Here, apart from covering the main tourist attractions during your Darjeeling sightseeing, you can also experience some interesting activities that will add fun and excitement to your holiday!


Darjeeling Toy Train Joy Ride


One of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful landscapes of Darjeeling is to take a short joy ride on the famous Toy Train in Darjeeling. The Darjeeling Toy Train is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site which makes it a popular tourist attraction. Riding this narrow gauge train will be a unique experience. Witness nature at its best as the train passes through the awe-inspiring Bastia Loop on the way to Ghoom monastery. One can also witness the arresting views of the distant Himalayan peaks covered in snow and the stunning peaks of Kanchenjunga mountain. This experience can be enjoyed with family and friends, especially if you are visiting with kids. It is also ideal for couples and can be included in your Darjeeling honeymoon package.


Visit to a Tea Estate 


Explore one of the charming and verdant tea-estates of Darjeeling and get an opportunity to witness the process of tea-manufacturing. Enjoy a guided tour of a tea-estate as you explore the sprawling tea-plantation, discover various types of tea and get a glimpse into the process of how a variety of brews are produced. The guide will tell you how each variety is grown, how the leaves are picked carefully and how they are then processed to get ready for the perfect brew. You can also buy your favourite brew that you can make in your own home. A visit to a tea-estate is a refreshing experience that you must add to your Darjeeling tour package.


Stroll around Mall road


For local shopping and picturesque surroundings, the Mall road is one of the best places to visit in Darjeeling. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the winding Mall road of Darjeeling. The road, lined with many local shops and branded outlets, is a perfect place to buy various items, from handicrafts to souvenirs to clothes. You can also indulge in street food, especially momos and Thukpa. There are benches by the roadside where people can relax and enjoy the views of the surrounding natural beauty and the distant Himalayan peaks against the backdrop of vanilla sky. The ‘Chowrasta’, which means ‘four roads’ is lined by restaurants, book stores, curio shops and numerous vendors selling artefacts and other collectibles along the street.


Eat at a Beatles-themed restaurant


If you are an ardent fan of the Beatles, then you must visit this unique eatery in Darjeeling called Revolver Restaurant. It is a Beatles-themed restaurant which is famous for its homely ambience and authentic Naga and Nepali cuisine. They also serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with a set menu. The food here is extremely hygienic, pocket-friendly and prepared delicately. Apart from their delectable food, you must also try their coffee as it is the only restaurant in Darjeeling that serves hand made fresh coffee with roasted beans. Do visit this cosy restaurant on your Darjeeling trip.


Take a Tibetan food walk


Treat your taste buds to the simple yet delicious flavours of Tibetan cuisine in Darjeeling. Take a Tibetan food walk and explore many local eateries and restaurant that serve authentic Tibetan food. On your food walk do try the delicious momos, savoury Thukpa, the popular Tibetan Tea which is a blend of tea and butter, and Chaang, a traditional Tibetan alcohol. The Kunga Restaurant, Dekevas and Hasty Tasty are some of the best eateries in Darjeeling where you can have your fill of delightful Tibetan food. If you are in Darjeeling, then taking a food walk is one of the best ways to discover various Tibetan delicacies.


Visit a Tea Bar


Being one of the top tea producers in the world, Darjeeling boasts of some of the finest variety of teas. Your trip to Darjeeling would be incomplete without a visit to one of the tea bars to try a fine cup of Darjeeling tea. Golden Tulips Tea Lounge and the Nathmull’s Sunset Tea Lounge are two of the best tea bars in Darjeeling. You can order tea by the cup or pot along with snacks like muffins and cookies. Enjoy your tea iced or hot as you relax on a comfortable lounge sofa. These bars also have souvenir sections which sell tea accessories and manufactured tea that visitors can buy.


Shop at the Tibetan Self Help Centre and Bhutia Market


If you want to buy the local and unique items of Darjeeling, then the Tibetan Self Help Centre and Bhutia Market, are two of the best places to visit in Darjeeling. At the Tibetan Self Centre, which was established to support Tibetan refugees, you can buy a variety of Tibetan items like handicrafts, woolen shawls and carpets, leather jackets, coats, carved wooden souvenirs, hand painted scenery etc. Bhutia market is another market which is popular for selling genuine woolen clothes like sweaters, scarves, and caps at prices that are too good to be true. Visit these two markets to satisfy your appetite for shopping.


Go rock climbing


Challenge yourself and go rock climbing in Darjeeling. Climb up the natural rock formations to test your strength and endurance. You can try rock climbing at Tenzing Rock and Gombu Rock which are the only natural rock formations in Darjeeling. Both amateurs and experienced climbers can try this activity. You will be provided with all necessary safety equipment and a professional instructor. Enjoy a rock climbing experience and capture the adventurous moment in your camera once you reach the summit. This is a fun activity to try with family and friends and visitors can add it to their Darjeeling tour package while booking it.


Take an excursion to Mirik


After a drive through beautiful green meadows, valleys and pine trees, you will arrive at ‘Mirik’. This spot is famous for its climate, beauty and easy accessibility. Enjoy a little treat of boating and canoeing at the Sumendu Lake or, trek through the trails of Darjeeling’s enchanted forests. The Kawlay Dara view point in Mirik not only overlooks lush green terrain but also gives remarkable views of the snow-clad Himalayan mountain ranges.

A trip to Darjeeling can revive your senses, with its many naturally scenic, culinary and cultural treats. Whether you are looking for a Darjeeling honeymoon package, a Darjeeling package for families, or a Sikkim and Darjeeling tour package, you will find a wide selection on MakeMyTrip. So get set for your Darjeeling trip now!

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Gangtok(3N) | Darjeeling(2N)
Let the morning mist and the aroma of tea awaken all your senses as you hit the roads to Gangtok. Look around Changu Lake and know what makes Baba Mandir so intriguing and a must-visit in Gangtok. Not to be missed is the Rumtek Monastery where one could know about the culture. A break in the serene hills of Darjeeling will surely take you back to the colonial era. While in Darjeeling, watch Kanchenjunga coming to life during the sunrise from Tiger Hills.

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Gangtok(3N) | Pelling(1N) | Darjeeling(2N)
Relax and rejuvenate with a healing touch of nature on this holiday to the glittering gems of North East - Gangtok, Pelling and Darjeeling. Feel spellbound as the snow-capped mountains cast a spell on you over a tour to Changu Lake. Explore the best of Pelling that is spectacular in every sense of the word. Get some pictures clicked against the backdrop of Samdruptse Hill. While in Darjeeling, enjoy a visit to tea plantations and monasteries that will remain etched in your memory for a lifetime.

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Gangtok(2N) | Darjeeling(2N)

Feel the magic of the beautiful hill stations of Darjeeling and Gangtok on this holiday. Get charmed by Changu Lake located at an altitude of 12,400 ft and attain spiritual enlightenment as you visit the New Baba Mandir. Witness the picturesque Bakthang Falls and see a breathtaking view of Mount Kanchenjunga from the Tiger Hill. Visit the Himalayan Zoo and get fascinated by the wildlife. Feel the calm in the Peace Pagoda and allow the mountains to revive you from the daily grind of city life.

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Gangtok(2N) | Pelling(1N) | Darjeeling(2N)
Experience the lush beauty of the North East on this tour that takes you on a memorable journey to three beautiful cities of the region. Slip into serenity as you stroll around Changu Lake and take in the view of picturesque hills. Get amazed by the stories of the brave sepoy of the Indian Army on a visit to Baba Mandir. Wander around the natural forest in Pelling, a town set amidst the mountains. Get an introduction to the known attractions of Darjeeling and return with countless memories.

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Gangtok(2N) | Pelling(1N) | Darjeeling(2N)
Spend a holiday relaxing and experiencing the various cities of North East - Gangtok, Pelling, and Darjeeling. Feel the butterflies fluttering in your stomach as you see the splendid view of the lush hills from Tashi View Point. Cool off by exploring and strolling around the picturesque Rimbi Waterfall and Kanchenjunga Falls in Peeling. Watch the first rays of the sun puncturing through the clouds over Mt. Kanchenjunga from Tiger Hill and seek blessings at the Ghoom Monastery in Darjeeling.

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Gangtok(2N) | Darjeeling(2N)

For 4 nights, go on a blissful trip to the enchanting lands of Gangtok and Darjeeling. Marvel at the sight of the Changu Lake in Gangtok, where it is believed monks in olden times would look at the color of the water to forecast the future. When in Darjeeling, witness the best sunrise you will ever experience at Tiger Hill, overlooking Mount Everest. Spend an adventurous time at Tenzing Rock, popular for rock climbing and named after well-known mountaineer Tenzing Norgay.

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Darjeeling(2N) | Gangtok(3N)

On a lookout for a perfect trip to North East? Then this package to Darjeeling and Gangtok promises an ultimate holiday to you. The stay in Darjeeling will allow you to witness a lot many experiences. Not just the iconic sunrise from the Tiger Hill but also you will get an opportunity to see the Red Panda at Zoological Park. Embark on a drive to Gangtok and know more about Buddhism on a visit to Namgyal Institute of Tibetology. Changu Lake is worth a visit to admire the snow-capped mountains.

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Darjeeling(3N) | Gangtok(3N)
If your idea of holidaying involves spending time amidst snow-capped mountains, lush forests and friendly people, then you should head to the North East. Witness the natural splendours and know about the mystical Buddhist culture as you unfold the attractions of Darjeeling. Revel in the charm of Gangtok as you acquaint yourself with its known attractions like Tibetan Refugee Centre, Peace Pagoda, Rumtek Monastery, etc. Time spent at Tea Estate and Bakthang Falls will be a treat for the senses.

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    Frequently Asked Questions about Darjeeling Packages


    Q) How is the road from Bagdogra to Darjeeling?

    A: Bagdogra is the nearest airport to Darjeeling. The route from Bagdogra to Darjeeling is a hilly drive of about 95 km, with some small curves, but the road is in good condition. The drive can be covered easily in about 3 hours.

    Q) How many days are enough for Darjeeling?

    A: You can easily cover all the important Darjeeling tourist places, as well as excursions to Mirik and a visit to a tea estate, in a stay of 2 or 3 days.

    Q) What should I wear in Darjeeling?

    A: You should pack clothes according to the Darjeeling weather. Here are some suggestions on what to wear as per the Darjeeling temperature and weather –

    If you are visiting in March – April, the days will be pleasant but mornings and evenings could be chilly. Carry leg-covering clothing like jeans and trousers, or salwars, along with shoes and socks. Carry a windcheater, 2-3 light woolens and a shawl. If you plan to go out for dinner, then you could pack a cap or muffler too. For a trip during the months of October and November, you should expect the Darjeeling weather to be similar to that of March-April and pack accordingly. Later in November the town can get a lot colder so add a few more woolens.

    During the summer months of May and June, Darjeeling temperature will be warm and you can dress light during the day with shorts, T shirts, capris, jeans etc. But do pack something woolen for the evening, like a jacket or sweater. Also carry shoes in case you plan to walk around and do excursions. You should pack similarly for travelling during the monsoon (July to September), but add rain wear and perhaps a windcheater.

    If you are travelling to Darjeeling in winter (December to February), expect the Darjeeling temperate to range between 10 degrees and 0 degrees. Pack heavy woolens, thermals, woolen cap, gloves, etc.

    Q) What is Darjeeling famous for?

    A: Darjeeling is most famous for its narrow gauge Toy Train, known formally as the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, and of course for the world famous Darjeeling tea that is grown here.

    Q) What should I buy in Darjeeling?

    A: You can bring back a lot of souvenirs and purchases from Darjeeling, such as different kinds of Darjeeling tea, woolen items like shawls, scarves, hats, and jackets, Tibetan products and handicrafts, etc. Book lovers can also buy books from the Oxford Bookstore in Darjeeling.

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