Honeymoon in Darjeeling

Known for scintillating beauty of evenly spread tea gardens, loftiest mountains, awe inspiring valleys and lush green botanical gardens, the magical land of Darjeeling is the perfect place for enjoying a beautiful honeymoon. In fact, it's the mesmerizing hill tops, toy train, decent monasteries and Buddhist influence that tends to attract newly wedded couples to take pleasure in an atmosphere that offers high-end holidaying option. This is the most well known hill station of West Bengal state that produces tastiest tea in the world and is also famous for numerous varieties in it. Besides tea gardens, Darjeeling has various other sight seeing options that would make the honeymoon in this hill station to be par excellence.

Tiger Hill: Standing tall at a height of 8482 ft, this towering mountain range has gained global acclaim for the fact that it offers excellent view of Kanchenjunga peak and also the Mt. Everest. From here, the couple can feast their eyes with panoramic view of valleys and rivers that have covered Darjeeling with the silken sheet.


Senchal Lake: It is considered to be an ideal picnic spot for newly wed couples because it adds five stars to their loveable start. In fact, this lake offers boating facilities that would enable the tourists to experience god's scenic creation with much closeness. It is the romantic feel that the couple can experience from visiting this lake.

Peace Pagoda: The Japanese Peace Pagoda was made by Nipponzan Myohoji, a Japanese Buddhist order. Located on the slopes of the Jalapahar Hill the pagoda can be accessed by foot or on taxi. Indeed, it is the highest free structure in the town that showcases the four avatars of the Buddha. It also provides a soulful experience to honeymooners.


Batasia Loop: The Batasia loop is located almost at a distance of 5 km from the town. It is a massive railway loop where the Toy Train happens to make a 360 Degree turn. It was essentially built to make it probable for the Toy Train to cut the deep mount. Tactically located, the Batasia Loop offers a breathtaking view of the Kanchenjunga Range, which would definitely give an opportunity to give way to affection for each other.

Chowrasta and Brabourne Park: Known as the heart of the town, Chowrasta has a cluster of shops and restaurants that would provide an ample opportunity for shopping the traditional souvenirs of Darjeeling and also to taste the town's lip smacking dishes. Attached to it is the Brabourne Park, which contains musical fountain. This would enable the honeymoon couple to sit amidst nature and enjoy the love of music.

Rock Garden and Ganga Maya Park: Sited 10 km from main town, Rock Garden and Ganga Maya Park has now modernized into a very striking picnic spot with natural water falls. The couples can enjoy splashing water on each other and take memorable photographs also. Park offers boating facilities and is gifted with great picturesque beauty.


Lloyd Botanical Gardens: It is the age old Botanical Garden having numerous varieties of flora and is celebrated for two alive fossils. It is positioned just below the Eden Sanatorium (Saheed Durga Mall District Hospital) on an open gradient having an area of about 40 acres. Lloyd Botanical Garden is open seven days a week, so the couple can take a deep look at the scientific nature of this garden.

Happy Valley Tea Garden: This tea garden is situated just one kilometer away from the main town and is present along 18 Lebong Cart Road (very near to the District Magistrate's Office). It offers tourist an invigorating ambience far from the noisy towns they have been living in. Honeymoon couples can immerse in the ambience of the tea garden and take a walk with hands held through the carpeted garden.


Padmaja Naidu Zoological Park: Established on the 14th of August, 1958, the zoo was devoted to the remembrance of Padmaja Naidu, former Governor of West Bengal. Known as one of the finest zoos in the country, it is the only place that has the breed of Tibetan wolf in internment. Breeding programs for the rare snow leopard, red panda and the Siberian tiger are also carried out. Honeymoon couples can take a look at the wildlife with interest and click pictures with them too.

Ghoom Monastery: Build in 1875 by Lama Sherab Gyatso, this olden monastery is said to have been consecrated by the prominent Tomo Geshe Rimpoche of Tibet. The attraction point of this monastery is that it has the statue of the 'Future Coming Buddha' known as Maitreye Buddha. The Monastery has also conserved some of the atypical handwritten Buddhist manuscripts.


Aloobari Monastery: Located on the Old Military Road usually known as the Aloobari road, the Mag-Dhog Yolmowa Buddhist Monastery was instituted by its, Ven. Sangay Lama, the head priest who formerly came from Nepal. The statues of Lord Buddha portraying different forms and the statue of Padma Sambhave at this religious place are dazzling. The painting on the wall is known to be made with the help of herbs and is a remarkable work of art.

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