Experience Darjeeling the complete local way. We take you around this beautiful hill station, covering some of the popular tourist spots and the lesser known streets. There will be someone with you to guide around the town and give you the ocassional trivia. You can see Darjeeling from a local’s eye, eat at the joints recommended by locals, have your tea at the tiny local shops…..get to meet the locals and know the culture a bit. The tour starts at 10 am and the complete walk ends by 5pm. However, we customise the tours according to your needs and your fondness for walking.
Darjeeling has a combination of secnic beauty, adventure sports and religious spots. So the local sight seeing points cover a ropeway ride, which passes through tea gardens; the Zoo, which is in reality is a breeding centre for endangered Himalayan wildlife, the main attraction of the place being the red panda; the himalayan mountaineering institute, which is also the final resting place for Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, who was part of the first successful Mt. Everest Expedition; the Tenzing rock, where one can try their hands at rock climbing; see the sunrise at Tiger hills, the highest point in Darjeeling, which offers breathtaking view of the Kanchenjunga range, the Mt.Everest range, the hills of Nepal, Sikkim and China from a single place; the Japanese temple, which has a beautiful world peace pagoda, and the Dali monastery, the biggest monastery in Darjeeing, houses about 350 Tibetan monks. We arrange all local sight seeing tours.
Day Picnic and Rafting Trip
Situated approximately 32 kilometres from Darjeeling is the Teesta river. This beautiful Himalayan river is a hub for white water river rafting. The drive to Teesta alone is very scenic and one can stop over at Lamahatta eco tourism park, known for its virgin conifer forest. We can arrange for a picnic basket for you that you can enjoy by the river side after your rafting.
Declared as UNESCO World Heritage, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is really something else. This narrow gauge toy train slowly makes its way through the town and goes till Ghoom and through the Batasia War memorial. The ride is for 2 hours and gives you the secenic view of Darjeeling at its own pace.
Learn some our local delicacies through our chef. Our guests have thoroughly enjoyed learning some of the local specialities and a few of them also have added their own twist to it, in return teaching us a bit of their culinary heritage. Our kitchen is open to food enthusiasts who want to have some fun cooking and sharing.