Darjeeling Mountain Railway – Famous Tourist trains in India 

Darjeeling Mountain Railway – Famous Tourist trains in India 

One of the impressive toy train journey in India after Kalka to Shimla Railway. It is the one that runs from Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling Mountain Railway. This Breathtaking journey offers you to the wide range of natural attractions. Scenic journey, when the route takes you on a series of landscapes, altitudes and climate changes. Jalpaiguri being a plain and Darjeeling, the hill station that serves the best tea in all of India. Prepare yourself for a trip hooded by the Himalayas, through tea gardens and forests and if you’re lucky and the skies are clear, you can spot the magnificent Kanchenjunga. The journey takes you as close as possible to the tea gardens where you can experience the mesmerizing smell of tea. An interesting thing to note about this train is that it runs on meter gauge and is also a proud UNESCO world heritage site since 1999.

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About DHR:

The Railway Line follows the Hill cart Road smae as NH 110. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (DHR) covers the major tourist destination in West Bengal. The Toy train Joyrides operates from Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. It take 2 hours from Darjeeling up to Ghum. Note that during the peak season, DHR is in rush. In this trip, travelers can cove Batasia Loop, Ghum. A trip to Darjeeling on this DHR train offers a wonderful experience. New Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling journey is the best option to experience the beautiful nature of West Bengal and Assam. New Jalpaiguri is a city located in the Indian state of West Bengal.

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Darjeeling Mountain Railway Route:

New Jalpaiguri, Siliguri Railway Station, Sukna Railway station, Rangtong railway station, Thindariya, Gayabari, mahanadi, Kurseong, Tung, Sonada, Rangbul, Jorebunglaw, Ghum, Batasia Loop, Darjeeling.

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