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The enchanting town of Darjeeling, nestled amidst the Eastern Himalayas, is celebrated for its natural splendor and untarnished environs. Perched at an average elevation of 2,045 metres (6,709 ft) above sea level, this charming hamlet offers awe-inspiring vistas of the surrounding hills and valleys. Darjeeling is flanked by the easternmost province of Nepal to the west, the Kingdom of Bhutan to the east, the Indian state of Sikkim to the north, and the Tibet Autonomous Region of China to the far north. 


Darjeeling boasts a temperate subtropical highland climate, with an average annual precipitation of around 3,100 mm (120 in). The monsoon of South Asia brings about 80% of the total annual rainfall to Darjeeling, mostly between June and September. 

Best Time To Visit

The charming town of Darjeeling welcomes visitors with its pleasant weather that usually hovers around 25°C. It is undoubtedly the best time to embark on a journey to this picturesque destination. The summer months, spanning from April to June, offer the perfect climate for Darjeeling tourism. The lush greenery, coupled with the cool breeze and clear skies, creates an idyllic setting for outdoor activities. Visitors can enjoy the town's attractions, local cuisine, and breathtaking views during this time.

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