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9 Best Hill Stations Near Kolkata, India: A Helpful Guide (UPDATED 2024)

If you’re looking for a change of scenery – or want to escape the summer heat and humidity – head to one of the hill stations near Kolkata.

These stunning places offer incredible scenery, cool and clean air, and plenty of outdoor activities to keep you busy. The diverse range of natural beauty on offer in North-East India is simply out of this world.

From towering snow-capped mountains with crystal clear rivers and waterfalls to lush green tea plantations and temperate rainforests, you’ll find all this here and much more.

Best Hill Stations Near Kolkata

Today, I’m excited to share my pick of the best hill stations to visit near Kolkata. This comprehensive guide highlights the key attractions and activities, and some travel tips, for each place.

I’ve been to most of these destinations myself and have incorporated the advice and recommendations of some local friends for the rest.

Most of them are located in the state of West Bengal. A couple are slightly further afield, though are still fairly straightforward to reach.

All would make a perfect side trip, whether you live in Kolkata or are simply passing through.


1. Darjeeling

Darjeeling is one of the most popular hill stations in India.

Situated at an altitude of approximately 2,000 metres, the town offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas.

View over Darjeeling in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas with snow covered peaks in the distance

Darjeeling has long been a popular holiday destination, both among Indians and international tourists. It has a range of facilities, restaurants and accommodation options to suit all budgets.

This picturesque town is famous for its tea plantations and wonderful natural setting. If you’re looking to do some hiking or trekking, Darjeeling is also a great place to base yourself.

As well as a number of hiking trails in the nearby Singalila National Park, Darjeeling is also a good place to organise a guide and the necessary permits to go trekking in the stunning North-East state of Sikkim.

This is really awesome and I’d wholeheartedly recommend it!

If you’re looking for a peaceful and scenic getaway, Darjeeling is definitely worth a visit.

Where to stay in Darjeeling: 

Things to see and do in Darjeeling

  • Watch the sunrise over the mighty Himalayas from Tiger Hill: After waiting patiently in the dark, the first rays of early morning sunlight begin to illuminate the surrounding peaks – including Kangchenjunga (the world’s third-tallest mountain), and, in the far distance, Mount Everest.
  • The mountains then turn from pink to orange, to glistening white. This experience really took my breath away, it’s simply magical. Get there early to secure a good vantage point.
  • Click here to book a private driver to take you to Tiger Hill in time to catch the sunrise.

The first rays of light at sunrise illuminating the snowy peaks of Kangchenjunga mountain as viewed from Tiger Hill near Darjeeling

  • Take a ride on the iconic Toy Train: The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (AKA the “Toy Train”, or “DHR”) is a narrow-gauge railway that runs between New Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling.
  • You can either travel the whole way or do a smaller section of the route (called the “Batasia Loop”) as a round-trip from Darjeeling. It’s been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and riding on it is a fantastic experience!  Click here to book tickets.
  • Explore the Ghum Monastery: The Ghum Monastery is one of the largest monasteries in India and is home to over 700 monks. It’s well worth spending an hour or two exploring the monastery grounds and learning about the Buddhist way of life.
  • Stroll around Observatory Hill: Observatory Hill is one of the best places to get a panoramic view of Darjeeling. It’s also home to the Mahakal Temple, which is a popular Hindu shrine.
  • Visit the Peace Pagoda: The Peace Pagoda was built in 1972 by the Nipponzan-Myohoji Buddhist order. It’s a beautiful spot for some quiet contemplation and offers great views of Darjeeling.
  • Explore the tea plantations: Darjeeling is famous for its tea and there are many working plantations that you can visit. Many of these offer guided tours, so you can learn all about the process of growing and producing tea.

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How to get to Darjeeling

If you’re looking to visit Darjeeling from Kolkata, there are two main ways to get there.

  • By Train: The nearest major railway station to Darjeeling is New Jalpaiguri Junction (NJP). Long-distance trains (including overnight sleeper trains) travel here from cities all over India.
  • From Kolkata, the journey takes between 8-12 hours, depending on the service. Once you get to NJP, you need to take a taxi, bus or shared jeep to get to Darjeeling. This takes 3-4 hours, as the mountainous roads are steep and winding.
  • By Air: Bagdogra Airport serves the area around Darjeeling. Several domestic airlines fly here daily from various places around the country, including Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai and Bangalore.
  • Bagdogra is fairly close to NJP railway station, and it takes a similar amount of time to get from here to Darjeeling (3-4 hours, by taxi, bus, or shared jeep).

Note: The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (Toy Train) also travels from NJP station to Darjeeling. This is a much longer option, taking 6-8 hours (assuming it doesn’t break down en route, as happens periodically…!).

But if you have the time, this train journey is one of the most scenic in the world.

Alternatively, click here to book a private transfer from Bagdogra Airport direct to your accommodation in Darjeeling.

2. Kalimpong

Kalimpong is another stunning hill station in West Bengal. It is set on a ridge at an altitude of 1,250 metres and offers spectacular views of the Himalayas.

Although slightly quieter and less busy than Darjeeling, the town is still well geared up for tourism. There’s a good range of accommodation options here, from simple budget guesthouses all the way up to exclusive luxury hotels.

Lush greenery and an old colonial house in Kalimpong

Kalimpong is surrounded by emerald-green hills, with a backdrop of magnificent snowy peaks. The town itself is home to some beautiful monasteries and temples, as well as markets selling traditional handicrafts.

Where to stay in Kalimpong: Tenam Garden Farmstay

Things to see and do in Kalimpong

  • Visit the Lepcha Museum: The Lepcha Museum is a great place to learn about the history and culture of the Lepcha people, an indigenous tribe that lives in this area. It’s a small but fascinating museum, and well worth a visit.
  • Stroll around Rishi Bankim Chandra Park: Rishi Bankim Chandra Park is a beautiful park with manicured gardens, fountains, and a small lake. It’s a great place to relax and take in the views of Kalimpong.
  • Visit the Zong Dong Palri Fo Brang Gompa: The Zong Dong Palri Fo Brang Gompa is one of the most important Buddhist temples in Kalimpong. It’s a beautiful building, with intricate paintings and sculptures.
  • Explore Deolo Hill: At an altitude of 1,780 metres, Deolo Hill is the highest point in Kalimpong. There’s a small temple and a few other attractions (including a paragliding school) at the top, but the main draw is definitely the panoramic views of the mountains and valleys below.
  • Durpin Dara Hill: The Durpin Dara Hill offers some of the best views in Kalimpong. You can hike to the top, which is well worth the effort. This is a lovely place for a picnic or just to relax and take in the scenery.
  • Stroll around Lava: Lava is a small town located about an hour away from Kalimpong by car. It’s a popular spot for hiking and there are several Buddhist monasteries in the area.
  • Neora Valley National Park: The Neora National Park is home to an incredible variety of plants and animals, and is a wonderful place to visit, especially if you’re interested in nature photography. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a rare red panda!


How to get to Kalimpong

Kalimpong is located about 80 kilometres from Siliguri, which is the nearest major town. To get to Siliguri, you can either take the train to New Jalpaiguri Junction (NJP), or fly to Bagdogra (see above section on Darjeeling).

The best way to get from Siliguri to Kalimpong is by shared jeep. These tend to hang around outside both NJP and Bagdogra airports, so it’s easy to organise a ride once you arrive.

The journey takes about three hours and is quite scenic, as you wind your way up into the mountains.

You can also take a bus from Siliguri, but this is a slower option and takes at least four hours.

Alternatively, if you’re coming from Darjeeling, there are buses and shared jeeps that make the journey in about two hours.

It’s also possible to visit Kalimpong as part of a guided tour day trip from Darjeeling. Click here for more information and to book.

3. Kurseong

Kurseong means “The Land of White Orchids” in the Lepcha language. The town, which lies at 1,450 metres above sea level, was given this name on account of a rare type of orchid that only grows at this altitude.


Kurseong is sometimes also referred to as the Land of Glorious Sunsets, due to the incredible view out to the mountains in the west from here.

The town has a pleasant climate throughout the year. It’s home to some beautiful colonial-era buildings, as well as a number of monasteries and temples. There are also several scenic hiking trails in the area.

Where to stay in Kurseong: The River View Homestay

Things to see and do in Kurseong

  • Visit the Dara Hills: The Dara Hills offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. There are a number of excellent hiking trails in the area – head to the tourist information lodge in the centre of the town for more information.
  • Eagle’s Crag: Walk up to Eagle’s Crag, for stunning panoramic views of Kurseong and the surrounding Himalayan foothills, with glistening white peaks in the distance.
  • Take a tour of the Makai Bari Tea Gardens: One of the most famous tea estates in India, Makai Bari produces some of the best quality and most expensive teas in the world.
  • You can take a guided tour of the factory, learn about the production of this world-famous export, and taste and buy some tea for yourself.
  • Learn about the history of the area at the DHR Archive: The DHR Archive is a must-visit for anyone interested in the history of Kurseong and the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.
  • The archive contains an extensive collection of documents, photographs, and artefacts relating to the construction of this engineering marvel.
The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway links several of the hill stations near Kolkata

How to get to Kurseong

Kurseong is located approximately halfway between Siliguri and Darjeeling.

Coming from Kolkata, most people either choose to fly to Bagdogra or take the train to New Jalpaiguri (NJP). From either of these places, it takes about 2 hours to travel up to Kurseong by taxi, shared jeep or bus.

If you’re already in Darjeeling, it’s easy to arrange transport to Kurseong, whether by private transfer, taxi, bus or shared jeep.

Alternatively, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (Toy Train) which travels from NJP station to Darjeeling also stops at Kurseong, so you can use this to make the final leg of the journey, coming from either direction.

This takes longer than travelling by road but is extremely scenic and well worth it.

4. Mirik

Mirik is another small town in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal. It’s located a mere few kilometres from the border with Nepal, and lies at an altitude of 1,770 metres, on the shores of a beautiful mountain lake.

Man leaning against a tree next to the lake at Mirik with colourful buildings on the far shore

This is one of the more off-the-beaten-track hill stations near Kolkata. It’s much quieter and less touristy than most of the other, larger destinations in this guide.

As a result, accommodation options here are a little more limited, but you still shouldn’t struggle to find somewhere comfortable to stay.

Mirik is one of my favourite hill stations in North-East India. It has a very quaint, relaxed vibe, and is a perfect place to come and escape from it all. Its peaceful lakeside location is also really stunning.

Where to stay in Mirik: Tridevi Home Stay

Things to see and do in Mirik

  • Sumendu Lake: The obvious standout feature of Mirik is Sumendu Lake (also known as Mirik Lake), on the shores of which the town is built. It’s extremely scenic, and tranquil, and is a lovely spot for a picnic or a leisurely stroll.
  • There’s also a place where you can hire little boats if you fancy getting out on the water.
  • Visit a monastery: The area around Mirik is home to several monasteries, including the Bokar Ngedon Chokhor Ling, where you can watch Buddhist monks performing rituals and ceremonies.
  • Hike in the nearby hills: There are a number of scenic hiking trails in the Mirik area, perfect for getting some fresh air and enjoying the wonderful mountain views.

Hiking trail through the forest in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas

How to get to Mirik

Mirik is about 50 kilometres north-west of Siliguri, which is accessible either via Bagdogra airport or NJP station (see above).

Once you get to Siliguri, you can take a taxi, bus or shared jeep up to Mirik, which takes about 2 hours.

5. Gangtok

Okay, so Gangtok is a little further from Kolkata than some of the other places in this guide, but it’s still an amazing place to visit and worth including.


The capital of the tiny, mountainous North-East Indian state of Sikkim, Gangtok is a picturesque city that was established by Buddhist pilgrims in the 1840s.

Gangtok (along with the rest of Sikkim) only became a part of India in 1975. It remains an important centre for Tibetan Buddhism and culture today.

Home to large Tibetan and Nepalese populations, Gangtok is full of Buddhist temples and monasteries. The whole place feels much more like the neighbouring countries of Nepal and Bhutan than the rest of India.

It’s a really unique, fascinating place to visit – I’ve never been anywhere else quite like it.

Where to stay in Gangtok: 

Things to see and do in Gangtok

  • See the Do Drul Chorten: The Do Drul Chorten is a beautiful Buddhist stupa on the edge of Gangtok that was built in 1945. It’s surrounded by 108 prayer wheels, which you can spin as you walk around the stupa.
  • Explore the Rumtek Monastery: The Rumtek Monastery is one of the most important Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in the world. It’s also home to the largest statue of the Buddha in Sikkim.
  • Take a cable car ride: Gangtok is located at a high altitude, so taking a cable car ride is a great way to get around and avoid getting too tired! The views from the cable car are also stunning.

How to get to Gangtok

Gangtok is located about 500 kilometres from Kolkata. Until 2018, the only way to reach the city from the rest of India was via a very long, winding drive across the mountains from either Siliguri or Darjeeling.

Red shared taxi driving along a road in rural Sikkim under a cloudy sky

However, today you can fly here directly from Kolkata (and Delhi) with SpiceJet. Pakyong Airport is one of the highest airports in India, and one of the most scenic in the world.

Flights are generally fairly affordable, although bear in mind that schedules can sometimes be disrupted due to bad weather in the mountains.

I use – and recommend – Aviasales to find the best deals on flights.  Their search engine is really easy to use and often picks up on promotions and discounted fares that are missed by other comparison sites.

You can search across a range of dates, and it suggests the best dates and times for you.

Alternatively, click here to book a private road transfer between Gangtok and Bagdogra.

6. Shillong

Another hill station that’s a little further away from Kolkata… Despite being in the northeast state of Meghalaya, I included Shillong here because it’s actually very easy to reach from Kolkata.

Shillong is often referred to as “The Scotland of the East” because of its rolling hills and misty weather. It’s the capital of Meghalaya state and is home to several interesting tribal communities, such as the Khasi people.

The city has a laid-back, small-town feel, and is a great place to base yourself when exploring more of this fascinating region.

Where to stay in Shillong: Casa Encanto Homestay

Things to see and do in Shillong

  • Visit the Elephant Falls: The Elephant Falls are a series of waterfalls located just outside the city centre. They’re a popular spot for picnics and there are several hiking trails in the area.
  • Hike to the top of Shillong Peak: Shillong Peak is the highest point in Meghalaya and offers stunning views of the surrounding emerald hills and countryside.
  • Explore Mawlynnong Village: Mawlynnong Village, close to the border with Bangladesh, is often called the “cleanest village in Asia”, or “God’s Own Garden”.
  • It’s inhabited mostly by the Khasi tribe, a matriarchal society that’s believed to have a 100% literacy rate.
  • Marvel at the Living Root Bridges: You need to see these incredible bridges in and around Mawlynnong to believe them. Made by joining the roots of enormous rubber trees, and used to cross the river, some are over 100 years old.


  • Try the local cuisine: Meghalaya food is unique and delicious.
  • It features simple, locally-produced ingredients, including fresh bamboo, peppers, smoked banana flowers, soybeans, local spices, sometimes with fish or meat, and plenty of chilli to give it a kick.

How to get to Shillong

There’s at least one direct flight per day from Kolkata to Shillong, and the fares tend to be relatively affordable. The flight takes about two hours.

Check Aviasales to find the best value fares.

Alternatively, you can take an express train from Kolkata to Guwahati and then a bus or shared jeep from there to Shillong. Just bear in mind that, in total, this journey will take at least 24 hours.

There are also a number of long-distance buses that operate between Kolkata and Shillong, but these can be quite uncomfortable and I wouldn’t recommend them unless you’re on a very tight budget.

7. Sandakphu

Sandakphu is a tiny village perched at the top of Sandakphu Mountain, the highest peak in West Bengal (3,636 metres above sea level).

It lies on the border between India and Nepal and offers incredible views of the snow-capped Himalayas. In fact, from here you can see 4 of the 5 tallest peaks in the world: Mount Everest, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, and Lhotse.


Located on the edge of Singalila National Park, the village has a few hotels but remains very unspoilt. Sandakphu is a perfect destination for trekkers and nature lovers alike.

With its jaw-dropping vistas, pristine forests, and lush greenery, Sandakphu an incredibly beautiful hill station. It’s also the highest point in the Singalila Ridge which runs along the border between Nepal and India.

Where to stay in Sandakphu: Sandakphu Chandu Homestay

Things to see and do in Sandakphu

  • Singalila Ridge Trek: This is one of the most popular and best treks in the Eastern Himalayas. It runs through Sandakphu and several other villages, offering incredible views of the snow-capped peaks.
  • The 6-day trek typically starts from Manebhanjan, which is about an hour from Darjeeling by road.
  • Other walks and hikes: If you fancy something a little shorter and easier, there are several other trails in the area that take you through lush forests, meadows filled with wildflowers, and traditional Himalayan mountain villages.
  • Visit Phalut: Located on the other end of the Singalila Ridge, Phalut is another spectacular viewpoint. It offers stunning views of the Himalayas, including Mount Kanchenjunga and Mount Everest.
  • Explore the Singalila National Park: This park is home to some of the most diverse flora and fauna in the region.
  • As well as trekking, it’s also a great spot for bird watching, with an amazing number of different species living here, including eagles, blood pheasants, redstarts, and flycatchers.
  • Enjoy the views from Tonglu viewpoint (or Gombu Rock): Both of these viewpoints offer spectacular panoramic views of the valley below.
  • Paragliding: Throwing yourself off a steep Himalayan slope and soaring with the eagles is an unforgettable experience that will stay with you forever.
  • Visit Gurdum: Gurdum is a small village located in the valley below Sandakphu. It’s home to several monasteries and offers (yet more) stunning views.

View from the edge of Sandakphu Hill Station with snow covered Himalayan peaks in the distance

How to get to Sandakphu

The best way to get to Sandakphu is by taking a jeep or shared taxi from Darjeeling to Manebhanjan and then trekking.

Alternatively, you can take a shared jeep from Siliguri to Sandakphu. The journey takes around five hours and passes through some incredible scenery.

8. Lolegaon

Lolegaon is another small hill station, situated at an elevation of 1,675 metres above sea level. The area is well known for its pristine natural beauty, abundant wildlife, and picturesque tea gardens.

There are a few hotels, guesthouses, and homestays in and around Lolegaon. However, it’s definitely one of the quietest, most offbeat spots on this list.

Overall, Lolegaon is a great place if you’re looking to escape the other tourists.

Where to stay in Lolegaon: Resort Tree-Fern

Things to see and do in Lolegaon

  • Canopy walk: A short walk from the centre of the village you’ll find a series of hanging bridges that run from tree to tree inside a forest of fir, birch, oak, and cypress trees.
  • The whole thing is 180 metres long and is a fantastic way to gain a different perspective of the thick forest and jungle.
  • Relax in the Eco Park: In the middle of the village lies a pleasant and well-maintained park with a rock garden, plenty of walkways, and benches. It’s a peaceful place and a lovely spot to relax and enjoy the views.
  • Sunrise over Kangchenjunga: Set your alarm early and head to one of the village’s high points before sunrise for an incredible sight. As the sun starts to rise, it paints Kangchenjunga shades of pink, purple, and orange.
  • It’s an amazing way to start your day and definitely worth the early start. (It’s much less busy than Tiger Hill too!)
  • Visit the tea estates: There are several lush green tea gardens located close to Lolegaon. Here you can sample the delicious organic local teas along with local delicacies like momos (dumplings).
  • You can also buy a variety of different types of tea grown in the area, including green tea, oolong tea, black tea, and white tea. These make great souvenirs and gifts.
  • Stargazing: On clear nights, you can enjoy an incredible view of the night sky from Lolegaon due to the clean, thin air and lack of light pollution.
  • I highly recommend trying to catch sight of this when you’re there – it’s really magical. There’s also an observatory nearby which is open to the public.
  • Visit Neora Valley National Park: Take a jeep safari into the nearby Neora Valley National Park. Here you will have the opportunity to spot rare animals like red pandas and snow leopards in their natural habitat.
  • Trekking: There are several short and long treks in the area that you can tackle depending on your level of fitness and experience.
  • From leisurely afternoon walks through lush green forests to challenging longer treks to the top of nearby peaks, there are plenty of trails to explore.

How to get to Lolegaon

Old jeep driving along a Himalayan mountain road in West Bengal on the way to the hill stations

The easiest way to reach Lolegaon is to take a taxi or shared jeep from Kalimpong, which is about 45 kilometres away.

9. Rimbick

Rimbick is another picturesque hill station in West Bengal. Lying at almost 2,300 metres above sea level, Rimbick offers stunning views of the Himalayas and the surrounding forested hills.

There aren’t as many tourist attractions in Rimbick as compared with some of the other places mentioned in this guide. It’s pretty small and remote, but that’s part of the charm.

If you want to truly de-connect and unwind surrounded by unbeatable natural beauty, this place would be a good bet.

Where to stay in Rimbick: Nanglo Rimbick FarmStay

Things to see and do in Rimbick

  • Trekking: Rimbick is located in Singalila National Park, not far from Sandakphu (see above). There are many stunning trails for trekking and hiking nearby, including the famous Singalila Ridge trek.
  • You can also hike from Rimbick to Sandakphu (or vice versa), which takes 4-5 hours and means you can spend time enjoying both places.
  • Enjoy the views: Besides trekking, one of the best things to do in Rimbick is simply to settle in somewhere comfortable (ideally with a cup of fresh local tea and a good book) and just enjoy being there. I’d be there right now if I could.


How to get to Rimbick

Rimbick is one of the more remote hill stations in this guide. To get there, you can either take a shared jeep from one of the larger places in the area (like Darjeeling), or hike there from Sandakphy (roughly 10 kilometres).

Best Time To Visit Hill Stations In Northeast India

The best time to visit these hill stations is from April to June.

The weather is usually warm and sunny during these months, humidity is low and it doesn’t rain much, making it the perfect time to explore and enjoy the spectacular natural surroundings.

However, these months also receive the largest number of visitors, and accommodation can become booked up in advance, especially in the most popular hill stations such as Darjeeling and Kalimpong.

The monsoon season lasts from July until September and is characterized by heavy rains which can cause flooding, landslides, and significant travel disruption.


It’s still perfectly possible to visit these places during the monsoon.

All that extra rainfall helps make the place look even more lush and green. Hotels often drop their prices significantly, you can usually pick up excellent-value deals, and the crowds will be virtually non-existent.

However, you should be prepared for lots of rain, and your travel plans should be flexible.

Tours And Guided Trips

All of the places described in this post can be visited independently without too much trouble. However, the easiest way to see the highlights of this stunning corner of the country is to join a guided tour.

There are many different tours to choose from.

Some are short day trips with guides, others are multi-day (or even multi-week) trips where all of your transport and accommodation is taken care of. It’s up to you what style of trip appeals to you most.

You can browse through and book some of the most highly-rated tours on Viator.

Or, take a look at some of these options:

Final Thoughts

All of these destinations offer stunning scenery and plenty of things to see and do. So if you’re looking for a relaxing getaway in beautiful surroundings, be sure to check out one of these hill stations.

I hope you found this guide helpful, and that you have a great time exploring these beautiful places.


Are there any other places you think I ought to include on this list? Let me know in the comments below!

Check out some of my other posts on India, including:

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