At around 3:45 AM, leave your room to take a drive up to Tiger Hill, at the height of 2440 meters. You drive past oak and magnolia forests. Tiger Hill is hailed for its magnificent and inspiring sight of sunset. The sunrays hit the highest peaks like the third highest peak of the world, Kanchenjunga. The sky gradually changes color and birds chirp as sun begins to set.
When done with Tiger Hill, return to your room for breakfast and refreshing. On your way to hotel, visit Ghoom Monastery, Batasia Loop and Peace Memorial. Ghoom Monastery was founded by Lama Sherab Gyatso in 1875. One of its star features is the 15-feet-high statue of Maitreya Buddha, which contains images of Chongapa and Chenrezi, disciples of Buddha. You can unwind in Batasia Loop and enjoy the sight of Darjeeling Himalayan Railway making its way through it. Pay homage in Peace Memorial in the vicinity.
Return to your room and get ready for second round of Darjeeling sightseeing, which consists of Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (Closed on Thursday), Padmaja Naidu Zoological Park, Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center (Closed on Sunday), Tensing Gumpo Rock, Ropeway, Tea Estate, Natural History Museum (Sunday Closed) and Peace Pagoda.
Witness the rich display of Tibetan culture in Tibetan Refugee Self Help Center, where you can buy beautiful artifacts, handlooms, handicrafts items, fabrics etc. Peace Pagoda was commissioned by Nchidatsu Fujii and dates back to 1971. The main aim behind its construction was unification of all religions, creed and races. It indeed is a symbol of love, peace and spirituality. Bengal Natural History Museum houses a collection of specimens of birds and other creatures. Specimen of Northern spotted owlet, Himalayan brown wood owls, pheasants, fly catchers, Northern brown fish owl, woodpeckers and others 800 specimens are put in display here.
You are free to spend your evening at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.