10. Happy Valley Tea Garden: Generally, cab drivers or travel agencies do not include Happy Valley Tea Garden in their itinerary. Though, a visit to outer view of a small tea garden is included, but it's not worth. An outer view of a tea garden doesn't justify a trip to Darjeeling, the thing it is known for. I asked my driver for a paid visit to Happy Valley Tea Garden, to which he agreed. Remember, always take a guided tour at Happy Valley. I asked for the same and they charged me some guide fee along with a entry ticket, which was justified. I was quite impressed the way guide took me on the guided tour of the tea processing plant. He explained me each and every bit of the equipment used in the plant along with steps of tea processing from 'plucking' to 'packing'. They produce many types of tea like green tea, white tea, black tea, yellow tea etc with slight difference in the processing, which is always good to know. Lastly, I got an opportunity to taste all the types of tea, with a different aroma they put in. Of course, you can buy some. Just after the guided tour, I couldn't wait and rushed to the tea garden in the backyard. There was no restriction at all, they don't stop you from entering deep into the garden, which was surrounded by green mountains with the crown of clouds.