Completing this we visit the most interesting place the Himalayan zoological park and Mountaineering Institute. We see different mountain animals and the most beautiful red panda. The place in which the animals are live in the zoo is very natural and are also maintained some distance from human disturbances.This location also contained an Institute of trekking, it is actually a Museum. We gain brief knowledge about mountaineering expeditions on Himalaya including Everest. From here and complete our lunch in the HMI canteen. We spent near about 3 hours on this large campus.From this zoo, our next destination is a tea Estate which is not so far from the zoo.It is an amazing place. Nature decorates herself with the different shade of green.on the afternoon light the tea estate glow beautifully. we don't have so much time; we take photographs of this greenish mountain and breathe this green in our lung look for our next and end viewpoint that is Tenzing rock, another creativity of nature. Tenzing Norgay practice here for his aim.As the coldness is increasing, and it's the time of sunset, we come back to take our cab.I think it is the most well spent 25th December up to my life.
A Date With The Cutest Red Pandas At The ZooThe monsoons make for a fascinating time to visit a few more of Darjeeling's iconic places, including the Himalayan zoo. The animals can be found sprawled on the lawns, enjoying the scanty sunshine whenever possible.
Internationally recognised for successfully breeding Tibetan wolves, red Pandas and snow leopards. This zoo is specialised in in providing habitats for wildlife naturally adapted to Alpine conditions. Take time to learn about the indigenous creatures of eastern Himalayas by observing a vast collections of mammals , Birds and reptiles. The zoo shop sells items produced by members of the the local community. Plastic bottles are are not allowed inside the zoo but, drinking water and refreshment stands are are provided on site.
Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park is a 67.56-acre zoo in the town of Darjeeling in the Indian state of West Bengal. The zoo was opened in 1958, and an average elevation of 7,000 feet, is the largest high altitude zoo in India.
A beautiful zoo with red panda as its center of attraction