Mori Retreat

Mori Retreat is one of the best Camping sites in Shimla. If you are an adventure sports lover or want to explore the nature then do visit this site which is surrounded by nature in all directions.

If you don't want to get adventurous, you can walk down through the woods of Deodar, Pine, Oak and other evergreen trees.

The cool breeze that blows across these woods intoxicates you with the fragrance of the soil, flowers and woods of the trees that it carries with it.

Location : Mori Retreat Shimla is 145 kms away from Shimla, 5.5 kms from Mori Village at an altitude of 3500 ft above sea level. You can use private cars or taxis to reach the place. The best time to visit it is between April to June.

Rooms and Services : Since its a camping site, Mori Retreat at Shimla offers you Basic Rafting tents with double beds. Dry-pit Toilets and Bathrooms are common amenities due to the nearness of the camp to the river Sutlej.

Must See Places : Mori Resort being a camping place is surrounded by many sightseeing places which can be visited. They include :

Mahasu Devta Temple : This is a temple in Hanol which is believed to exist since the Mahabharata days and belong to Bhim.

Hatkoti : This lies at the concourse of the Pabbar rivers and Bishkulti. There is a very famous temple known as Hateshwari temple. Mori Retreat of Shimla is the blend of fun, entertainment and learning experience.

Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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