Sarahan Retreat



Once a busy trade hub, Sarahan Retreat today is now a tourist spot for not only its natural grace but also because adventure sports is feasible here. The tourists have an added advantage of exploring the local markets and take back with them some memories of Shimla. Sarahan Retreat can be visited any time around the year.

Location : Sarahan Retreat is sited in a very beautiful locale set amidst the apple orchards in Sarahan from where you can have the gallant view of the Shrikhand Peak. Shimla is just 177 kms from Sarahan Retreat. You can take the National Highway 22 up to Jeori from where you can take up the road to Sarahan.

Rooms and Services : Sarahan Retreat consists of 6 double bedrooms and 3 suites furnished of teak with all modern facilities including attached bathrooms.

Must See Places : At Sarahan you must visit the following :
  • Bhimkali Temple Complex : Its one of the interesting place in Sarahan which contains remains of almost an acre of temples, old residential complexes, courtyards and a recent museum.

  • Gaura : This beautiful village is in fame for its delicious apples.

  • Darang Ghati : It takes only an hour and a half from Sarahan Retreat to reach this place which consists of some of the most wonderful sceneries.

  • Treks : You can enjoy trekking from Sarahan to Sangla from mid-April to mid-June and mid-September to mid-October.
Sarahan Retreat at Shimla is an uncommon place for tourism as you get sports, temple visits and shopping paradise at one place.



Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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