Shoja Retreat



Shoja Retreat is the best relief for people who want to spend their holiday amidst the natural vegetation in Shimla.

The whole retreat is made up of cedar woods and encircled by deep evergreen forests. The Shoja Retreat at Shimla extends you the largest and beautiful pictures of the whole valley and the ice capped mountain peaks. Best time to visit Shoja Retreat is from April till October when the climate is pleasant.

Location : Shoja Retreat of Shimla is a small village situated 5 kms from the Jalori Pass which links Shimla with Kullu Districts.

Rooms and Services : At Shoja Retreat in Shimla you can check into any of the five double bedrooms or two suites with attached bathrooms which have 24 hour water supply. All the rooms are very well decorated and contain all the basic items required by the guests.

Fooding : Shimla's Shoja Retreat has an in house food joint which offers you various mouth watering cuisines.

Must See Places : Shimla Shoja Retreat is surrounded by :
  • Serolsar Lake : It lies 5 kms away from the Jalori Pass on the other side of the dense oak woods.

  • Raghupur Fort : The fort is wretched now and its remains has become the tourist spot. Its just 6 kms from the Shoja Retreat.

  • Waterfall Point : This is the best place to enjoy the morning glory of Shoja Retreat which is just a kilometer away.

  • Tirthan valley : If you want to go for fishing, then this is the right place which is just 30 kms away from Shoja Retreat.


Last Updated on : 29/05/2013

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