Shoghi Overview

A small town nestled at an elevation of 5700 feet, Shoghi stands as an epitome of beauty and grace. The town is 13 Km away from Shimla and boasts of mesmerizing views of Himalayan ranges. As you will usher into this ethereal destination, you will be greeted by the abundant plantations of Oak and rhododendrons, which add to its rustic charm.

To get a better view of its verdant surroundings, head to the Park Woods and explore some rare herb species or just devote some time to bird watching. The quaint town of Shoghi has also got its popularity for being the origin place of several fruit products including pickles, jellies, and syrups. So, if you are heading out on a shopping spree, don't forget to grab a bottle of freshly-prepared pickles to be savoured with the traditional Indian food.

Being home to numerous temples and religious spots, Shoghi also witnesses a huge influx of Hindu devotees all the year-round. Hanuman temple, Tara Devi temple, and Kali temple are some of its famous religious sites. If you wish to dive deeper into its religious significance, plan a visit to the Jakhoo Hills and discover some of the uncharted temples which are nestled over here since ages.

Apart from being a well-known religious site, Shoghi serves as a flourishing spot for adventure activities too. From hiking and nature walks to camping-there is almost no adventure sport that you can't enjoy at this scenic abode. Explore the enchanting town of Shoghi with our exclusive Himachal holiday packages and immerse yourself in its natural beauty and cultural richness.

Highlight of the place

  • Kandaghat
  • Tara Devi Temple
  • Hanuman Temple
  • Shoghi pickles & jams
  • Jakhoo Hills
  • Pabbar Valley

Best time to visit:

  • March to June & September to November.
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