The long weekend time has just passed allowing several travel seekers to fulfill their adrenaline rush across distinctive destinations. In this post-monsoon weather, hill stations appear to be best for explorers to witness amazing greenery, quaint atmosphere, and exhilarating vibe around.
In case you didn’t get off from work during the recently gone long travel weekend, then there is no need to feel despair. You can still plan your adventure in the hills ahead in the coming weekends and off to the breathtaking beauty of Himachal Pradesh.
Get ready to embark on a mesmerizing travel experience in the breathtaking outskirts of Shimla, specifically at Mashobra in the district of Himachal Pradesh. It is an enchanting looking, away from the hustle, and less crowded hill station in India that sits at a high altitude of 7700 feet above sea level. It’s a perfect destination to unwind in the close vicinity of nature, majestic hills, lush greenery, and enticing charm all around.
One of the best parts of visiting Mashobra during a weekend or any holiday season is finding the great mix of popular tourist places and several off-beat locations to explore. Thus, to give you an idea, we have enlisted some must-visit places to visit in Mashobra and create unforgettable travel memories ahead.
Best Places to Visit in Mashobra
Jakhu Temple: One of the finest places to visit in Mashobra is reaching an exciting height of 8,500 feet above sea level, where you find one of the oldest Lord Hanuman temples called Jakhu Temple. Strategically located around the lush green forest area and offering a panoramic view of the majestic valley, explorers need to cover the steep distance of 2 km to reach this temple. Another reason to include this place in your Mashobra travel itinerary is the majestic view of the complete Shivalik Mountains and the Sanjauli town from the temple’s complex area.
Chadwick Falls: Another best place to explore in Mashobra is the refreshing site called Chadwick Falls. Quite different from any other hillside waterfall area, this particular place features crystal clear water flowing all the way from the top to the stairs at the height of 86 meters. Around this waterfall area, you will be mesmerized by the presence of pine and deodar trees along with massive hills border around.
Mahasu Devta Temple: A kind of popular yet slightly off-beat place to visit in Mashobra is the rural area where resides the Mahasu Devta Temple that belongs to Lord Shiva. This temple is located on the rural side of Mashobra where people visit to experience the rustic nature around along with periodic traditional festivals that include dance, music, goat sacrifice, archery competition, and much more.
Tattapani River: As the name itself implies, it’s a popular river stream called Tattapani which is an integral part of Mashobra. It is the most favorable river hub of the hill station visited by several explorers all around the year. This popular place also featured hot water springs originating from the side part of the Satluj River.
Now, when it comes to exploring off-beat sites in Mashobra, there is no such particular area with a proper name. Still, there is flexibility on your part to explore the inside regions of Mashobra like villages, river areas, forest places, and much more to experience the other side of the hill stations. The best way to experience it all is to book your accommodation at one of the luxurious yet off-beat Mashobra resorts that must be close to the local vicinity, mountains, and on the top of the v valley.