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Every year, Shimla is inundated with tourists, yet nearby is a beautiful, tranquil place that is the pinnacle of beauty and is just waiting to be discovered. The small hill town of Shoghi, which is only 13 kilometres from Shimla, is surrounded by a wide diversity of flora and animals.

This small town has everything from charming old temples to heart-pounding activities and its renowned fruit-based products. Amazing weather all year long, excellent lodging options nearby, and the ideal environment for mental renewal all help to make your trip to this breathtaking location a dream come true.

Places to visit in Shoghi


On the road that runs between Kalka and Shimla, at a height of 4667 feet, sits the settlement of Kandaghat. You can get a glimpse into the area’s history in this quiet village.

Tara Devi Temple

Shoghi, sometimes referred to as the “city of temples,” is a location where one can unwind spiritually. On top of Tara Parvat, there is a temple that is thought to be 250 years old.

Hanuman Temple

For those with a particular preference for magnificent paintings and mythology, this ancient temple is the ideal location. This temple is devoted to Anjaneya, also known as Lord Hanuman, as the name suggests.

Viceregal Lodge, Shimla

Fans of history will adore it here. This six-story, Scottish Baronial-style building was completed in 1888.

Best time to visit Shoghi

If you want to explore the area, consider going there between March and June or September and November. These are the best months to visit this quirky little suburb’s natural beauty up close. The temperature range, which is between 15 and 27 degrees Celsius, is appropriate. June will likely have a few light rains, which will make for some lovely scenery. Make sure you have warm clothes on hand because winters can be rather cold.

Food of Shoghi

Shoghi primarily serves North Indian cuisine due to its location in North India. This small town doesn’t have many different eating establishments aside from casual and upscale dining establishments. Local dhabbas, however, might be better for your wallet and taste senses. From different kinds of breads including naan, roomali rotis, and stuffed parathans with raita to vegetables and drinks, they have it all.

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