Places To Visit In Shoja

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Here are the top 5 tourist attractions to see in Shoja:

1. Waterfall Point

Must visit 3.6 /5

52 km
from city center
1 out of 5
places to visit in Shoja

A long silent walk through the nature with gurgling sound of water can do wonder to your senses. At a mere distance of 1 Km from Shojha, the waterfall point is a magical journey that spellbinding and beautiful.

2. Jalori Pass

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40 km
from city center
2 out of 5
places to visit in Shoja

Jalori Pass is almost 80 Kms from Kullu and can be considered as a stunning place for trekking and picnic at an altitude of 3134 m above the sea level. One can create an everlasting memory, etched within their hearts, gearing up with their bag, lunch and gear and proper footwears to enjoy the stunning view of the great Himalayas with Dhauladhar stretched in a line peaking from far behind... as time flies

3. Serolsar Lake

3.1 /5

44 km
from city center
3 out of 5
places to visit in Shoja

Serolsar Lake, another major attraction of the village is located about 5 km from Jalori Pass. The lake has clear water which remains so despite of several leaves falling in to it.

4. Tirthan Valley, Shojha

Must visit 3.5 /5

51 km
from city center
4 out of 5
places to visit in Shoja

It is a place that will quench your thirst for amazing wildlife and fishing. Trithan valley is famous for housing the Great Himalayan National Park, the best spot for angling; several steps have been taken to protect the belt from undesirable impacts. The place is quite famous among the tourists.

5. Raghupur Fort

3.1 /5

40 km
from city center
5 out of 5
places to visit in Shoja

Raghupur Fort is a historic place which is believed to be built by Mandi rulers, to protect themselves from the invasion. Today, nothing much is left of it except the outer portion of the walls.

FAQs on Shoja

Can you suggest an itinerary for Shojha?

When you're planning a trip to Shoja, remember to keep aside your itinerary and just go with the flow, enjoy a relaxed holiday in the quietness of Himalayas. A two-day trip should be enough to explore Shojha, however, if you have more time on hand, you could go further to the Tirthan Valley for a trek.

Day 1: Wake up early to catch a glimpse of the rising sun painting the sky with morning colours. Gear up and go for a morning stroll in the village, find a roadside dhaba to get a hot cup of tea. Go back to your hotel, have your breakfast and pack for Tirthan valley. Here, you can trek and have a good time spotting species of plants and herbs. You can also try Trout fishing. If it's your first time, you might want to take a guide along who helps you arrange the gear and identify spots for fishing. You can also just relax and choose to enjoy the mesmerising view. In the latter half, you could head to the waterfall point. A small and easy trek leads here, the way up is a treat. After the long day, you can unwind here while dipping your feet in the water.

Day 2: Start early for Jalori Pass. You can drive up to a point and then trek upwards for about an hour and a half. This place is so beautiful that you will have a great time just by looking at its majestic beauty. 10800ft above sea level, the road which leads to the pass is known to be the bumpiest and hence is a striking challenge for adventure junkies. From the top, the panoramic view of the Himalayas is breathtakingly gorgeous. It is suggested you pack some food while heading forward because of the absence of shops around. Legends have it that this place has been mentioned in epics like Mahabharata and have interesting stories from the past.
Close to Jalori, you can head to the Serolsar Lake. The water of the lake is known for its clarity. It is said that one would never find a leaf floating on the lake despite so many trees lining its periphery. It is known for Budhi Naagin temple close by and the stories about her 100 sons who are the guardians of the place. 3 km from Jalori Pass, Raghupur fort is among popular tourist attractions of the village. While not much of the fort is left apart from outer walls, the way towards the fort with the great Himalayas in the backdrop, the way up is surrounded by rhododendrons and green oaks, making the effort for climbing the steep trek absolutely worth it.

How can I commute within Shojha?

Shojha is a small village where commuting is quite easy. Apart from walking and hiking, taxis are available to commute from one spot to another. But make sure you trip is well planned considering the fact that the winters here are almost freezing.
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