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HISTORY AND CULTURE

The oak-and-pine hamlet of Mashobra, located in Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh, is widely regarded as one of North India’s most tranquil destinations. Significantly, Mashobra houses one of the two Presidential retreats in India, the other retreat being in Secunderabad. With its wooded landscape and snow-topped mountain crests, this quaint hill town serves as a part-time home to several well-known writers and artists.

 

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  • Fortune Select Cedar Trail
    Mashobra-Shimla

    Village Patangli (Tarapur), P.O. Mashobra, Shimla- 171007, Himachal Pradesh
    Tel : +(91)1772860300
    Fax : +(91)1772860300
    Email : cedartrail@fortunehotels.in

ATTRACTIONS & REVIEWS

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    TRAVEL TIPS

    • Take complete information about the places / restaurants that you would be visiting - to taste the traditional cuisines served in the restaurants.

    • Search for the government offices and other agencies for any help.

    • Respect the local culture and try to be polite to the residents.

    • Do visit the famous monuments, museums, parks and other historical structures which are located in the region.

    • Always consult a reliable travel agency which will provide you with a proper guide and help you conduct your tour with less hassle.

    • Respect the local traditions and try not to offend the people over there. People in Shimla or anywhere in India are fiercely protective of their religion and any threat to it is met with raging tempers.

    • Always carry copies of your passport, identity proof and other essential documents. You never know when you might need them.

    • Take care of your luggage and watch out for over friendly strangers. They may offer help in the sweetest manner and vanish with your baggage.