Mashobra is a captivating hill station in Himachal Pradesh, which can mesmerize anyone with its serene surroundings. During the early years, this was the place where people of Britain used to spend their leisure. The place was once the holiday destination for Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru (the first prime minister of India). The tiny hill station is an official abode of the Indian President as well. Every year, the President of India visits Mashobra and conducts official business with their dignitaries. Mashobra has earned many accolades from prominent people of the world because of its serenity and benevolent citizens.
The hidden hamlet of Shimla - Mashobra is quite a winsome placed. The narrow lanes, artistic architectures, charming churches, pious temples, murky jungles and historical heritages of the tiny hamlet spell magic. In the bygone era, the city even grabbed the eyeball of the Britons. A tourist can see the influence of the British establishment in the buildings of Mashobra. One such example of British architecture is the Wildflower Hall at Chharabra which was the former abode of Lord Kitchene (currently a property of the Oberoi Hotels & Resorts). Trekking, Paragliding, Pony rides, camping, and biking on the Barmain- Basantpur Road are some of the outdoor activities in Mashobra which tourist can enjoy.