Mori Tourism & Travel Guide

Arranged at a height of 1150 meters above the sea level, Mori is situated along the banks of Tons stream in the Jaunsar Bawar Region. Mori is the Gateway to Tons Valley, a remote region. Tons River is the greatest tributary of the Yamuna .Mori Hills give numerous lovely vistas and panoramic perspectives. The hill station itself is a lovely hill station with a wonderful cool atmosphere. Lush slopes, lavish green paddy fields, the Tons River, beautiful waterfalls, charming strolls, yellow mimosas and pine trees, lakes and so on make Mori one of the beautiful hill stations. The tallest pine woods in Asia are among the thickly populated timberland in Mori. One of the most important attractions in Mori, it is arranged on Tons River. Legend says that the Tons River was filled of the tears of the demoness Surpanakha. The Tons River offers a bold rafting campground lying on the course of Tons River and one can spent late evenings at the camping areas which are accessible on both side of the waterway.

Trips and Itineraries for Mori

Above: Found these golden words inscribed near Mori....

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Visit Pokhri, Mori and Auli and let adrenaline take you over....

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Weekend Getaways from Mori  

Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
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