Located in Seraj Valley, Shoja is a small village in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It is 5 km away from the Jalori Pass which connects Shimla with Kullu District. Shoja lies about 2,368 metres above sea level. Visitors can get a view of the snow covered Himalayan ranges from this area.
Serolsar Lake which is 5 km away from Jalori Pass is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Shoja. The Waterfall Point is another spot worth visiting. Widely known for its robust metal road, the Jalori Pass connects this place to Shimla and other adjacent places like Sainj.
Located in the district of Kullu in the state of Himachal Pradesh, Shoja enjoys a climate which is similar to the other places nearby such as Manali and Kasol. The best time to visit Shoja is during the summer months and the monsoon months, that is, from April to October.
Shoja can be reached by air, train and road. The nearest airport to Shoja is at Bhuntar, which is 80 km away and the nearest railway station is at Jogindernagar which lies 164 km away. Buses to Shoja can be taken from the bus stand situated at Kullu which is connected with various cities like Shimla, Manali, Chandigarh and Amritsar.