Set at a comfortable location which is much higher than Mussoorie and it is neither too cold nor hot by any means. Set on the banks of the River Tons, at an altitude of 1,150 m or 3,770 ft. The gurgling river that flows besides makes for a pleasant stay because not many have experienced this togetherness. This is especially true when sleeping at night because of the constant noise of the flowing water.
Mori has the ideal setting to relax and unwind because of the breathtakingly beautiful surroundings and the countless adventure options which come along this package. The optimum temperature range of 10-25 degrees makes it an ideal place to just leave all tensions back home and enjoy the tranquil and serenity of this magical place.
Star-studded Night in Attendance
Away from pollution Mori boasts a clear atmosphere and in clear weather the star-studded nights is a treat not possible elsewhere. Imagine the pin drop silence, broken invariably by the flowing river nearby, pitch darkness and the million stars above transports you to heavenly bliss.
Walk a few hundred meters and visit ancient temples with beautiful architectural styles and rich cultural heritage. Multi-storied wooden houses which are a marvel by themselves and a plethora of natural pools and waterfalls and high altitude meadows (Bugyals) all add up to Mori’s charm.
Convenient Access Points
The proximity of big towns like Mussoorie and Shimla is another attraction for tourists traveling to this side of Uttaranchal. Those who visit one of these places make it a point to extend their vacations and spend a few nights here as well. Some tourists arrive from Shimla and then reach Mussoorie on their way back and thus get best of both worlds.
Large Swiss Cottage tents complete having big cots with bedding and quilts, and with attached washrooms. The tents are spacious and have ample of moving space within and complete with peep out windows. The tents stand on a raised platform which prevents rain water from flowing in.
Hiking and Trekking in the woods
White water rafting on the Tons River
Rope Activities including Burma Bridge
Swimming in Natural Pools
Tariff for 2N/3D
Rs 6,000 – 8,000 per person is charged depending on tent (superior or deluxe) and Rafting Trips.
Tariff includes charges for all activities and meals.
Staff keeps a strict watch for any eventuality on adventure activities, so you are in safe hands.
Guide charges for nearby trekking extra.
Please be aware that all activities are weather & time dependent. If weather turns adverse in-between, no refunds are admissible. Similarly after 6:00 pm, no activity will be allowed to continue.
How to Reach
Dehradun to Mori Camp
Tourists should reach Dehradun first either by Air (Jolly Grant Airport) or Railways (Dehradun Station) and then proceed to the camp using the following route. Being a hilly area, the time needed is approximately 6-7 hours from Dehradun.
Delhi - Meerut - Muzaffarnagar - Roorkee - Dehradun - Mussoorie - Nainbagh - Purola - Mori (Camp Mystic River)
Dehradun to Shimla
Dehradun - Paonta Sahib - Nahan - Solan – Shimla
The total distance here is around 270 kms.
Spend some time in darkness and watch the stars laden sky. One glance and you know what you missed in your city back home. You know the vastness and idea of your entity.
Before sleeping at night, keep quiet inside your tent and try listening to the night world. Hills have a different world of their own which comes alive only at night.
Hills are the best place to try low light photography. Dusk & dawns present ample opportunities no one should miss out.
There are no shops of any kind hence it is recommended to carry your own stock of drinks or smoking material.
Doctors are on panel and available when needed. However, you need to pay all incidental charges.
Though no animals have been spotted yet but you should avoid roaming outside alone, especially at night.
Try staying at least 2-3 days if possible. For full enjoyment and total relaxation and rejuvenation this is the apt period. Else all your energy will be wasted in arriving & departing only.
Many a time local villagers drop in to meet the visitors. Their children do come along trying to join in and have fun. Often these result in fruitful talks and laughter sessions. It is recommended not to shoo them away for mutual benefit.
Polythene bags are not allowed inside the campus. Please help us in keeping our environment and mountains clean.
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